Got bad slumlords? Wall of shame them on Trembicky

Apparently everyone deals with the whole slumlord bit no matter where you are. Bad landlords are everywhere and everyone hates people that put you in danger when you pay them money to keep a roof over your head. No longer do you have to sit quiet. Share on Trembicky!
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  • Nancy

    I live in Long Island, N.Y. My landlords are Jon and Angela Miuta of 66st. glendale, N.Y. I have lived here for two and a half years. I have always paid the rent on time and have never given them any problems. The front main entrance door is a makeshift door made of plywood. It is hollow and not insulated. The back door is a sliding patio door. The glass and the frame move independently of each other. This door has been broke since I moved here. The house is being held up with stacks of bricks and pieces of wood. I bought a brand new washing machine when I moved here. I can no longer use it because every time it rains it sits in water for days,(it’s in the basement) and for some strange reason the water is orange. In the back yard I have a junk car, two wood broken down sheds filled with garbage, a broken ceramic barbique with pieces of broken ceramic all over. A boat anchor that I cannot move, so I have to mow around it. What they will not live with, they dump here. Most of the fence is being held up with hugh pieces of tree. The gate is rought iron with pieces of iron hanging off it, that I have to drag back and forth with the gate. I have to bungy cord it to keep it closed. On the back porch is a rusty old stove, a broken interior door and a broken redwood table. When I moved here I had to fix every screen in the house. Before I could mow the lawn I had to pick up hundreds of pieces of wood. When the back door stopped working altogether, I spoke with Angela. She said they could not get out here for at least three weeks. It was more like five. They still have not fixed anything, but they hired a lawyer to write me a letter stating that I have to vacate in thirty days. I bet the Lawyer cost more then a door. Not that they can’t afford it or anything. They only have five houses. They only rent this one and they never fix anything. They live in Queens and also own the six apartment building that they live in. I think they get a gold star for effort. I never saw two people try so hard to stay slumlords.

  • Nancy

    I live in Long Island, N.Y. My landlords are Jon and Angela Miuta of 66st. glendale, N.Y. I have lived here for two and a half years. I have always paid the rent on time and have never given them any problems. The front main entrance door is a makeshift door made of plywood. It is hollow and not insulated. The back door is a sliding patio door. The glass and the frame move independently of each other. This door has been broke since I moved here. The house is being held up with stacks of bricks and pieces of wood. I bought a brand new washing machine when I moved here. I can no longer use it because every time it rains it sits in water for days,(it’s in the basement) and for some strange reason the water is orange. In the back yard I have a junk car, two wood broken down sheds filled with garbage, a broken ceramic barbique with pieces of broken ceramic all over. A boat anchor that I cannot move, so I have to mow around it. What they will not live with, they dump here. Most of the fence is being held up with hugh pieces of tree. The gate is rought iron with pieces of iron hanging off it, that I have to drag back and forth with the gate. I have to bungy cord it to keep it closed. On the back porch is a rusty old stove, a broken interior door and a broken redwood table. When I moved here I had to fix every screen in the house. Before I could mow the lawn I had to pick up hundreds of pieces of wood. When the back door stopped working altogether, I spoke with Angela. She said they could not get out here for at least three weeks. It was more like five. They still have not fixed anything, but they hired a lawyer to write me a letter stating that I have to vacate in thirty days. I bet the Lawyer cost more then a door. Not that they can’t afford it or anything. They only have five houses. They only rent this one and they never fix anything. They live in Queens and also own the six apartment building that they live in. I think they get a gold star for effort. I never saw two people try so hard to stay slumlords.