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ZVN PROPERTIES, Ohio Complaints & Reviews - NO PAY

ZVN PROPERTIES Contacts & Informations


Posted: 2011-12-16 by    Don Walker


Complaint Rating:  20 % with 5 votes
Contact information:
788 Elm Ridge Ave
United States
Phone: 330 854-5890
Contracted Property Preservation work for Zvn In 2007 . Zvn Properties is own
by Rick and Brian with Jackie C as there accountant . For any contractors out there looking to do business with this company need to do your home work because these individuals are very cunning crooks and increasingly encroaches on seasoned
and unseasoned property preservation contractors!! They are no longer doing business here in Arizona. But they are full blown in these states: Ohio, North Carolina, Minnesota, Illinois, New York, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Delaware, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Indiana, Georgia, Virginia, Massachusetts, Maine, New Jersey, Maryland, Michigan, Kentucky, South Carolina, Florida, Vermont, West Virginia, Tennessee and District of Columbia. THEY DO NOT PAY. MORE INFO GO TO http://www.contractortalk.com/f118/hud-reo-property-preservation-92906/index73/
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