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Under Cover Watch How Easily a Contractor Scams His Customers

Under Cover   Watch How Easily a Contractor Scams His Customers

There are many ways a contractor can rip you off. Over charging for materials, making repairs that are not needed and asking for too much money up front are common scenarios. Many homeowners trust a contractor at face value believing that they have your best at hart – but that is one of the biggest mistakes you can make!

Take a look at this clip that aired on the Anderson Cooper talk show on 2.17.13 to better understand the different types of situations you need to look out for. If you are looking to hire a contractor always make sure you get a second opinion and always ask enough questions to ensure that you know exactly what the contractor you are about to hire is about. Talk to past customers and make sure he has done the types of repairs you are about to hire him for in the past.

WATCH: Contractor scam caught on video

WATCH: Contractor scam caught on video
WATCH: Contractor scam caught on video Hidden video shot by a construction foremen, showing cash exchanged with a KB Contracting manager, helped to expose a prevailing wage scandal in New York (Video: N.Y. Comptroller’s Office) Feb. 14, 2017 Check out …
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State investigating allegations of lead-sampling problems, derogatory remarks by Exide cleanup contractor
California toxic waste regulators are investigating complaints about a contractor hired to test homes for lead contamination near a closed battery recycler in Vernon, including accusations that its employees made racially derogatory remarks. In a letter …
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Man arrested for contractor fraud after overcharging flood victims
BATON ROUGE – A man was arrested Wednesday morning after committing contractor fraud in the wake of the August 2016 floods. According to Sheriff Jeff Wiley, 39-year-old Matthew Morris of Baton Rouge was arrested after the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office …
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