- Report: #771808
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Ronald Scott Hanson
Ronald Scott Hanson3526 Lakeview Pkwy, STE B #215 Rowlett, Texas United States of America
Ronald Scott Hanson D/FW Cedar Constructions, Pools, Spas, & Sunrooms Breach of Contract, 95% paid but only 50% work completed Rowlett, Texas
*Author of original report: You've succeeded... in tiring me of me reading the SAME thing over and over...
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: MISDIRECTION?!? NO... YOUR WORDS. The Words Of A Deadbeat Who Dictates The Rules.
*Author of original report: Misdirection Scott? Okay.. I'll play along...
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: WRONG AGAIN, DEADBEAT. You really over estimate yourself.
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: LETS LOOK AT WHAT GIO SPRATTLING AGREED TO vs. what he says he will or wont do. Accept or wont accept.
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Lets PUT UP, and See if GIO SHUTS UP.
*Author of original report: You are full of excuses... prove me wrong by linking PUBLIC records...
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Gio Sprattling says it, does not make it so.
*Author of original report: Here are the evictions and then some.. as promised...
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: TIME WILL TELL
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Same old Same old.
*Author of original report: Still at it Scott?
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Adhere to the contract
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Darlene Maxwell has been proved to be a fraud on this site.
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Typical Scott MO
*Author of original report: Looks like others are in process of filing suit as well...
*Author of original report: You are a hilarious character Ron. Your hollow threats mean nothing...
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Burning Gunite Companies statement.
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Judge Roy Bean court means nothing!
*Author of original report: Case heard in front of Denton County Judge - "Judgement for the Plaintiff"
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Voice of unreasonable Logic.
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Voice of reason from a buyers point of view, NOT from a business mans point of view.
*Consumer Comment: Contract or not, seems contractor created a scenario ripe for problems
*Author of original report: It hards to validate statements on the internet...
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Continued Half Truths, Denials, Distortions and Omissions.
*Author of original report: Response to Ronald Scott Hanson, who also emails by the name of "Michael Hanson"
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: One Way Logic and the missing Facts!
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My wife and I met him at the Dallas Home Show in March of 2011, at the Cowboys Stadium. He came out and gave us an estimate, told us everything we wanted to hear, and we came into an agreement on March 26, 2011.
The agreement was structured in a way that I'd have to pay up front for each major phase of the project. Which seems to have come back to bite me in the a$$. It was also stipulated that the contract period was *supposed* to be "30 working days".
From the onset of the project, we ran into delays. During the excavation (Mid April 2011) rock was encountered, during excavation, and although I didn't like it, I paid an additional $1500 for the excavation effort, and in was stated in the contract.
It took over a week for him to provide me with the "rock dig" addendum. He said he was "waiting on the invoice from the excavation company". At any rate, it got us to the point of mid May before being able to schedule Gunite. Gunite was done around May 20th. After it was done, I was instructed to water during the "curing" process. In the meantime, I'd had zero visits from Scott or his crew, while I've been constantly trying to get an update since we were nearing target completion of June 10th.
The 2nd week of June, and Scott assures me that there's less than a week needed to complete the pool. He comes asking for the next payment, and stated he needed to get coping and tile ordered (1 box of tile, and about 40 or so plaster coping blocks). Gave me an estimate of "48 hour" for coping to be ready since it was a "customer order". 48 hours comes and goes, and I don't see the coping delivered until 5 days later.
Which brings me to this point. Here I am, September 1st, and my project sitting uncompleted. Coping didn't get done until August 9th. Prior to that, Scott's crew came out and did less than 8 hours of work. ~2-4 hours on tile install and partial rock install for "weeping wall". Another 2-4 hours doing decking prep and spreading sand/dirt. Nothing as it related to the costs I paid.
In the interim, I've received notices from the Gunite company that a Lien will be placed against my home for non-payment from Scott.
Also, I've got to engage other companies to complete his partial work and pay a premium.
I'm in the process of filing a lawsuit.
Anyone *considering* doing business with them... be WARY. Don't fall for his "bait and switch" tactics. Verbally promises something, but doesn't deliver. When confronted, refers back to his written contract.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/01/2011 07:55 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ronald-Scott-Hanson/Rowlett-Texas-75088/Ronald-Scott-Hanson-DFW-Cedar-Constructions-Pools-Spas-Sunrooms-Breach-of-Contract-771808. 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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