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|On May 26, 2017, ztmh2 Cut Off, LA wrote:
Vender is running a scam where he sells Edward Stevens Holly as a Male pollinator of the Nelly Stevens Holly. He charges a high premium for this "so called" male which is difficult to find and ships the Nelly Stevens Female. I was disappointed this spring to find my "so called" male pollinator covered in berries which prove it is a female. I'm posting this so future customers of this vendor are warned of his SCAM dealings. I should have listened to the previous negative reviews this vendor received.
|On Apr 15, 2015, speed51133 Oconomowoc, WI wrote:
Posted on April 10, 2015, updated April 15, 2015
On April 15th, 2015, speed51133 added the following:
I have sent a barrage of emails to Roy@thujagardens.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. No replies. none. Zero. I have began to leave voice mails as well. All trees are dead as dead as dead. Not mostly dead, but touch them and they crumble dead. I mean I have not demanded anything, I have not accused him of anything, just asked what he needs from me for a warranty claim.
|On Nov 5, 2014, pcs42 Austin, TX wrote:
I ordered 14 Murray Cypress and 4 Emily Bruner's from Roy at Thuja Gardens. It was a nightmare!!! I ordered them on a Wednesday and got an email stating they would ship the following Tuesday. The email also stated that I should not call because I would get an email from Fed EX with a tracking number. I waited until the Tuesday that they were to ship and sent Roy an email asking about my trees. BTW he already charged my credit card even though they had not shipped. I called Roy and spoke with him about my order Thursday of that week. He told me that he had emailed me to let me know that the Emily Bruner's were on back order and that he was waiting to hear from me if I still wanted the 14 cypress to ship. I never got that email. So I told him yes, please ship the 14 cypress. He told me he would call later that day to let me know they had shipped. He also told me that the Emily Bruner's would ship the next Monday. He never called me back. I still had no FedEx tracking number either. I waited until the following Tuesday and called him again. This time he gave me another story. He told me that he would look into my order and would call me back in an hour. He said that he would make sure I was happy by the end of the business day. He also told me that the Emily Bruner's were still on back order. I did not get a call from him; on a previous call he made sure he had my correct phone number and I verified it was correct. I sent another email to him asking about my order and reminding him of all of our conversations. Again, not one reply from him. Finally, I called one more time and his message machine box was full so I could not leave a message. I then had to call my credit card company to dispute the charges. I sent Roy one more email asking him to cancel my order since I don't trust him or his company. Just today ( it had been a 5 days) I received two emails from Roy; one was a reply to my cancellation email and one was a "your order is cancelled" email. Every time I spoke with Roy he had a different reason that my tress had not shipped. He did not call me back when he promised me he would. I would steer clear of this company.
|On May 8, 2014, BlackDogKurt Seymour, CT wrote:
I rarely find the need to post negative comments about companies, but I did not have a positive experience with my first and only attempt to make a purchase from Thuja Gardens.
|On Oct 29, 2013, 1badstang Carrollton, VA wrote:
Placed an order for 2 dogwoods on 10/11. Called 10 days later and was asked to send an email as a reminder because he was on the road. I did as asked. Never got a response. Sent another email 5 days later and still no response so today i emailed them to just cancel the order. Sure wish i had found this site and was aware of these issues before i wasted 2.5 weeks trying to get two dogwood trees. Business must be booming for them if they can ignore internet sales.
|On Sep 28, 2013, kamil1 White Plains, MD wrote:
This company has very poor customer service. At the time of order, I was told that the trees were available and would be shipped immediately. I waited several days for a shipment confirmation and when I didn't receive one, I attempted to contact the company by phone and email. I was never able to get through to the company by phone. I tried to call numerous times throughout the day and no one ever answered the phone. I then attempted to reach them by email. After I sent several emails with no response, I finally received an email response 4 or 5 days later from "Roy." He claimed that my trees hadn't shipped yet because it was too hot to ship them ... that was just baloney as it's been very mild on the east coast the past few weeks. He told me that the trees would ship the following Monday. In fact, they weren't shipped until Wednesday, more than 2 1/2 weeks after I placed the order. The trees were packaged well and seemed to be in good condition upon arrival but they were definitely smaller than the 3-4 feet advertised on the website. Based on my experience, I will not order again from this company and would not recommend that anyone else order from them.
