"Benfleet double glazing cowboys have ruined us"

"Double glazing cowboys have ruined us"

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MORE customers have come forward to claim they have been left thousands of pounds out of pocket by a closed double glazing and conservatory firm.

Yesterday, the Echo revealed Tujon based in High Road, Benfleet, had ceased trading despite taking money from customers and then not carrying out the work.

 

Echo:

Above: John Freedman

Below: The mess left in his garden

 

 

Echo:

Jeffrey and Monica Freedman, from Crosby Road, Westcliff, paid the firm £12,000 in total towards a £21,000 conservatory, but were left with nothing more than a pile of wood after workers for the firm ripped up decking just two days before the company vanished.

Now mum of two Nicky Collins, 37, from Neil Armstrong Way, Eastwood, has come forward to reveal she has had to cancel her wedding to fiance John Bassett to save money after the £14,000 conservatory she ordered from Tujon did not arrive.

Echo:

It's off: Nicky Collins, John Bassett with kids Bryce and Tegan

She said: “They are absolute cowboys and have ruined us. I have been in tears for twoweeks.

“The bricks are up, but there is no roof or windows and the doors are just hanging off.

“The garden looks like a building site.

“They even turned up mob handed to demand more money when it was me with my threeyear- old son Bryce.”

She has now had to bring in another firm to finish the job at a cost of a further £6,000.

Another angry customer is Leonie Sutton, 33, of Anthony Close, Canvey. She paid £5,000 towards a £9,200 conservatory only to have her garden ripped up and nothing else done.

Echo:

Left in the lurch: Leonie Sutton with daughter Amelia

The mother of two girls, Maddie, seven, and Amelia, four, said: “I have lost £5,000 and all they did was rip up our decking and leave our garden in a great big mess.

“They hired a skip and they have left it on the drive. They hired it in the name of another company and billed it to my address, so I would have been left paying more if we had not contacted the skip hire company.”

She said she believed Tujon had a good reputation, but still reluctantly agreed to pay two instalments on January 28 and February 8 before any work started.

However, in a letter dated Saturday, February 22 she was told the firm ceased trading at 5pm on February 21.

This was just an hour after Mr Freedman parted with nearly £8,000 towards his costs on the promise workers would return the following Monday.

Echo:

Desterted: Toujon's offices

All three victims have contacted Essex Police, but claim the force refuse to record it as a crime and insist it is a civil matter.

Miss Collins and Mrs Sutton also reported the firm to Essex Trading Standards who told them to write a letter to the untraceable firm demanding the work was finished under the Sale of Goods Act.

An Essex Police spokeswoman said: “There is no record of this company being reported on our system.”

A Trading Standards spokeswoman would not confirm if it was investigating the company.

The landlord of Tujon’s former offices said the firm told him it ceased trading in December and one of its former directors is squatting in a flat above the showroom.

Brian Larman, 81, from Thorpe Esplanade, Thorpe Bay, was taking legal advice on how to get Toujon out of his building when the firm closed down.

He said: “They shouldn’t have been in there anymore after December. That is when the licence expired.

“They told me they stopped trading in December and needed time to get their stuff out. I was being generous allowing them to stay and had no idea they were still taking money from clients.

“They were twomonths behind with the rent, plus this month.”

Father and son Colin, 54, and Scott Dear, 20, were directors of Tujon.

Scott Dear resigned in October and Colin Dear quit in January, according to Companies House, where the firm is still registered.

However, they were still involved in the business after these dates according to clients.

The only director listed now is Chris Smith, 31, of William Street, Reading, who neither the Echo or clients have been able to contact.

Mr Larman added: “Scott Dear is still living in the flat upstairs, while no rent is being paid. I am now trying to get him out.”

The Echo tried to contact Scott Dear, but there was no answer.

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7:43am Thu 6 Mar 14

DogsMessInLeigh says...

