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Question DetailsAsked on 5/6/2011

Anyone hired Eric D. Smith or Homesmith LLC in Northern Virginia?

I gave Eric a check for $5000.00, a down-payment for an enclosed porch he was to build but I never saw Eric or my $5000.00 again. I believe he is still in the Virginia area, possibly Virgina Beach. He was living in Woodbridge, VA the first and last time I saw him. There is a Homesmith company listed in the Virgina Beach area but there is no LLC attached to its name. Eric's business card had LLC but neither he nor his business was licensed in VA .Eric came highly recommended by a Long Fence salesman who gave me Eric's business card and showed me a portfolio of pictures of Eric's past work. At that time, the Better Business Bureau had no information concerning Homesmith, LLC or Eric D. Smith. I am retired and in poor health and would greatly appreciate any information concerning his location and/or any work he may have done. He has had three judgements against him through Prince William County courts since he took my money and I would love to be able to get some if not all my of money back.

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He has had three judgements against him through Prince William County courts since he took my money and I would love to be able to get some if not all my of money back.

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Doesn't the court have an address for him, in light of these judgments? If your check was cashed, it seems to me someone could find out where his bank account is, and the bank should have an address for him.



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