|On Mar 1, 2013, longwoodliza West Grove, PA wrote:
I have been an arborist and botanist for over 20 years. In 2012, I aquired a large tract of land and purchased plants from Thuja Gardens. I received confirmation of my order and by April had received no word of shipment. I attempted to contact the company multiple times with no reply. I was finally able to speak to someone in May who told me that the order was shipped and there was nothing he could do. I mailed a copy of my credit card statement and a copy of my email confirmation asking if they could track the shipment. Still no reply. I contacted the BBB in June and they were unsuccessful in their attempts to resolve this issue. I was told that they would be put on the 'dispute' list for 3 years. I never received the trees or my money back. I hope that this helps anyone wishing to deal with this disreputable company.
|On Oct 7, 2012, iamafighter Trenton, FL wrote:
Another sucker was just drawn in to this website and taken for their money without any response (phone and email) as they claim. If they can get away with being PlantsRUs and shut down and now reopened as ThujaGardens....I guess they will never have to deliver any product! I have contacted the BBB of Swannanoa but that won't stop anyone else from getting ripped off. I would like to shut these people down for good....or least get some kind of WARNING across their site!! BAD PEOPLE!!!
|On Nov 16, 2011, racbwc Winfield, PA wrote:
DO NOT PURCHASE FROM THIS "COMPANY." I really doubt if this so called nursery is even legit. Placed an order in August 2011, for 2 plum trees, shipment to be at the end of the season(Sept) per Thuja Gardens. Credit card charged upon placement of order. Numerous phone calls to company only resulted in extensions of ship dates due to a variety of excuses all related to waiting for the trees to loose leaves. The final call to company was made at end of October when I was told the trees were "out of stock" but not to worry, our credit card would be credited. Surprise, surprise- that has not happened, nor can I reach anyone at Thuja Gardens.
|On Jun 13, 2011, ds88 wrote:
I ordered the Nellie R. Stevens Holly last fall. The plants arrived in good condition. Unfortunately, 10 of the plants died. I have made 4 attempts to contact them and get replacements. I also filled out the form on their website. I have talked with an older gentleman three times. Today he told me that the orders were being processed. He would not look up my claim to insure they had the information. Each time he told me I would be receiving them in a week or two. Today when I told him I was getting frustrated since he will not look up my information, he called me an "asshole" and hung up on me. I am not sure if I will ever get the plants replaced or if I will get my money refunded. I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THAT ANYONE USE THIS COMPANY.
|On May 13, 2011, sunileman Arlington Heights, IL wrote:
I placed my order on the phone with Roy on March 21st for 15 Willow Hybrids. He said I should receive all trees within two weeks. I HAVE ALL EMAIL FOR PROOF THIS COMPANY IS A SCAM.
|On May 5, 2011, smfarm Omaha, NE wrote:
Posted on May 4, 2011, updated May 5, 2011
On May 4th, 2011, smfarm added the following:
Correction: It was Roy I talked to. He was helpful last year when I first called to ask about the trees and placing an order, but was very terse and a mean sounding with this problem.
On May 5th, 2011, smfarm added the following:
Good report on your blog. I wish I would have checked out this BBB report before I ordered from Roy:
|On May 4, 2011, NeighborSolutio Philadelphia, PA wrote:
The policy at DavesGarden.com for posting reviews includes this: "If your experience was negative, you should try to resolve the matter privately before posting your comments." A valid piece of advice. But as the negatives herein cite, Roy is not reliable for responding to complaints or general questions, and can be quite unreachable via phone or email. And rude and unreasonable when you do reach him, reviews say.
|On Apr 1, 2011, Rob_1978 Morven, NC wrote:
Roy is a tool. I'm surprised someone hasn't decked him already. If your a type A personality; don't even call him. Course, if you're reading this, it's probably too late. I couldn't keep professional with this guy as hard as I tried. Luckily, I didn't even order from him, so no frustration there. Call him up and tell him you want free shipping and listen to him cuss. He promised me a deal 2 months ago on 32 trees and now plays stupid. Enough said - guy is a jerk.
