- Report: #990491
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Complaint Review: Deric Beaman Construction
Deric Beaman Construction2520 Zion Rd. Rives Junction, Michigan United States of America
Deric Beaman Construction D. Beaman Construction Fraud and unethical business practices has finally forced your business into bankruptcy!!! Rives Junction, Michigan
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When he asked for the first payment, monies for cracking the cement up and hauling it away, he said he would refund the $1000 from a different account in check form as we would deduct it from the final bill, but he needed money to pay for the tearing out and hauling of the concrete and instead of making the check out for $800 I wrote a check for an even $1000. On 10-25-12 when he poured the cement, I asked him about the $1000 dollars, if I could deduct it from my payment and he said no, he had the check already made out from his business account and it was in the mail, on its way to me. Although I should have not believed him, he seemed very friendly and interested in doing a good job for me and with his insistence of getting me my $200 over pay to me when I told him I didnt want him to continue with the drive way as it was taking to long, I thought his word was good and I trusted him. My mistake! Every other word out of Derics mouth was a lie as was the lie about having a check in the mail to me. In addition, he said there were extras that increased my bill but never told me what they were except for more square footage. I never authorized more square footage and he did not build any stairs for me to get from my front deck to the driveway which he was suppose to do. In essence, I basically wrote this contractor a blank check. I want others to know how he does business or lack of it so they do not make the same mistake I did. In addition, I have found that currently there has been a formal complaint filed against him and his company D. Beaman Construction, License number 2103157182, with the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, complaint # 319103.
Deric Scott Beaman, Owner of D. Beaman Construction Company committed fraud and continually lied to me regarding work dates and the $1,000 he owes me. In addition, there is some cracking of my driveway occurring by my side entrance door to my garage.
On 12-4-2012 I wrote Mr. Beaman a letter and sent it certified, telling him I wanted a copy of my original contract that I signed and my $1000 over payment. I sent the letter certified mail. On 1-2-2013 I picked up from the Post Office, my certified letter sent to D. Beaman Construction as it was not picked up by Deric Beaman. I have all my documentation of canceled checks, witness statements, and my letter sent him and certified receipts. On or around the week of December 17, I received notice from the United States Bankruptcy Court that Deric Scott Beaman has filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, case number 12-67185-swr. Therefore, my Small Claims Court filing of December 10, 2012 will go without resolution and the Taxpayers of the State of Michigan will be paying for his unethical business practices and poor quality of work as there is some cracking starting on my driveway by the side entrance door to my garage.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/03/2013 08:27 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Deric-Beaman-Construction/Rives-Junction-Michigan-49277/Deric-Beaman-Construction-D-Beaman-Construction-Fraud-and-unethical-business-practices-h-990491. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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