Chris Smith of reading....sounds like a made up name and address plucked from the net.
Chris Smith of reading....sounds like a made up name and address plucked from the net. DogsMessInLeigh
  • Score: 1

7:44am Thu 6 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

The awful truth is now arriving, and over time can only get worse.
Shoddy companies such as TUJON, and there are without doubt many like them, operate a pay now, and let us build it, they are non professional, in so far as offering discounts, for a cash settlement, up front.
This is all part of the scam, I hear one director from Tujon, has already set up a business of a similar nature, shrugging his financial responsibilities for previous complaints, under the bankruptcy rules.
When will people start waking up ? to the methods of the shoddy builder....
The awful truth is now arriving, and over time can only get worse. Shoddy companies such as TUJON, and there are without doubt many like them, operate a pay now, and let us build it, they are non professional, in so far as offering discounts, for a cash settlement, up front. This is all part of the scam, I hear one director from Tujon, has already set up a business of a similar nature, shrugging his financial responsibilities for previous complaints, under the bankruptcy rules. When will people start waking up ? to the methods of the shoddy builder.... carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: 9

7:59am Thu 6 Mar 14

SunflowerMum says...

My mum who is a pensioner placed an order with Tujon on 26th March 2013 with Sales Manager MR COLIN DEAR, she paid him a £445 deposit by cheque and was told the order would take 2-6 weeks. The deposit cheque was cashed the same day the order was placed.

Mum phoned the shop (75 High Road Benfleet) on numerous occasions to ask when her order would be installed only to be told that somebody would call her back and nobody ever did! Eventually the "Surveyor" came mid May and she thought the arrival of the door was imminent.

On 18th July 2013 she called again only to be told this time that TUJON was taken over in APRIL 2013 and is now TUJON Essex Ltd and nothing to do with TUJON and they will not fulfill the order so the deposit of £445 is lost and good luck trying to get it back! She asked who the new Managing Director is and was told MR COLIN DEAR at the same address, same telephone number and same website. Mum then received a call a couple of hours later from a "John" (number was withheld) who said her order had been overlooked and promised the order would be delivered within 2 weeks needless to say it never arrived! She followed Trading Standard's advice and tried to pursue it but to no avail and she didn't have the money to try taking it to court.
My mum who is a pensioner placed an order with Tujon on 26th March 2013 with Sales Manager MR COLIN DEAR, she paid him a £445 deposit by cheque and was told the order would take 2-6 weeks. The deposit cheque was cashed the same day the order was placed. Mum phoned the shop (75 High Road Benfleet) on numerous occasions to ask when her order would be installed only to be told that somebody would call her back and nobody ever did! Eventually the "Surveyor" came mid May and she thought the arrival of the door was imminent. On 18th July 2013 she called again only to be told this time that TUJON was taken over in APRIL 2013 and is now TUJON Essex Ltd and nothing to do with TUJON and they will not fulfill the order so the deposit of £445 is lost and good luck trying to get it back! She asked who the new Managing Director is and was told MR COLIN DEAR at the same address, same telephone number and same website. Mum then received a call a couple of hours later from a "John" (number was withheld) who said her order had been overlooked and promised the order would be delivered within 2 weeks needless to say it never arrived! She followed Trading Standard's advice and tried to pursue it but to no avail and she didn't have the money to try taking it to court. SunflowerMum
  • Score: 11

8:53am Thu 6 Mar 14

rayleigh123 says...

Why out of all the industries does double glazing suck in this type of scum

From the over zealous salesman to the thieves who run the businesses to the cowboys who install them.

Only double glazing as such a trrible name.

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Why out of all the industries does double glazing suck in this type of scum From the over zealous salesman to the thieves who run the businesses to the cowboys who install them. Only double glazing as such a trrible name. . . rayleigh123
  • Score: 5

8:56am Thu 6 Mar 14

aarontrophy says...

i understand that a deposit is 80% alway taken and thats just how it is but there should be a ducument that you and the director signs so if something was to happen you would get full refund
i understand that a deposit is 80% alway taken and thats just how it is but there should be a ducument that you and the director signs so if something was to happen you would get full refund aarontrophy
  • Score: 2

9:23am Thu 6 Mar 14

boo beckett says...

SunflowerMum wrote:
My mum who is a pensioner placed an order with Tujon on 26th March 2013 with Sales Manager MR COLIN DEAR, she paid him a £445 deposit by cheque and was told the order would take 2-6 weeks. The deposit cheque was cashed the same day the order was placed.