|On Sep 30, 2010, Bulldogharry Ellettsville, IN wrote:
Posted on September 30, 2010, updated September 30, 2010
On September 30th, 2010, Bulldogharry added the following:
I now know why these pages are not crammed full of negative remarks about this thief. It took me well over and hour to figure out how to post a negative remark about this one person scam. Daves Gardens has at least several sellers that are not ones to buy from. "Roy" was very disrespectful to me. I am 61 years old and I do not take lightly being treated with obvious total disrespect. It is too bad that people buy things over the internet without checking out the reputation of those they are about to buy from. It is a wonder to me that Daves Gardens tolerates Jerks like "Roy" to be a link from their web site. Google "scoop on Thujagardens.com" and read ones that tell "The scoop on Thujagardens.com Come on people leave your negative feedback about this no good for nothing scammer and thief. Roy if you were living in my town I'd do more than leave you negative feedback! You are a low life scumbag, jerk, thief! You're a bottom feeder and woulds steal from your mother. Shame on you and other idiots like you.
Judgement day will be hell for you mister! Count on it!
On Sep 30, 2010, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
"On Oct 15, 2010 8:40 AM, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
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|On Aug 21, 2010, Katt51 Milwaukee, WI wrote:
Posted on July 31, 2010, updated August 21, 2010
On August 21st, 2010, Katt51 added the following:
Roy did contact me via email in early August and sent me a link to put in my information for replacement trees. BUT, the link is not working as it states it was only a temporary web hosting. I attempted to do this at least 10 times within the last few weeks receiving the same message. You put in all the information only to not be able to send the information. I emailed him back to let him know but it appears he does not know what I am talking about. He stated that he got the form . Yes, I got the form to complete but I kept telling him once you hit the submit button, it won't go through. He told me to call him, BUT, I have called him twice, emailed him several times and very very frustrated.
On Aug 21, 2010, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
"On Oct 15, 2010 9:01 AM, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
When one customer out of many have trouble submitting a form,the problem is on their end.However, We are use to taking the heat for it.
|On Jun 14, 2010, gardennome Utica, MI wrote:
Buyer Beware. If you receive your plants or trees and they are healthy, everyone has a positive thing to say. But notice how many postings show a problem with Thuja Gardens' customer service if you are not happy with what you receive. I have been trying to resolve something for over a month and have been completely ignored until I cancelled my credit card payment. Then bingo, Roy called to find out why. They don't like customers who have problems with their merchandise. Notice how many people simply could not get them to respond or send replacement trees. Why? In my opinion, customer service is absolutely atrocious. I was just chewed out by Roy. That's right. He chewed me out for not being happy with his product. In this day of lousy customer service, I should not be so shocked to find that another business has forgotten who their customer is.
|On May 1, 2010, kathy7850 East Berlin, PA wrote:
I purchased 6 Leyland Cypress from this company. Two were a foot shorter than ordered. Two have what appear to be a fungus, with apparent needle blight. They do not answer phone or return calls or emails. NEVER AGAIN
|On Sep 1, 2009, rkobzarev Lisle, IL wrote:
Same problem as others. Never received ack of the order or shipment. Countless attempts to get hold of "Roy" or any one else. Filed complaint with BBB. I want this company out of business!
|On Jun 5, 2009, bgoss Milroy, PA wrote:
I have ordered a tree within the last month with this company. I was to receive a confirmation email and did not receive that. We checked our credit card statement which indicates that the tree was paid for, but after many attempts of emails and phone calls have been unable to establish any type of contact with this company regarding our status on the tree. After reading these many posts from others and responses from the infamous "Roy", I must say that I truly am beginning to believe he is a scam artist and a thief. A thief is someone who takes something that does not belong to him and he took our money without giving us our purchase or even responding to our contact attempts to explain himself. I am very disappointed in Thuja Gardens and advice anyone from purchasing from this place again. As for the payment for a purchase, I plan to take action to the fullest to resolve this matter.
