News 2 I-Team: HOA taken for $16,000 (SC)

“He did all the right moves,” she remembered. “He sent me an orchid. He was very diligent in the beginning.”  Then excuses started. It was months before she heard from him. She demanded her money back or for work to begin. Shiver eventually replaced windows in two units, and then he stopped responding.  She tried filing a police report; writing a complaint with the state licensing agency; and consulting a lawyer. Joellen is out of options and patience.     Read the article…………..


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