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bartenderangel
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Horrible Condo Security Guards

Postby bartenderangel » Sat, 01 Oct 2016 12:19 am

Hey guys,

I've been living in this condo for a while (almost a decade) and it was great. The condo is the infamous Kimsia Court in the Orchard area. Despite it's flaws (rampant escorts, old, etc), I enjoyed calling this place home. While I loved the space and the proximity to pretty much everything, I noticed that in the past few months they have perhaps changed managements. They recently start to impose "new laws" such as:

1. No sort of servicing allowed on Sundays (I work Saturdays - it's hard to schedule these routine services).
2. No guest parking after midnight. The security guards threatened to charge my friend $100 an hour if he leaves his car parked past midnight.
3. Threatened my roommate to seize his keys because they are copied (which has never been a problem. Do you think the sex workers have the real copy???).
4. One time when I left my keys I kindly asked the security guards to help me open up the gate and they went on a 5 minute rant, screaming at me that they are not meant to "open doors". I am a law-abiding, tenant who have never caused anything wrong in this apartment. It's very disrespectful.

I feel like they have made my stay in this apartment from great to horrible within the span of a year. Aside from the ill-mannered security guards, there have been few instances where the whole building's electricity went off - or some electrical issues in my units. I'm already looking at other places to stay but I'm just wondering if there is someplace I can file a complaint to for this matter? I tried calling and emailing the management and they never reply (or "tai-chi'd" my calls to people who barely speak English). I'm looking for last resort here to see if there is something I can do to make me feel comfortable being at my own home again.

Thanks

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Re: Horrible Condo Security Guards

Postby taxico » Sat, 01 Oct 2016 2:30 pm

i suppose you can scrutinize the by-laws and see if you can find any "loop hole" but i doubt it.

in all likelihood, there's not much you can do but move.
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