- Report: #1039007
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Complaint Review: Gary the handyman
Gary the handyman2416 Arbor View Dr. Cary Cary, North Carolina United States of America
Gary the handyman Gary Mueller Suite case company that doesn't pay it's subcontractors. Has unlicensed workers doing major electrical and plumbing changes. Cary, North Carolina
*Consumer Suggestion: Gary The Handyman 3/29/2013
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He hires starving sub contractors and pushes work on them that they are not qualified to do. He pays them what he wants to, not for the time it takes to do the work. He lures them in with promises of lots of work he has back logged. He them schedules them with small jobs, day on day off for a couple of weeks so they can't get any of their own work done. Short changes them on their pay and promises to take care of it on the next check. Until your in deep and then he won't pay at all. He even expects the subs to do all his accounting and collect from his customers, as well as deliver the check over to his apartment.
If your a sub contractor and work for this guy you won't make enough money to replace worn out tools, maintain your vehical, pay your taxes or afford insurance. Stay away, it probably won't be long before this guy skips town.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/29/2013 05:46 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Gary-the-handyman/Cary-North-Carolina-27519/Gary-the-handyman-Gary-Mueller-Suite-case-company-that-doesnt-pay-its-subcontractors-Ha-1039007. 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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