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deposit to Build sliding barn doors

Discussion in 'Consumer Fraud & Scams' started by Tim Howard, Jan 18, 2019.

  1. Tim Howard

    Tim Howard Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I hired a guy to build some sliding barn doors, He advised 4 weeks to complete.
    Its been 4 weeks and during the time, He has many times offered to send updated pictures ( none have been sent) So I still don't know if he has built or even working on them, earlier this week he stated they would be ready, not can't get an answer ( happens all the time )
    I can only contact thru Face Book messenger, the Phone number he gave is disconnected.
    I asked today which is past the dead line and he blew up about me asking.
    I don't think the doors have ever been started. He stated on the invoice it says non returnable deposit so he doesn't have to do anything.
    I haven't cancelled , i want my product or my money what can i do
    I have a ton of email/text about the progress and everything

    Thanks
    This is in Raleigh NC
     
  2. zddoodah

    zddoodah Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure you can do lots of things. One thing you might consider doing is giving him a drop dead date to deliver the doors and, if he fails to deliver, you can terminate the contract and sue in small claims court for the return of the deposit.
     

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