Choice Home Warrantyvendor non-payment

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I just started my construction company and signed up to do some work with choice. It's not the best way to generate revenue but for me it was better than non. I had problems from day 1 but after 3 weeks of working for them and doing jobs it was clear that they were liars and theives. I now have all of my submitted invoices on hold for payment. I spend several thousand dollars on my company credit card to cover parts and gas and now it seems there will be no reembursement. I have a wife and two children to feed and the financial burden they have placed on my family and I is very heavy. This is wrong and unethical. They need to be stopped. I am confused as to how they manage to continue to conduct this scam on homeowners and vendors alike without consequence. sign me up for lawsuit as well. [protected]@gmail.com

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    DJonesMsM Jan 01, 2019
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    Those mofos would not fix my dang sink. It is a leaking gasket. They say they do not fix gasets. WTF? Those [censored]. I'm ready to file a class action suit. Homeowners don't just go and f*** up our own s*** to file a claim. I have legitimate wear and tear due to normal usage. I'm over Choice Home Warranty.

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