- Report: #1110530
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Interstate Roofing, Inc.
Interstate Roofing, Inc.1050 W. 47th Ave. Denver, Colorado USA
Interstate Roofing, Inc. Interstate, Interstateroof, Interstateroof.com Breach of Contract, Theft of Sales Commissions, Theft of Referrals, Violation of Wage and Tax Laws Denver Colorado
*Author of original report: MISUNDERSTANDINGS RESOLVED
*Author of original report: Spend Some Money and Get Some Real Advice
*Author of original report: Update Email to SD Customers FYI
*Consumer Comment: Salesmen Are Not Covered by Mechanics Lien
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: There Can Be Much More to Roofing Scams Than just Taking The Down Payment
*Author of original report: Complaint to Denver Law Enforcement and Denver News Outlets: Interstate Ignores Seniors' Concerns, then Laughs at Them.
*Author of original report: Another Lead Brian Bailey Tried to Steal From Me
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If you have been a "Independent Sales Sub," or a Roofing or other trades Subcontractor for Interstate Roofing, or if you are a former customer that has had issues with this company, please contact [three oh 3 four nine 5 4 eight twenty eight], or please comment through Ripoff Reports.
This is a serious effort to bring to light the 'dirty hidden secrets' of Interstate Roofing, Inc. and the storm restoration roofing industry in general. Most consumers do not know that all those people knocking on your door after a storm are unlicensed, are uninsured themselves, and can be of dubious background. Nowadays it is commonplace for contracting companies to hire "Independent Contractors" to avoid tax and insurance obligations, decreasing responsibility and increasing profits, shifting costs at the expense of the consumer and the subcontractor.
Endorsements and BBB ratings can be manipulated, so how can one really know how "legitimate" a contractor is in all respects? Since Interstate Roofing was bought out a few years ago [research online will show how much the previous owner is trying to distance himself from current management] the common theme and plan seems to be profiting as much by taking advantage of the salesmen and trade subs as by just doing good, honest work. [continued below]....
We claim that a few individuals within Interstate Roofing, Inc. have decided that they want to steal our book of business, and force us to do things contrary to 1099 status, and require us to behave as employees. If you are a true 1099 subcontractor, you have many rights and responsibilities that a Prime Contractor, no matter what they claim in their "Subcontractor Agreement," will try to limit for their own advantage, thinking you alone are not smart enough or have enough resources to fight their arbitrary, harmful treatment.
IF YOU ARE A HOMEOWNER, YOU NEED TO KNOW THAT IF A PRIME CONTRACTOR DOES NOT PAY ITS SUBS, THE SUBS ARE ALLOWED BY LAW TO FILE A MECHANICS LIEN ON YOUR PROPERTY UNTIL THE ISSUE IS RESOLVED--EVEN IF THE BILL HAS BEEN PAID IN FULL!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/26/2013 08:57 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Interstate-Roofing-Inc/Denver-Colorado-80211/Interstate-Roofing-Inc-Interstate-Interstateroof-Interstateroofcom-Breach-of-Contrac-1110530. 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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