US Buildings — Breach of Contract, Fraud, Unethical Business Practices
US Buildings is a crooked outfit that fails to live up to their end of contracts and then unlawfully retains deposits unless you sue them. I ordered a building from them a few years ago; and I still haven't gotten my deposit back despite several phone calls to their Boone, NC office, certified letters, and a formal complaint process with the NC Attorney General's Office. I ordered a building from these crooks - same as many other commenters have described: "We have a few "unclaimed' buildings that we're selling really cheap, just to get them out of our way." Total B.S. as they practically admitted to me themselves (I'll explain in a second). So, we arrange to have the building parts delivered to my property after the salesman himself physically walked around my property and stated that there would be no problem delivering the building. On the scheduled delivery date, some truck driver calls me and tells me that he will not drive into the city limits (where my property was located) and that I needed to get a truck and meet him at a rest area on the interstate (I95), transload the entire building from his truck, and then drive it to my property myself. Obviously, I had a little problem with that and he said he would just take my building back to Boone, NC. After repeated complaints, US Buildings did finally say that they would deliver the building to my property and help me unload it, but by then - over a year later - I was in the process of taking a new job in another state and didn't need the building at all. US Buildings in NC has been unlawfully holding onto my deposit (THEY breached the contract by failing to deliver at the specified time and place) since that time - about 3 years ago. Their office is in Boone, NC - the middle of nowhere - and there are very few attorneys in that area. However, there is one fellow there who may be able to help you; I'll be using him to file a law suit against US Buildings. I encourage everyone who has commented here to do the same. SUE US Buildings. Or, contact me @ [protected]@aol.com ; maybe we can all get together and file a class action suit against these crooks to put them out of business for good.