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It’s a copy of an email that was spammed to home inspectors, then copied and pasted to the message board … liar.

It’s a copy of an email that was spammed to home inspectors, then copied and pasted to the message board … liar.

Home inspectors receiving this solicitation by email should forward a copy to their state Department of Insurance and inquire if the solicitor is licensed in their state to provide and/or sell such a product.

Nathan… You ROCK!!! All my customers love Sewer|Gard.

It’s a copy of an email that was spammed to home inspectors, then copied and pasted to the message board … liar.

Home inspectors receiving this solicitation by email should forward a copy to their state Department of Insurance and inquire if the solicitor is licensed in their state to provide and/or sell such a product.

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It’s spam. STFU, kid, and go pickpocket a newby or something.

Are you saying SewerGard is another FREE service you’re so kind to give away? Or should I say trade for?

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It’s spam. STFU, kid, and go pickpocket a newby or something. This board is here to vet vendors and protect inspectors from people like you.

So are you saying SewerGard is another FREE service you’re so kind to give away? Or should I say trade for?

It’s spam. STFU, kid, and go pickpocket a newby or something. This board is here to vet vendors and protect inspectors from people like you.

It’s bad enough you are emailing this crap out to people who don’t want it and asked to be removed from your list. Now, you have to copy and paste it to the message board. Stick it up your as s.

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Nick Gromicko, the owner of this message board, has provided me with his permission and consent to exercise my right as a member and and use this message board to vet vendors.

Any vendor, such as the dishonest and unethical Thornberry, who wishes to visit this board to peddle his wares … does so with the full understanding that this policy exists.

He can threaten lawsuits until the cows come home. I don’t care. I’m not impressed with his lack of legal knowledge anymore than his lack of ethics.

As he attempts to create the impression of a frivolous lawsuit in this thread, he appears to have forgotten his private email assurance that one has already been filed “in federal court” several weeks ago … for refusing to lie for him and tell people he is “above board”.

As for this post that I reported as spam … it’s spam. Ask anyone who finds it in their spam filter.

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It’s spam, kid. STFU and go pickpocket a newby. If no one is listening to me … you have no damages, right? LOL What a s hithead.

It’s spam, kid. STFU and go pickpocket a newby. Your death threats are as bogus as your threats of frivolous lawsuits. LOL What a s hithead.

West Virginia AG warns consumers about water insurance scam

January 21, 2014, Charleston, WV — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warned consumers on Thursday about companies offering to sell insurance to cover sewer line, plumbing and water line repairs.

Morrisey gave the advice after a nine-county region in the state was impacted by a chemical leak. He said some companies attempt to take advantage of consumers in times of crisis.

“Any time you have a crisis or disaster, people will look for different ways to try to make money off of it,” Morrisey said.

“While many of these businesses are legitimate and want to assist homeowners, business owners and citizens in their time of need, others are not. Consumers should always do their homework prior to signing any agreement and look into whether the company offering the product is legitimate and if the product or service they are offering is really needed.

Morrisey provided consumers with tips about what to do if they are approached by companies selling insurance to cover plumbing repairs.

“As the water crisis continues, consumers may get many calls from businesses offering services that sound good but may not offer the services they need,” Morrisey said. “Take your time, weigh your options and do your homework. Never make a decision out of panic.”

Morrisey also warned consumers about price gouging when they decide to repair or replace appliances that could have been damaged by the chemical leak.

“Purchasing a new appliance, or repairing your existing one, can be a major expense that takes a big bite out of your budget,” Morrisey said. “Our goal is to help consumers make the best choice for themselves. The best way to ensure you are making a smart decision is to do research before deciding whether to repair or replace an appliance.”

[Free … or do they purchase it with the promise of meeting a lead quota? Looks like another typical Thornberry scam, to me.]

West Virginia AG warns consumers about water insurance scam

January 21, 2014, Charleston, WV — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warned consumers on Thursday about companies offering to sell insurance to cover sewer line, plumbing and water line repairs.

Morrisey gave the advice after a nine-county region in the state was impacted by a chemical leak. He said some companies attempt to take advantage of consumers in times of crisis.

“Any time you have a crisis or disaster, people will look for different ways to try to make money off of it,” Morrisey said.

“While many of these businesses are legitimate and want to assist homeowners, business owners and citizens in their time of need, others are not. Consumers should always do their homework prior to signing any agreement and look into whether the company offering the product is legitimate and if the product or service they are offering is really needed.

Morrisey provided consumers with tips about what to do if they are approached by companies selling insurance to cover plumbing repairs.

“As the water crisis continues, consumers may get many calls from businesses offering services that sound good but may not offer the services they need,” Morrisey said. “Take your time, weigh your options and do your homework. Never make a decision out of panic.”

Morrisey also warned consumers about price gouging when they decide to repair or replace appliances that could have been damaged by the chemical leak.

“Purchasing a new appliance, or repairing your existing one, can be a major expense that takes a big bite out of your budget,” Morrisey said. “Our goal is to help consumers make the best choice for themselves. The best way to ensure you are making a smart decision is to do research before deciding whether to repair or replace an appliance.”

[Free … or do they purchase it with the promise of meeting a lead quota? Looks like another typical Thornberry scam, to me.]