Report: #1488057

Complaint Review: TBO3 - Eagle Idaho

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  • Reported By: Flabbergasted — Payette Idaho United States
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  • TBO3 835 Los Luceros Dr Eagle, Idaho United States

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Watch out!  Ted took a large ($6,400) deposit for a vinyl installation job and promptly went completely AWOL for 7 weeks. After pressuring him, he came and did a few hours of shoddy work - so bad he seemed to be trying to get "fired."

We had no choice but to cancel the project and ask for a refund.  He gave us no refund and didn't finish the job. We got scammed for $6,400.00.

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#5 General Comment

So, to set the story straight....

AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Saturday, November 30, 2019

 1. I am not Ted. This is a version of the "you question me, therefore you must work for them" meme that is rife throughout this site.

2. The OP said that Ted was referred by Home Depot. Now we're told he was dismissed by Home Depot. Why would HD refer someone they dismissed? If they dismissed him AFTER they referred him, this doesn't matter- HD would still be liable for the job.

I do not believe they would have referred someone they had let go, that makes zero sense. Sorry, but this story doesn't add up. It sounds to me like the OP decided Home Depot's (insured, bonded) prices were too high, and someone at HD said "well, there's this unemployed handyman we fired, he could do it, but he's not our responsibility" and the OP went for it to save a few bucks.

Stupid, stupid, stupid. If the guy was a licensed Home Depot contractor, your argument is with Home Depot, not this guy. I can't make it any clearer- but I am starting to suspect that the true story isn't as flattering to you as your version, so I'll just get accused of being this Ted guy again. What the F--k ever.

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#4 Consumer Comment

TBO3 Ted Overy Dishonest

AUTHOR: Taud - (United States)

POSTED: Saturday, November 23, 2019

 Ted Overy is a dishonest. I suspec tthe joker with stupid tax comment is actually Ted himself. Ted would like everybody to believe that there is no resonable recourse for theft. That naiveity has a cost. It was deserved. Ted " was " a Home Depot contractor who they dismissed.

The State if Idaho is putting his licsense on the table at the moment. I suggest putting resonsibility where it clearly lays on Ted Overy , the theif. Not on the victim. There are crappy contractors who produce shoddy work.

Then there is Ted, far worse because he maliciously cons. I can tell you this much never trust sombody who cant offer trust themselves. Good luck Joker!!

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#3 General Comment

Then your complaint makes no sense

AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, November 22, 2019

 If that's true, and this guy was an employee of The Home Depot, then your beef is with Home Depot, not with him. I don't know why you'd be trying to deal with the individual working out of Home Depot instead of the company itself....unless you are saying Home Depot SUGGESTED this "handyman" and he is not in any way legally affiliated with Home Depot, in which case my original point stands because you have no contract with Home Depot. If a Sears repairman failed to show up and do the repair job, I wouldn't call him a scammer- I'd be contacting SEARS and demanding they do the job THEY contracted for. I suspect this guy has nothing to do with Home Depot and you are trying to make yourself look more diligent than you were when hiring him. If I'm wrong, you need to stop worrying about this guy and go after Home Depot. Stop being silly.

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#2 Author of original report

Think before you post

AUTHOR: Joshua - (United States)

POSTED: Thursday, November 21, 2019

He is licensed and insured and is a "Home Depot Pro" contractor and was referred by Home Depot.

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#1 General Comment

Another Handyman Story...

AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Thursday, November 21, 2019

 I do not understand why anyone hires these fly-by-night unbonded, uninsured, unlicensed scam artists who laughingly call themselves "Handymen." Use actual businesses with insurance and you don't have these problems. This guy is probably untouchable in court because he has no assets. He has your money and no incentive to do anything. You paid the stupid tax. I think you're pretty much stuck.

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