Mum phoned the shop (75 High Road Benfleet) on numerous occasions to ask when her order would be installed only to be told that somebody would call her back and nobody ever did! Eventually the "Surveyor" came mid May and she thought the arrival of the door was imminent.

On 18th July 2013 she called again only to be told this time that TUJON was taken over in APRIL 2013 and is now TUJON Essex Ltd and nothing to do with TUJON and they will not fulfill the order so the deposit of £445 is lost and good luck trying to get it back! She asked who the new Managing Director is and was told MR COLIN DEAR at the same address, same telephone number and same website. Mum then received a call a couple of hours later from a "John" (number was withheld) who said her order had been overlooked and promised the order would be delivered within 2 weeks needless to say it never arrived! She followed Trading Standard's advice and tried to pursue it but to no avail and she didn't have the money to try taking it to court.
Sounds like Section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006 to me. You've been deliberately mislead.
[quote][p][bold]SunflowerMum[/bold] wrote: My mum who is a pensioner placed an order with Tujon on 26th March 2013 with Sales Manager MR COLIN DEAR, she paid him a £445 deposit by cheque and was told the order would take 2-6 weeks. The deposit cheque was cashed the same day the order was placed. Mum phoned the shop (75 High Road Benfleet) on numerous occasions to ask when her order would be installed only to be told that somebody would call her back and nobody ever did! Eventually the "Surveyor" came mid May and she thought the arrival of the door was imminent. On 18th July 2013 she called again only to be told this time that TUJON was taken over in APRIL 2013 and is now TUJON Essex Ltd and nothing to do with TUJON and they will not fulfill the order so the deposit of £445 is lost and good luck trying to get it back! She asked who the new Managing Director is and was told MR COLIN DEAR at the same address, same telephone number and same website. Mum then received a call a couple of hours later from a "John" (number was withheld) who said her order had been overlooked and promised the order would be delivered within 2 weeks needless to say it never arrived! She followed Trading Standard's advice and tried to pursue it but to no avail and she didn't have the money to try taking it to court.[/p][/quote]Sounds like Section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006 to me. You've been deliberately mislead. boo beckett
  • Score: 6

10:11am Thu 6 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

boo beckett wrote:
SunflowerMum wrote:
My mum who is a pensioner placed an order with Tujon on 26th March 2013 with Sales Manager MR COLIN DEAR, she paid him a £445 deposit by cheque and was told the order would take 2-6 weeks. The deposit cheque was cashed the same day the order was placed.

Mum phoned the shop (75 High Road Benfleet) on numerous occasions to ask when her order would be installed only to be told that somebody would call her back and nobody ever did! Eventually the "Surveyor" came mid May and she thought the arrival of the door was imminent.

On 18th July 2013 she called again only to be told this time that TUJON was taken over in APRIL 2013 and is now TUJON Essex Ltd and nothing to do with TUJON and they will not fulfill the order so the deposit of £445 is lost and good luck trying to get it back! She asked who the new Managing Director is and was told MR COLIN DEAR at the same address, same telephone number and same website. Mum then received a call a couple of hours later from a "John" (number was withheld) who said her order had been overlooked and promised the order would be delivered within 2 weeks needless to say it never arrived! She followed Trading Standard's advice and tried to pursue it but to no avail and she didn't have the money to try taking it to court.
Sounds like Section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006 to me. You've been deliberately mislead.
Its a civil matter, you will have to pursue them your self through the courts
[quote][p][bold]boo beckett[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SunflowerMum[/bold] wrote: My mum who is a pensioner placed an order with Tujon on 26th March 2013 with Sales Manager MR COLIN DEAR, she paid him a £445 deposit by cheque and was told the order would take 2-6 weeks. The deposit cheque was cashed the same day the order was placed. Mum phoned the shop (75 High Road Benfleet) on numerous occasions to ask when her order would be installed only to be told that somebody would call her back and nobody ever did! Eventually the "Surveyor" came mid May and she thought the arrival of the door was imminent. On 18th July 2013 she called again only to be told this time that TUJON was taken over in APRIL 2013 and is now TUJON Essex Ltd and nothing to do with TUJON and they will not fulfill the order so the deposit of £445 is lost and good luck trying to get it back! She asked who the new Managing Director is and was told MR COLIN DEAR at the same address, same telephone number and same website. Mum then received a call a couple of hours later from a "John" (number was withheld) who said her order had been overlooked and promised the order would be delivered within 2 weeks needless to say it never arrived! She followed Trading Standard's advice and tried to pursue it but to no avail and she didn't have the money to try taking it to court.[/p][/quote]Sounds like Section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006 to me. You've been deliberately mislead.[/p][/quote]Its a civil matter, you will have to pursue them your self through the courts carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: 0

