We were hesitant to hire Pure Energy Window Company because we couldn not find any reviews on them. Needless to say, we made a mistake, we were very upset with the experience. We should have known not to hire them after their overbearing sales presentation! Then, I stumbled upon this press release about them, proving that they simply ruin their reputation and then start a new company under a new name! Owner of Failed Window Company Tries Again Matt Masters opens another window company after ‘Window Master’ goes out of business. Lansing, March 20, 2015: Matt Masters, former owner of Window Master, a failed Michigan window company, started Pure Energy Window Company, based out of Lansing, Mich. The closing of Window Master left hundreds of Michigan customers with empty guarantees and no one to service their windows. The new window retailer, Pure Energy Window Company, incorporated in August, 2014, but cannot service Southeast Michigan due to unresolved legal issues. Pure Energy is also currently awaiting a decision from the Better Business Bureau, who placed their accreditation under review when it was found that Pure Energy misrepresented facts about their company. Pure Energy’s founders, Matt Masters and Adrian Beaver were former colleagues at a leading window supplier in Southeast Michigan, but parted ways amid customer reports of hostile and aggressive sales tactics and inappropriate behavior on sales calls.
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