- Report: #937183
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Complaint Review: NHE Certification Scam 8/12
NHE Certification Scam 8/12Internet United States of America
NHE Certification Scam 8/12 NHE Certification Scam- Scholarships NHE Certification Scam- Scholarships National Housing Endowment International Builders Internet
*Consumer Comment: NHE Certification Scam- Scholarships
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My wife and I attended a NHE seminar, supposedly sponged by The National Housing Endowment International Builders Scholarship Association to provide monetary support to NAHB Student Chapter members but I thin kit was just a hoax to get people to sign up on their $1000 builders certification program.
Know this and be warned, builders who show up at your door are usually there with ill-intent - not many are likely to show up and offer deals to customers if they are highly sought after. One of the most common builder scams is to show up with 'left-over' materials from a local job. The builder will then make you an offer that seems unbelievable and will promise you that they'll get the job done quickly as they're moving on to another soon. Never make a deal at your doorstep with a builder who is clearly trying this
scam out on you. Most of these builders are rogue traders and won't even have insurance. They're likely to be working on their own and without the backing of any reputable trade organization. This means that you have no fall back if something goes wrong and the lack of contract is probably going to work in their favor, not yours.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/05/2012 01:39 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/NHE-Certification-Scam-812/internet/NHE-Certification-Scam-812-NHE-Certification-Scam-Scholarships-NHE-Certification-Scam-S-937183. 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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