Future Buildings

Future Steel is a scammer and a liar

This is very unusual with a company of such a stature or at least what it shows to its customers. Future steel buildings were in negotiation with me. I wanted to purchase the future steel building and the only concern was that the rate they were providing was a little too high.

I was in talks with one of their salesmen, Robert. I requested him to reduce the price, but he was adamant and said that it was the best considering their quality and reputation. However, he made a deal with me to include the insulation and connectors in the price.

This was a win-win deal for me. I although doubted it first hand, but the deal was sounding too good to be rejected. I was anyway going to order these from the same company and if in the price of one, I was getting both the orders, what else I would have thought about?

So, I asked for a day and the very next day, I agreed to the deal he made to me. Before the shipment, I confirmed if everything will be delivered together and Robert said that it would be for sure. So, I made the payment in full.

Things changed after this. Robert called me when the package was shipped and informed that the insulators and connectors were not in stock and they would be delivered with the next shipment and not with the shipment of the building.

When I asked about the probable date, he gave me a timeline of a month. However, he added that he would try to send it as soon as possible. He told me that the inclusion of insulation and connectors would not be in the paperwork with the building but would be sent after the package was delivered in the next round.

It sounded fishy, but I had already made the payment in full. I did ask him why he did not inform me before accepting the payment and he replied that the stocks are not updated daily. Sometimes, we do not know before a week that the product is out of stock. That was the problem with my case. I took that as a genuine reason. And, did not question him further.

However, I requested him to deliver the remaining product at the earliest. He promised me that he would do that. After a month, when I called that guy, he said that the product was still in shortage and suggested me to call after a week. I did that too only difference was that this time, his phone was unreachable. I tried it many times, but no luck.

I even contacted Mr. Aitioro, and their Counsel, Mr. Navarrete. However, nothing helped me. I am still waiting for the shipment and it has been more than 6 months. This kind of sales practice is not only deceiving but unethical too. I am sure they are used to it and I am not their first customer who has been treated this way. I am never going to do business with them ever again.

Is Future Buildings a scam?
Future Buildings is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Future Buildings legit?
First Future Buildings is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Future Buildings’s consumers?
There is/are 4 review(s) posted about Future Buildings and it indicates that the severity of the scam is High.
Where is Future Buildings located?
Future Buildings is located at 1405 Denison St, Markham, ON L3R 5V2, Canada. You can contact Future Buildings by dialing 1905-477-1894 or visit their website www.futurebuildings.com before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Future Buildings’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $7000 was the total loss incurred by Future Buildings’s customers.

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4 reviews on Future Buildings

  1. Carol

    Scam

    Ask for a price of a storage shed. A rude guy called & just kept asking ?s but wouldn’t give price. Over.and over I ask. Then he said cant help u.and hung up. Don’t waste your time. Fishy.

  2. William Knotts

    Phony sales pitch

    The whole company is predicated on lying to the customers, it’s very obvious and has racked up millions in sales this way for many years this way. It is staggering that the world hasn’t caught on to this except any other smaller operators out there are dodgy in their own way leaving few or no honest sellers for this particular type of prefab building product. It is unfortunate but anyone with any sense will pick up on the deceit early in the process. Their actual cost for a building that is valued at $25K, for example might be $5K. So when it goes on sale at $10K as an alleged last minute cancelation, you can see why the salesman is motivated to use this tactic. Too bad there isn’t an honest seller of these quonset buildings, but I guess steer clear all together and go with other options as I did.

  3. William Knotts

    Phony sales pitch

    The whole company is predicated on lying to the customers, it’s very obvious and has racked up millions in sales this way for many years . It is staggering that the world hasn’t caught on to this except any other smaller operators out there are dodgy in their own way leaving few or no honest sellers for this particular type of prefab building product. It is unfortunate but anyone with any sense will pick up on the deceit early in the process. Their actual cost for a building that is valued at $25K, for example might be $5K. So when it goes on sale at $10K as an alleged last minute cancelation, you can see why the salesman is motivated to use this tactic. Too bad there isn’t an honest seller of these quonset buildings, but I guess steer clear all together and go with other options as I did.

  4. Sherrie

    Paid for 1350. For engineered plans and a quote of additional steel to add 15 feet to a unbuilt 2009 Future Steel XX50 model. I received a quote for 12,000 worth of parts I had to buy in order to bring the existing unbuilt Quonset up to code. On checking with the Municipal building permit office, I found out that a storage building in MB used for storage does not need to meet code. They were aware of that and I was not. They were also aware that we are on a2/2 section and the building was for storage.I explained to Kyle that I did not need the Quonset to meet code I just needed a quote for the additional 15 feet and the new engineered plans that I paid for. I asked for a refund, and was refused. All I got was a list of parts need for code on the existing building. No engineered plans, no quote on the added 15 feet because I was told I had to bring the existing building up to code before they sell me any more footage. When I asked for a refund I had signed a document so no refund, but I did not receive what was promised. When I asked for the refund because my Quonset did not need to meet code he said that the Quonset built by Future Steel would collapse. Today I have no quote no engineered plans that I paid for and no refund. We purchased another Future Steel building new from Future Steel 5 years ago, It went up easily and we are happy with the quality. It is unfortunate that their building consultants are sleazy, because it is a good product. The owners proposed customer service babble is garbage.

Reviews:4
Reported Loss :7000 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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