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Husain Patni and Romesh Savanghan are two crooks selling faulty systems in Sri Lanka. I am a victim of them and Epigro on Jawatta. Be aware. The police are investigating. They contact me telling me that they offer the best Canadian systems for solar harvesting. But the systems dont work and break down constantly. You will also never get your money back as they will keep making excuses. They also sell hair wigs I understand which are just as useless and low quality. Wigs and solar panels what a business combination.
Got some solar panels installed from Epigro. Met this man Romesh Savanghan who I now think is a con man. He said they were good reliable systems. Paid Rs 500, 000 in Jan 2016 but after several months no system installed. After many calls and visits to their office they finally came and installed a system. It never worked from day 1. When they installed the system I had a gut feeling that there were issues as the so called engineers looked like two village bas and did not seem to have any clue about the installation of a high tech system. So now I lost Rs 500, 000 and now they keep promising to repair but have not come as yet. What can I do?
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