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Business Info Founded 2010 Incorporated Annual Revenue $84,000.00 Employee Count 2 Industries General Warehousing And Storage Contacts Contact Business Your Email Address Subject: Message Send Message Company Summary

Storage Usa Corporate Office was founded in 2010. Storage Usa Corporate Office specializes in General Warehousing And Storage. Storage Usa Corporate Office has 2 employees and estimated revenues of $84,000.00.

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By Jo - Posted on: September 20, 2013

the customer service personal I have been dealing with to get my account unblocked have been the worse I have had to deal with, rude, liars, cuss, etc. how they keep their jobs is beyond me. the female who answered the phone in WA even told me to F*** off, now employees there. Thankfully I do have the names of almost all who I spoke with and will be writing a letter to HR at the corporate office. Not that I think anything will transpire, but at least my voice is being heard

By raymond gillis - Posted on: September 18, 2013

Please offer same incentives for you products in and around the world here in the USA. My issue is not getting 12 month gold card with purches of office 365 university ed. I was directed by YOUR BING search eng. to what turned out to be a UK office site with this offer and noticed CANADA was also included in this offer. I was not even offered a 3 moth gold card for pointing out issue, which your tech. even stated that in the address bar eg came up when it sould be uk. I also noticed other sites saying you were giving this program away in other countries for free? I have payed a premium for your games, cards for xbox, programs etc...I am very upset with this particular issue and consider bringing it to attention of BETTER BUSSNIS bureau and media outlets .

By Bill Murphy - Posted on: August 15, 2013

I had the misfortune to have buy a new laptop. This came with Windows 8 (W8). I did not buy a mobile phone. So why is W8 designed for mobile phones but installed on a computer? W8 is rubbish. The so-called charms are anything but. They appear at anytime except when I need them. Why did the idiots who miss-designed this abomination needed to put everything in different places. The Start screen is not the same as the old start button. It was much easier to start something under the old system. Windows 8 is supposed to be more stable. Absolute bat crap. Virtually all of the apps etc stop responding soon after they start. It is particularly annoying because it takes several attempts to start anything the first place. The Power button works less than 20% of the time and even then it might not shut down the computer. It turns of the screen and then stops. I have to remove the battery to shut down the computer! And why if I want to start something I have to go to the search "charm" and type the name of damn program into it. Why? What dickhead decided that that would a good idea and why hasn't he been sacked? Furthermore, if I have a page displayed that has a vertical scroll bar, it move up and down randomly. It is incredibly difficult to put the scroll bar in the place I want it to be and have it remain there. Likewise why I do want the size of the page zooming in and out if I go anywhere near my mouse pad? The mouse pointer jumps randomly around which means if I am typing something, often I will find I am typing in the middle of what I have written before. Well done Windows 8 for being so effing annoying.It must have taken hundreds of man hours to make sure this 'feature' works properly. One final point. How much did all those other companies pay Microsoft to have their mobile phone apps added to W8?

By Carol - Posted on: August 12, 2013

I've been on the phone over one and one half hours trying to get Customer Support. The Customer Support for your products is beyond deplorable. You have chosen to transfer these jobs to people in other countries. The result is an extremely poor phone connection and unbelievable difficulties in understanding what they are saying. I have nothing against other cultures but the quality of assistance is terrible. I have spoken to 8 people so far and have been cut off and had to start all over again. Each time I have to explain everything all over again to each person. No one documents anything on my account. I have a new laptop with Windows 8. I had to buy the software separately so purchased and installed Home and Business 2013 a couple months ago. Now I need Access 2013. I purchased it two days ago through Amazon and when I went to your website to download it, it said it had problems. I was busy and decided to wait a couple days. I backed up my system last night and had a few minutes this afternoon and tried to load the Access 2013 again. Well it wiped out ALL of my software and everything else. I can't even get a date and time on the bottom of my screen. All I have is internet access. I HAVE WORK I HAVE TO GET DONE TONIGHT!! I've been on hold for help reinstalling my Office 2013 Home and Business 40 minutes so far this time. They have to call me tomorrow from the "Access" department to help me install that because they put me in a queu. I heard from other people that they tried to load Access and it wiped everything out. That's why I tried to do everything right. Microsoft - you should be able to do better than this!! You should be ashamed. This is HORRIBLE service! Your products are not Cheap and you should at least provide adequate service. You really are making me want to buy an Apple next time. All of my Apple friends are happy and don't go through this. They can not believe how you treat your customers.

