Adams Development GroupBroken Contracts and No Communication

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Adams Development Group represented by Gary Bruce Crum contracted to build a new home for us in Butler County, PA in April 2000. In February, 2002 the construction and landscaping are still not completed. Some 20 items still need to be completed. Two contracts have been signed and broken by ADG. All we get are meaningless excuses or no communication at all. Every timeline for completion has come and gone with no end in sight. Bruce Crum FINISH OUR HOUSE!!!!

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URL: www.adamsdevelopmentgroup.com
Email: [protected]@adamsdevelopmentgroup.com

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    Mdeitzel Nov 23, 2011
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    Adams Development Group represented by Gary Bruce Crum contracted to build a new home for us in Butler County, PA in April 2000. In February, 2002 the construction and landscaping are still not completed. Some 20 items still need to be completed. Two contracts have been signed and broken by ADG. All we get are meaningless excuses or no communication at all. Every timeline for completion has come and gone with no end in sight. Bruce Crum FINISH OUR HOUSE!!!

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    Tom.Faulkner Oct 25, 2011

    It is amazing that there were no other posts on this topic.

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