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Question DetailsAsked on 5/5/2011

Where can I expose a bad home contractor in Ohio?

I have been attempting to sue a dishonest Home Contractor for over a year. The courts postpone, then suggest Mediation...which the contractors want to choose (at their leisure) Mediators and waste time Well, I have gotten to the point where I have nearly spent more than half of my (owed money) on lawyers and associated costs. If I continue, it will be like throwing good money after bad! If I drop my suit..where else can I post warnings (to the public) that would be seen in OHIO. The contractors have much previous experience at being suied. I have been through the BBB and the Attorney General's office, and RipOff Report, and Angies List.

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Have you tried your local television stations that have consumer watchdog programs?

Answered 9 years ago by Cybrchk08


Thank you. Well, I live way out in the country and there is no local television stations here. (I am 3 hours from Columbus, Ohio)

I did put an email out to the closest Consumer Division of the Television Station IN THE AREA WHERE the Dishonest Contractors are. (which is an hour away from the contractor's actual location) (Canton, Ohio area)

They May or may not be able to do a story on them. The Dishonest Contractor story seems to be a common tale.

I was looking more for Internet Areas of Interest to the Public.

If you know any other resource... PLEEEEZE let me know!!

Thank U So Much !

Answered 8 years ago by kosmikkat


I had this problem 10 years ago with a company here I Omaha, Nebraska it costed me $2.800.00 dollars for a rubber flat roof I got a new one because it was leaking I took video before they worked on my roof showing were the roof was leaking . 2 weeks after the new roof was on it was still leaking in the same place I made a video of it and took them to court the judge looked at the video before and and after same leak $2.800.00 later and rule on their behalf .. via mail, If I then what I know now call the news media put them on the news.

Answered 8 years ago by koyoshi

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