|On Jun 4, 2009, DisappointedNY Kingston, NY wrote:
I ordered two trees over a month ago and have yet to get them. I called the 800 number shortly after placing the order and talked to someone with an attitude. He told me the trees will be shipped "early next week". I waited the week and nothing. A month later, nothing. I have called a couple of times and only get a voicemail where sometimes you cant even leave a message. Im so agitated right now. I just called and left a message and I hope this gets rectified. I will eventually have to go to the BBB if this continues. Be careful if you are contemplating placing an order.
|On May 9, 2009, gardenspotter Junction City, KS wrote:
As with many complaints I see on this page Roy does not send the trees of the size he advertises. I am surprised to see several reviews here state Roy responded to their emails though their complaints were about damage and not size. My emails were totally ignored. Once my cash was in this company’s hands they never returned emails with my complaints about the size. I never thought about checking the Better Business Bureau as I read here and wish I had. A company could not get a worse report. Answering my email would have done a world of good for this company’s reputation but now I think I will add my complaint to the Better Business Bureau for false advertising. I was very disappointed and wished I had ordered from another company.
|On May 5, 2009, dkt535s Florissant, MO wrote:
I ordered 10 trees to plant in my back yard because I wanted to block my neighbors. I placed the order on April 21 and hopped for delivery in a week. I e-mailed on April 27 (a week after ordering) to see if Roy had an idea of when the trees would arrive. He responded the next day: "Late this week.
|On Apr 30, 2009, MyWindows Merritt, NC wrote:
Man, I wish I had read the comments here and checked the Better Business Bureau as suggested. The trees I received were a lot smaller than are shown on the website. I emailed and received no response. The website makes no mention of the ability to simply return the trees and get your money back. And after seeing the trees who could trust the promise anyway? I think half the positive post here was posted by Roy himself. His spiteful and sarcastic remarks towards those with negative feedback is an indicator of his business tactics. He would not get negative feedback if he shipped what he advertised or answered his emails when questions arise. But I guess he is too busy writing positive post about his own company to be bothered with answering complaints from customers or to respond to the Better Business Bureau. There are too many businesses with good ratings to risk your money on these trees. Roy, some advice, go take some pictures of the real trees you ship and put them on your website.
|On Apr 26, 2009, justaman37 Liberty, MO wrote:
Do not buy it from thujagardens.com. The trees they send are about 1/4 the size of the tree they show in there sample picture. The Better Business Bureau give them a giant F with a warning. Look them up at the BBB by their phone number not address. I just don't want anyone to make the same mistake I made. The trees they send are nothing like the picture and they don't return emails or calls after they have your money. I really should have checked the BBB first.
On April 29th, 2009, justaman37 added the following:
I called and emailed about the tiny trees you sent you did not respond. Roy, why does the Better Business Bureau (BBB) give you an "F"? Oh, because you would not respond to them either. Here a link to the very serious Better Business Bureau report and their warning:
Better Business Bureau Statement:
Rating F - We strongly question the company’s reliability for reasons such as that they have failed to respond to complaints, their advertising is grossly misleading, they are not in compliance with the law’s licensing or registration requirements, their complaints contain especially serious allegations"
Of course I would think the BBB must be very unhappy in life. As I am sure they are just running down your business. I see, you cheat people then slander them. Nice try but the BBB backs me up.
If anyone looks up Roy’s business by its phone number on the BBB do not confuse it with Roy’s- Deck’s R Us business which is at the same phone number and received an BBB rating of F as well.
On Apr 26, 2009, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
"On Apr 28, 2009 12:21 PM, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
If anyone orders from Thuja Gardens and is not happy with what they recieve(for any reason)all they have to do is have UPS pick up and return to seller at no cost to them.This person I would think must be very unhappy in life.They would rather run down my business than ask for a refund. GOD BLESS THEM."
|On Mar 27, 2009, texasgardener68 Garland, TX wrote:
This man stole my money. I wouldn't recommend anyone order from this company.
