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Tag Archives: Classic Fence
Just off the presses this week – the crooked owner of Classic Fence Company has pleaded guilty to deliberately bilking his customers and may be going to jail (read story, here). I didn’t realize when we signed up with Classic Fence in August 2017 … Continue reading
Sometimes using that credit card is a good thing. You’ll all recall my post about the fence contractor who absconded with my $2900 down payment (if you didn’t read it, click here). You will also recall my relief when I … Continue reading
“OMG, where’s that damn check?!” In order to recoup that $2,900 we gave to the fence contractor who never showed up, no longer answers the phone, and has closed his office, I thought it wise to send a formal demand … Continue reading