10:14am Thu 6 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

rayleigh123 wrote:
Why out of all the industries does double glazing suck in this type of scum

From the over zealous salesman to the thieves who run the businesses to the cowboys who install them.

Only double glazing as such a trrible name.

.
.
Why ?simple, so many people are oh so Gullible, and trusting, those builders mug those off, who show such behaviour..
[quote][p][bold]rayleigh123[/bold] wrote: Why out of all the industries does double glazing suck in this type of scum From the over zealous salesman to the thieves who run the businesses to the cowboys who install them. Only double glazing as such a trrible name. . .[/p][/quote]Why ?simple, so many people are oh so Gullible, and trusting, those builders mug those off, who show such behaviour.. carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: -1

10:23am Thu 6 Mar 14

the citizen says...

This is very sad...and unnecessary. It's time for deposits to be independently insured (NOT arranged by the company doing the work) or held by an independent - to be returned if a company goes to the wall. It is illegal to trade on deposits, so if a company demands more than 10% alarm bells should ring. Having worked in this industry I am aware of the appalling treatment of householders by (mainly) local companies who go in and out of business regularly and move the Directorships around to different individuals, or start up multiple companies with similar names to stay in business after each company bankruptcy or closure. Many years ago I use to work with a major national company who have now been in business for nearly 50 years. They may not be everyone's affordability, and I know they have made a few howlers, but there are very few companies who actually outlast their guarantees. Be wiser and pay a proper price. If it's cheap....it may be too good to be true. There are good alternatives...but look at Companies House to see if there is any negative trading history. Even £1000 is too much if the company is about to go bust. We used to carry information on all our competitors to help prevent customers making poor choices. Customers deserve to know the truth.
This is very sad...and unnecessary. It's time for deposits to be independently insured (NOT arranged by the company doing the work) or held by an independent - to be returned if a company goes to the wall. It is illegal to trade on deposits, so if a company demands more than 10% alarm bells should ring. Having worked in this industry I am aware of the appalling treatment of householders by (mainly) local companies who go in and out of business regularly and move the Directorships around to different individuals, or start up multiple companies with similar names to stay in business after each company bankruptcy or closure. Many years ago I use to work with a major national company who have now been in business for nearly 50 years. They may not be everyone's affordability, and I know they have made a few howlers, but there are very few companies who actually outlast their guarantees. Be wiser and pay a proper price. If it's cheap....it may be too good to be true. There are good alternatives...but look at Companies House to see if there is any negative trading history. Even £1000 is too much if the company is about to go bust. We used to carry information on all our competitors to help prevent customers making poor choices. Customers deserve to know the truth. the citizen
  • Score: 3

11:46am Thu 6 Mar 14

dbernard says...

I don't know why people never learn and just use Smith Glass. They are a local company and were in Benfleet for 30 odd years before moving to a bigger place in Basildon, I've used them many times and always been very happy over the years.
I don't know why people never learn and just use Smith Glass. They are a local company and were in Benfleet for 30 odd years before moving to a bigger place in Basildon, I've used them many times and always been very happy over the years. dbernard
  • Score: -9

12:00pm Thu 6 Mar 14

boo beckett says...

carnmountyouknowitma
kessense
wrote:
boo beckett wrote:
SunflowerMum wrote:
My mum who is a pensioner placed an order with Tujon on 26th March 2013 with Sales Manager MR COLIN DEAR, she paid him a £445 deposit by cheque and was told the order would take 2-6 weeks. The deposit cheque was cashed the same day the order was placed.