On Mar 27, 2009, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
"On Mar 27, 2009 5:51 PM, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
I have no idea who wrote this garbage.This is what I do not like about this site,people can just say whatever they want without anything to back it up.Makes me wonder if texasgardner68 even knows what company they ordered from. We have not had any problems like this with any of our customers.All I can say is NOT GUILTY. If you need trees,give me a call,see if you think I am that kind of person.
|On Jun 11, 2008, kb_ws Winston Salem, NC wrote:
CAUTION - Roy was very nice to begin with when taking my order. He said I caught him out in the greenhouse/nursery, but took time to take my order. He said my order would ship on Tuesday, June 3. I called back on Wednesday, June 4 to get a tracking #. He then informed me my order would ship on Thursday, June 4. He had a new crop and only wanted to send me the best, and these looked really good. I called back on Thursday afternoon in hopes of getting a tracking # in advance of the order arriving on Friday. I took time out of my lunch hour (along with a friend) to come home and check on my shipment. Had it been there I was going to water them because we've been having temperatures in the upper 90's. The shipment was not here. When I got home Friday afternoon, still no shipment. So I called Roy in hopes of getting a tracking #. He informed me (4 times) that no one was in the office. If Customer Service hours are 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., why was there not anyone still in the office? At this point he was very nasty over the phone. He never cussed me, but may as well. He told me that I received the UPS Confirmation via e-mail and that it probably went into my junk box, and/or I deleted it not know what it was. I've ordered other things via the Internet and would be somewhat familiar with that information. He still guaranteed my shipment would be there today (Friday, June 5). Said I could call back on Monday to get the tracking #, but still guaranteed I'd have the package that evening. What good would it do to have a tracking # for a shipment of dead trees? UPS typically runs late in our neighborhood. We watched for UPS until 9:00 p.m. that evening. Still no shipment. I called Roy back on Saturday and left a message. Now he's not answering the phone as he so quickly did the week before. I called back on Monday in hopes of getting someone in the office and still no answer. Left yet another message. Monday afternoon around 5:30, I received a call from Roy. Said he was receiving a package back and did I want another order to be shipped back out. I said no. Why if I didn't get the first shipment would I be a dumb-ass and try again. I will NEVER order from this place again. I have now contacted my local county agriculture department and trying to find someone more reliable. Just be careful if you place an order with this company.
On Jun 11, 2008, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
"On Mar 27, 2009 6:03 PM, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
I will make a short story out of the ABOVE -- UPS lost this order, needless to say by the time it was returned to me it was no good. I called to see if he wanted me to reship or refund. In 12 years I have never had a customer more upset over a $32.00 order.We think UPS does a fine job shipping our trees,however we do have a problems with packages ever now and again. WHAT DO YOU DO ????"
|On Nov 4, 2007, rcnauful Forest, VA wrote:
Ordered 20 Green Giant Arborvitaes (10 quart size, 10 gallon size). I received 10 of the quart size a few weeks later. Where are my other 10 trees? I have made numerous attempts to contact this company via phone and email to no avail. I even complained to PayPal about the transaction; I paid for 20 trees! I ordered these trees to have a privacy screen for my family. I had to hire someone to dig 20 holes in the ground because I have 3 kids under 5 and cannot possibly do it myself. The rain washed away the 10 other holes a month later. Where are my 10 one gallon trees Mr Roy???
On Nov 4, 2007, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
"On Apr 28, 2009 12:39 PM, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
To say the least this lady ordered 1 Quart Size & Small Liners,no 1 Gallons. We do not use Pay Pal.The lady got what she ordered,if not happy..should have sent them back for a full refund. What do you do? GOD BLESS her and her kids."
|On Oct 15, 2007, bobeast Hollister, CA wrote:
Order several trees via Paypal. 1 day later I got a message from PayPal, that the charge had been reversed. Naturally that left me in limbo right in the middle of planting season. Was a "re-charge" forthcoming? Would I ever see trees? Did I just give my credit info to some hack? I'm gla I stumbled onto Dave's Garden. At least now I know that Roy is TRYING to run a real business, but as I can see from the other reviews, he apparently has the business sense of one of his trees. So anyway, to make a long story short, I've sent him 3 emails and of course have received no response. Since I consider the ignoring of emails from customers, to be THE cardinal sin, I'm giving him a hearty NEGATIVE, and will be thankful for the reversed charge. Sounds like I dodged a bullet.
