08/15/12, 11:55 AM
Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Dwelling in the state of Confusion - but just passing thru...
It's highly unlikely that he would ever sue you, but if he does, it's even MORE unlikely
that he would ever collect. First off, he would have to prove to the judge/jury,
that he suffered damages. In order to do so, he would have to show that
he purchased supplies or provided labor that cannot be returned or used elsewhere.
That hasn't happened. . . yet. Don't give him ANY money and notify him asap, to cancel
the contract. Then follow-up with a certified letter addressing the same so you have
proof that he got the message. Next time, check out the contractors 'history' with the bbb or
prior customers (who aren't relatives/friends) of the contractor! You should then get a much
clearer picture of who you're dealing with then the snow job so many fall for from a glib talker.
On this anniversary of the Bill of Rights,
we are here to commemorate itís demise....
Last edited by copperkid3; 08/15/12 at 11:57 AM.