Mum phoned the shop (75 High Road Benfleet) on numerous occasions to ask when her order would be installed only to be told that somebody would call her back and nobody ever did! Eventually the "Surveyor" came mid May and she thought the arrival of the door was imminent.

On 18th July 2013 she called again only to be told this time that TUJON was taken over in APRIL 2013 and is now TUJON Essex Ltd and nothing to do with TUJON and they will not fulfill the order so the deposit of £445 is lost and good luck trying to get it back! She asked who the new Managing Director is and was told MR COLIN DEAR at the same address, same telephone number and same website. Mum then received a call a couple of hours later from a "John" (number was withheld) who said her order had been overlooked and promised the order would be delivered within 2 weeks needless to say it never arrived! She followed Trading Standard's advice and tried to pursue it but to no avail and she didn't have the money to try taking it to court.
Sounds like Section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006 to me. You've been deliberately mislead.
Its a civil matter, you will have to pursue them your self through the courts
Not if they took the money without any intention of doing the work. If they knew they couldn't do it and still took the money then it's fraud. The fact that the same guy has had the funds to start a new business shows that he just kept the money and had no intention of carrying out the work. Normally the threat of criminal action is enough to get people like this to pay up.
[quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boo beckett[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SunflowerMum[/bold] wrote: My mum who is a pensioner placed an order with Tujon on 26th March 2013 with Sales Manager MR COLIN DEAR, she paid him a £445 deposit by cheque and was told the order would take 2-6 weeks. The deposit cheque was cashed the same day the order was placed. Mum phoned the shop (75 High Road Benfleet) on numerous occasions to ask when her order would be installed only to be told that somebody would call her back and nobody ever did! Eventually the "Surveyor" came mid May and she thought the arrival of the door was imminent. On 18th July 2013 she called again only to be told this time that TUJON was taken over in APRIL 2013 and is now TUJON Essex Ltd and nothing to do with TUJON and they will not fulfill the order so the deposit of £445 is lost and good luck trying to get it back! She asked who the new Managing Director is and was told MR COLIN DEAR at the same address, same telephone number and same website. Mum then received a call a couple of hours later from a "John" (number was withheld) who said her order had been overlooked and promised the order would be delivered within 2 weeks needless to say it never arrived! She followed Trading Standard's advice and tried to pursue it but to no avail and she didn't have the money to try taking it to court.[/p][/quote]Sounds like Section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006 to me. You've been deliberately mislead.[/p][/quote]Its a civil matter, you will have to pursue them your self through the courts[/p][/quote]Not if they took the money without any intention of doing the work. If they knew they couldn't do it and still took the money then it's fraud. The fact that the same guy has had the funds to start a new business shows that he just kept the money and had no intention of carrying out the work. Normally the threat of criminal action is enough to get people like this to pay up. boo beckett
  • Score: 7

12:11pm Thu 6 Mar 14

rayleigh123 says...

aarontrophy wrote:
i understand that a deposit is 80% alway taken and thats just how it is but there should be a ducument that you and the director signs so if something was to happen you would get full refund
Do you think these SCUM would honour such arrangements - not worth the paper it is printed on comes to mind.

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[quote][p][bold]aarontrophy[/bold] wrote: i understand that a deposit is 80% alway taken and thats just how it is but there should be a ducument that you and the director signs so if something was to happen you would get full refund[/p][/quote]Do you think these SCUM would honour such arrangements - not worth the paper it is printed on comes to mind. . . . rayleigh123
  • Score: 3

1:33pm Thu 6 Mar 14

emcee says...

