- Report: #1120913
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Complaint Review: Will Brown
Will Brown5014 Brooks Acres Circle Tampa, Florida USA
Will Brown, Willbur Brown, W.E. Brown Jr. : DBA Florida's Tru-Professionals Landscape and Construction fraud/theif in Florida, Georgia, and SC Tampa, Florida also Georgia & recently South Carolina Florida
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Beware of this fraud and common thief. Will Brown offers landscaping, maintenance, and general construction services to commercial and residential customers. In my case he began with very low prices to get a few small jobs around my home and was operating as the “Founder & CEO” of ‘Florida’s Tru-Professionals’. He claims to have a contractor’s license and full insurance coverage. Paperwork was on-hand as evidence. When a large landscaping project was ready to begin, he took several hundred dollars of down payment for the plants and left town. The work was never completed but for months he promised he would complete the project or return the money. Eventually he skipped town.
This man is a liar and a convicted fraud in Hillsborough County Florida. He always had excuses for late work or missed deadlines. [continued below]....
Wilbur Brown fancies himself an entrepreneur and renames his business as needed. He also claims to be a black belt, and likes to “thank God” and pretend to be a person of devout faith. He should not be trusted.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/04/2014 03:28 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Will-Brown/Tampa-Florida-33610/Will-Brown-Willbur-Brown-WE-Brown-Jr-DBA-Floridas-Tru-Professionals-Landscape-and-1120913. 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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