Reading the 31 reviews of Group Fox at Google+ reinforces the old adage that “you get what you pay for.”
Many of the positive reviews are such transparently lame works of fiction that one is almost forced to conclude that Group Fox, a major apartment owner and manager, bought them on the cheap.
Here’s my favorite:
With regard to maintenance requests, the vast majority were addressed in a timely manner. The maintenance guy would show up even at random hours during the night to fix whatever was wrong. He regularly unclogged the shower drain, adjusted water temperature in the kitchen sink, and was generally very responsive. Work was completed timely and with good communication.
The reviewer apparently doesn’t realize what he’s said about the state of his apartment.
Reading other reviews from the named reviewers leads to some fun conclusions: they live simultaneously in multiple locations; buy multiple cars; order blinds from the same suburban outlets; buy their jewelry from the same shop in Willowbrook; patronize a chimney service in Lombard; hire the same McHenry-based dog trainer; etc. One of Group Fox’s renters owns a Bentley.
Does Group Fox need to hire better liars? Is there an innocent explanation for all of this?