Firstly, on the face of it, this does seem to point to a clear case of fraud. Just because Essex Police are too lazy to investigate does not alter this fact. If it was me I would be making a complaint to the IPCC for the failure of Essex Police to investigate.
Secondly, it is about time the law on company ownership was tightened. It is far too easy for individuals to wind a company up because of cashflow "mismanagement" and start a new one and be able to wipe the debt slate clean. All business debt should be transferable and the law should make individual company directors more responsible for their business's finances.
Firstly, on the face of it, this does seem to point to a clear case of fraud. Just because Essex Police are too lazy to investigate does not alter this fact. If it was me I would be making a complaint to the IPCC for the failure of Essex Police to investigate. Secondly, it is about time the law on company ownership was tightened. It is far too easy for individuals to wind a company up because of cashflow "mismanagement" and start a new one and be able to wipe the debt slate clean. All business debt should be transferable and the law should make individual company directors more responsible for their business's finances. emcee
  • Score: 8

2:32pm Thu 6 Mar 14

dbernard says...

It depends if they have been wound up or if they have done it themselves, if they have been wound up then the authority will look into the company to see if they were wrongful trading (continuing to take money with no realistic expectation of doing the work) then if they are found to have been wrongful trading that can be a prisonable offence.
It depends if they have been wound up or if they have done it themselves, if they have been wound up then the authority will look into the company to see if they were wrongful trading (continuing to take money with no realistic expectation of doing the work) then if they are found to have been wrongful trading that can be a prisonable offence. dbernard
  • Score: 2

7:05pm Thu 6 Mar 14

Idontknowy says...

Well everybody now knows one of the owners, Scott Dear, is living in the flat above his company Maybe worth you getting together at a set time and demanding your money back ....................
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As for the police - surely this is fraud or obtaining money by pecunary advantage - both illegal
Well everybody now knows one of the owners, Scott Dear, is living in the flat above his company Maybe worth you getting together at a set time and demanding your money back .................... .................... ............ As for the police - surely this is fraud or obtaining money by pecunary advantage - both illegal Idontknowy
  • Score: 3

8:00pm Thu 6 Mar 14

Peter67 says...

Note to all residents - you are safer using companies registered with Essex trading Standards Buy With Confidence scheme. They are all vetted by Trading Standards so at least you know you are employing a bona fide professional tradesman. I think SFX in Benfleet belong to this scheme.
www.whocanyoutrust.o
rg.uk
Note to all residents - you are safer using companies registered with Essex trading Standards Buy With Confidence scheme. They are all vetted by Trading Standards so at least you know you are employing a bona fide professional tradesman. I think SFX in Benfleet belong to this scheme. www.whocanyoutrust.o rg.uk Peter67
  • Score: 0

9:29pm Thu 6 Mar 14

DogsMessInLeigh says...

Peter67 wrote:
Note to all residents - you are safer using companies registered with Essex trading Standards Buy With Confidence scheme. They are all vetted by Trading Standards so at least you know you are employing a bona fide professional tradesman. I think SFX in Benfleet belong to this scheme.
www.whocanyoutrust.o

rg.uk
but will trading standards refund any dosh you lose if one of the businesses goes tit$ up thats on the scheme..?
[quote][p][bold]Peter67[/bold] wrote: Note to all residents - you are safer using companies registered with Essex trading Standards Buy With Confidence scheme. They are all vetted by Trading Standards so at least you know you are employing a bona fide professional tradesman. I think SFX in Benfleet belong to this scheme. www.whocanyoutrust.o rg.uk[/p][/quote]but will trading standards refund any dosh you lose if one of the businesses goes tit$ up thats on the scheme..? DogsMessInLeigh
  • Score: 0

7:56am Fri 7 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

carnmountyouknowitma
kessense
wrote:
rayleigh123 wrote:
Why out of all the industries does double glazing suck in this type of scum

From the over zealous salesman to the thieves who run the businesses to the cowboys who install them.

Only double glazing as such a trrible name.

.
.
Why ?simple, so many people are oh so Gullible, and trusting, those builders mug those off, who show such behaviour..
GULLIBLE and far too trusting, when will people learn, 17 have...
[quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rayleigh123[/bold] wrote: Why out of all the industries does double glazing suck in this type of scum From the over zealous salesman to the thieves who run the businesses to the cowboys who install them. Only double glazing as such a trrible name. . .[/p][/quote]Why ?simple, so many people are oh so Gullible, and trusting, those builders mug those off, who show such behaviour..[/p][/quote]GULLIBLE and far too trusting, when will people learn, 17 have... carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: -2

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