On Oct 15, 2007, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
On Feb 1, 2008 9:31 AM, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) added:
Dave's Garden should take this rating off the site. This order was voided the same day it was recieved,how did that cause limbo in the middle of the planting season?We recieved no Emails.Person got an Email from PayPal saying the money had been refunded because we do not ship to CA...mabey person does not know what refund means?I say person,because we do not have customers from CA.That information is listed on the very page that the order came from (We can not ship to the following states of:AZ, CA, Or, HI)this is due to the strict regulations of the CA Agriculture Department.I spend enough time trying to keep customers happy,I do not deserve this kind of criticism from someone that is not even a customer.I try to treat people the way I would want to be treated,but some people tries my patience.
|On Jul 13, 2007, nnnt123 Delaware, OH wrote:
We ordered trees size 18"-24" from Roy (Thuja Gardens). What we received was few at just 18", and the majority are around the 12" size. We contacted Roy a few times to get this resolved, he advised us that his packers had pulled from the wrong batch of trees, and as a result, we were sent the smaller size trees even though we were charged at the higher price. He met us in the middle, and credited us back for some of the price difference. After we planted the trees, we realized that we would need about 6 more trees, so we placed another order of the gallon size 18"-24 ", and our credit card was charged. A week later we got a email from Roy that he was about 1 week behind, and therefore the trees wouldn't be shipped for 3 weeks. So, it took a month to receive trees after our credit card had been charged. When we finally received that shipment of trees, they were all around 12" in size. ( We paid for the 18-24" size.) We also noticed that after we placed the order and he shipped them to us, he changed his website to reflect the gallon size trees as 16-18" (the trees we received were still smaller than that) We attempted to contact Roy a few times with no response. We FINALLY received an email from him several weeks later to ship the trees back to him and try another company since we were not happy. Roy is very unprofessional to deal with. BEWARE, he sends smaller than advertised trees, and is very difficult to deal with, and it is hard to get a response from him in a timely manner.
|On Jun 7, 2007, nymicr Centereach, NY wrote:
I purchased 26 Thuja green giant trees for my Son in Lexington NC from this Company. They were delivered April 5th at 4PM. Well more than half the trees have died now. . They are under a 90 day guarantee - so I E-mailed this company - See below my E-mail & Roy's answer.
|On Oct 13, 2006, TomMattax Oklahoma City, OK wrote:
BEWARE--of Plants R US-- and of ROY!! I purchased 5 thuja trees fo a total cost of $107. I was told that I would receive this shipment in the fall. Well, here is fall no trees! I contacted ROY and was told that the order was lost (now remember, I had to contact ROY- 3 times before I was able to get a response. He would say he would get back to me and NEVER did) I was promised that the order would be shipped on a Monday. I called ROY to confirm that it was shipped--ROY said " I meant to get ahold of you." (Sure you did ROY, sure you were going to get back to me like the other 3 times). Now ROY, was telling me that he had no record and could do nothing about it, even though my credit card statement clearly showed I was charged for them. I then had to call my credit card company to set things straight. So there IS a happy ending, but it took 5 calls to PlantsRUs, who did NOTHING and a call to CHASE who did something.
On Oct 13, 2006, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) responded with:
On Jan 27, 2008 2:58 PM, Thuja Gardens (formerly PlantsRus) added:
We get calls from people from time to time checking on orders they have ordered from other nurseries, even get checks written to other nurseries. When Rev. Mattax first contacted me I done everthing I could to pull up his order without any luck so I talked with Paypal and had no luck finding any order in his name. Rev. Mattax waited 6 weeks after he should have recieved his order to contact me,when I told him I could not find his order he was very mad....and with good reason. When Rev. Mattax contacted his card company they contacted PayPal. At that point I recieved a chargeback from PayPal and could actually pull up his order. As one can tell from the comments above, it was to late for me to try to make things right with Rev. Mattax. I'm not here to put down PayPal, they are a big business but I had problems trying to run my business with them processing my customers credit cards. This was my problem not my customers, I do fell bad about what happened to Rev. Mattax. I do have a new credit card processer now and feel alot more in control of my business through better availability to customer information.