Disc Outlet, Sacramento, California - Non Payment of Dues
3/14/2012 Posted by Anonymous
This is a complaint against Disc Outlet. We were hired by Disc Outlet for search engine optimization services for their flagship website www.mydiscoutlet.com. They never paid the dues for the services rendered to them during the period Nov, 2011 to Jan 2012 despite several reminders via phone as well as email but no one bothered to respond.
I think this is a highly unprofessional behavior from any company and no contractor will like to ever work with them again.
As a landscape and garden designer, I’m self-employed in a job that is tremendously satisfying. I get to oversee everything from the first sketch to the last wall curve, paving stone and climate-perfect shrub. But as with most small businesses in California, the sick economy of the last 5 years has affected my company, Derviss Design.
We’ve always offered health insurance in our small business, Tree Lovers Flooring, to provide for our employees as we would for ourselves. It was the right thing to do. But it’s getting almost impossible to keep doing. The total cost this year, even after changing to a plan with higher copays, is about $51,000 for 12 of us. A few families are included, but mostly it’s for individuals in their 30s or early 40s.
California's provider and payer communities lined up this week against a proposed ballot measure for the November election that would provide the California Insurance Commissioner new powers to regulate health insurance premiums.
The California Medical Association, California Hospital Association, and California Association of Physician Groups have banded together to create an organization called Californians Against Higher Health Care Costs.
My husband Mark and I had always wanted to be able to bring our dogs to work, and be in business for ourselves. We realized that goal in 1997, after saving hard from our day jobs. Our dog and cat “pet camps” have given us fulfilling and happy work. Dogs having an outdoor play party are the definition of joy.
Dealing with small business health insurance, however, is the exact opposite experience.