Report: #1030557

Complaint Review: Ace Turn-key Solutions - Atlanta Georgia

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  • Reported By: Forest park Georgia
  • Ace Turn-key Solutions 455 Dekalb Industrial Way Ste. 3214 Atlanta, Georgia U.S.A.

Ace Turn-key Solutions ripoff Uncompleted construction contract fulfillment this company left my house uninhabitable Atlanta Georgia

*Consumer Suggestion: Insurance company didn't make sure repairs were done it sounds like

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This company was paid for a contract to redo my house from a fire. Yet my insurance company paid for it's completion. The job was not done. So in some was done by me.

Yet 3920.00 worth of work had not been completed. Also with numerous calls to this company fell on deaf ears. To date this company has not tried to make do of it's unprofessional contract dealings.

The expenses that I've absorbed for this companies mishaps put me in a bad economic debt.

Forest park, Georgia

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Insurance company didn't make sure repairs were done it sounds like

AUTHOR: Cindy - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Sunday, October 19, 2003
I'm not sure how your policy works or what your state laws are, but usually a major repair has to be inspected to show it was done and done right, before money is released. Maybe the amount of your repairs was under the limit for the company to come and make sure the work had been done. Some suggestions on what to do now: your state's insurance department and any state consumer protection agencies. If your state licenses contractors contact the licensing agency. That's a start. Good luck
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