- Report: #159344
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Complaint Review: Lexington Homes Aka Craig Gallagher
Lexington Homes Aka Craig Gallagher5623 US Hwy 19 N STE 201 New Port Richey, Florida U.S.A.
Lexington Homes Aka Craig Gallagher, ripoff, decieved, Consumer Complaint, law suit, litigation, shoddy home constrution, Contract bait & switch New Port Richey Florida
*General Comment: Craig S Gallagher - Is now Gallagher Family Homes
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: And you just now decided to post this for what reason???
*General Comment: lexington gets knocked out
*Consumer Comment: its time these crooked & evil companies who seek to do harm to people get what they deserve
*Author of original report: LEXINGTON LOOSES LAWSUIT!!
*Author of original report: Lexington Homes Rip-off Update
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Notwithstanding, we just reieved a letter from from Lexington Homes aka Craig Gallagher's Attorney stating Lexingtons Homes request to withdraw from the contract, and the intent of keeping our $22,000 deposit as ransom for unspecified damages!? What?
OK. I know what your thinking. Your thinking, how can Lexington Homes get away with this injustus??? The Answer: They dont care!
They are the equivalent of a Modern day "Jesse James", Bonnie & Clyde, or John Dilligher. A company run by a bunch of family inbreds who take their orders from the Head Mob Boss Craig Gallagher. Why, just check out the Better Business Bureau for the TAMPA area, and you will find a " unsatisfactory rating " for Lexington Homes. If they dont perscibe to any ethical oversight watchdog, what you see, is what you get! Ripped-Off!
We are in process of pursuing legal action against Lexington Homes, whom claims the distinction of " Extreme Makeover " participant recently seen on TV in spring 2005. We say our experience with Lexington Homes & Craig Gallagher have been a " Extreme Ripoff " to say the least.
Our experience with Lexington Homes has been a nightmare. They have extorted, lied, cheeted, stolen, performed shoddy construction, used substandard building materials, ruined or damaged installed upgrades, and left our family homeless from the house that is righfully ours not to mention the $22k they stole from us. Lexington Homes even tried to Extort us into closing without running water, and faulty electrical lighting, and doors that would not shut properly.
It's incredible, and Craig Gallagher could care less! Their whole staff are the rudest people we have ever met which included using profanity in front of us,and in front of our children. Truely Lexington Homes has no shame.
It now looks like a judge will have to decide the fate of our $22,000 deposit, and home. Trust me, this whole process is a b***h, and its just going to get worse. We fully intend to take every measure possible to protect our interest. If Lexington Homes is doing this to us, they will do it to the next unsuspecting home buyer.
Take my advise, and use my experience to avoid making a $300k to $1mm mistake. There are professional reputable builders in the tampa area. Before choosing any builder, do your homeswork, and " Beware of Lexington Homes "!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/03/2005 07:44 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Lexington-Homes-Aka-Craig-Gallagher/New-Port-Richey-Florida-34655/Lexington-Homes-Aka-Craig-Gallagher-ripoff-decieved-Consumer-Complaint-law-suit-litig-159344. 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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