- Report: #1082799
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Complaint Review: Power Structural Engineers
Power Structural Engineers22032 Esplendor, Suite 201 Mission Viejo, California USA
Power Structural Engineers Martin Power WOLF DRESSED IN SHEEP CLOTHING Mission Viejo California
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Martin Power owner of Power Structural Engineers
Is a heartless thief, I found him on the Internet hired him to do house structure evaluation of building an un-ppermitted heavy roof Spanish clay tile to comply with city of Riverside, CA. He took advantage of my precarious situation with city violation red tag my house.
I followed his recommendations, he charged me $2350.00 for drawings that where presented 3 times being rejected by city officials not being accurate and obsolete calculations. [continued below]....
I tried to call him email but no response when I did not agreed to pay him more. It has been three months I have hired someone else to solve my problem with less than half of what I paid this THIEF.
I will take this man to small claims court to try to recover my money and the money I paid the contractor who picked his drawings from his house 3 times to present to city.
He is a plain crook who calls himself a devoted Christian
Beware of this wolf dressed in sheep clothing
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/08/2013 09:32 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Power-Structural-Engineers/Mission-Viejo-California-92691/Power-Structural-Engineers-Martin-Power-WOLF-DRESSED-IN-SHEEP-CLOTHING-Mission-Viejo-Cali-1082799. 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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