By Rev. Norman E. Carlson - Posted on: July 30, 2014

I'm now a WORD-7 user. It appears you have changed your Picture Engine so many of my picture (Jpeg, etc.) do not print, preview or convert to PDF. PDF is required by my publisher. The book I'm trying to get ready has many pictures and so have spent much time resizing, etc. with WORD and with paintshop pro to get a .jpg picture that will print. Here is one example: Sorry, but it won't even copy to this review packet!!! Please contact me at the email address orphone number, below. Finally, Why are you sending your tech services, abroad? I can hardly understand the dialectically impaired speech most of your "Service" Reps use. Bill Gates, You and your organization are a dissappointment to me. I'm an old man raised in Index, WA. There you were known by your word, so that defective anything was replaced, ASAP. I guess since you pirated your MSDOS from IBM you have gone the way of the god of this world. Your "experts" from India and the Phillipeans have cost our school a lot of money and several months of my time. I pity Ya'll. Sincerely, Norman E. “Swede” Carlson, President The Colorado Free Bible College 2019 Southgate Rd. #37 Colorado Springs, CO 80906 719-591-6042

By Edward Dietrich - Posted on: June 13, 2013

Edward Dietrich 14371 Nectarine St Brooksville FL 34613 (352)-597-23298 ( To Microsoft; Since when do YOU decide that everyone in the world wants to change THEIR FONT to “TACOMA 10” (default) I now MUST GO BACK TO ALL THE DOCUMENTS THAT I EVER TYPED AND RECREATE MY WHOLE DOCUMENT LIBRARY TO THE ORIGINAL FONT THAT I CAN READ. This is MY “PERSONAL COMPUTER” I would like to think that YOU would realize that, when some STUPID PROGRAMER DEFAULTED ALL COMPUTERS TO HIS/HER WAY OF THINKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Are you going to go to all the libraries in the world and “REPRINT ALL THE BOOKS” ( is that next) I WOULD LIKE TO SET MY DEFAULT TO THE ORIGINAL FONT (ARIAL 10) This used to be my STANDARD SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! WHY IN GODS NAME DID YOU DECIDE ON “A FONT THAT I CANNOT READ” If this sounds like an insult to your intelligence---THEN IT IS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If YOU can change MY computers default, “WHY CAN’T I” I have heard so many complaints about this, I wonder if you have the ability to “listen” How would you like it if I wrote this letter in “Bickley Script, would YOU be happy” Disrespectfully Yours Edward Dietrich

By Rebecca Olvera - Posted on: April 30, 2013

After spending most of the day on hold between the Microsoft Store and the MarketPlace I still can't get a refund of $108.24 because the MarketPlace can see the charge but the MS Store can't see the charge for a product I did not get due to a computer time out on th MS website. I sincerely hope this is not practice that corporate condones. I don't understand how the different department computers can't communicate or see the same information. I can see the charge on my MSN account. This is MicroSoft you would think their customer service would be a little more updated.

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HomeServe USA Relocates Its Headquarters to Norwalk North American Headquarters moving to larger facility to support employee growth

December 11, 2013 11:57 AM Eastern Standard Time

NORWALK, Conn.--( BUSINESS WIRE )-- HomeServe USA (HomeServe), today announced the move of its corporate headquarters from Stamford to Norwalk, Connecticut. The decision to relocate was primarily driven by the rapid growth of HomeServe’s business and employee base, as a leading provider of home emergency repair service plans across the U.S. and Canada.

HomeServe’s new headquarters will be located in the Merritt 7 Corporate Office Park at 601 Merritt 7, a LEED-certified, 208,000 square foot facility with seven floors. HomeServe will occupy the entire 6th floor.

HomeServe USA, the American arm of HomeServe plc, was established in 2002 in Miami, FL and began providing service to customers in 2003. The company opened its headquarters in Stamford, CT in 2008 and added additional offices in 2010 in Chattanooga, TN and technician sites in the metro New York and New England areas. Since 2008, the number of employees in HomeServe’s Connecticut office has grown from 20 to over one hundred and today, the company has nearly 650 employees across the U.S.

“Our business has seen tremendous growth over the past decade as American homeowners have come to understand the value our service plans provide, and we’ve increased our employee numbers to meet that demand,” said Tom Rusin, CEO, HomeServe USA. “We’ve outgrown our Stamford office, which is the best kind of problem to have. This larger facility in Norwalk will better accommodate our expansion needs and position us for continued growth into the future.”

As part of its decision to relocate, HomeServe has committed to retaining 109 jobs and creating an additional 130 jobs in Connecticut over the next five years. Governor Dannel Malloy and the State of Connecticut through the Department of Economic and Community Development are providing HomeServe with a $1 million grant and other financial incentives to assist with the expansion project.

“We appreciate the efforts of Governor Malloy and the State of Connecticut to help local businesses like HomeServe prosper,” added Rusin. “We’re delighted to continue to call Connecticut our home.”

About HomeServe

HomeServe USA Corp. (HomeServe) is an independent provider of home emergency repair service plans. For over a decade, the company has protected homeowners against the expense and inconvenience of water, sewer, electrical, HVAC and other home emergencies by providing affordable coverage and quality service. HomeServe serves over 1.4 million homeowners in the US and Canada and dedicates itself to being a customer-focused company providing best-in-class emergency repair plans through leading utility partners and directly to consumers. For more information about HomeServe, please go to , follow us on and like us on Facebook at .


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