June 3, 2012 – I have received a money order from Meerkat Construction. The money order is a final payment of 3 payments this company has sent me. I no longer have a complaint with this company. I will leave this blog up for another month so that anyone who finds it will know that this company made good on its obligation.
June 8, 2012 would have been the 7 month mark from the point that this complaint was started.
I appreciate that Kevin Thomas/Meerkat Construction did the right thing by paying me back.
On July 4th or there abouts I will remove all posts from this blog and will allow the website to lapse, in other words, I will not renew it.
This complaint has ended. It is done.
I want to thank the Ohio Attorney General’s Office for all of their help.
Please double check any info you find on the BBB website.
This was my plan. Perhaps it will help you.
- File Criminal Charges of Theft, Fraud, Passing Bad Checks. Circumstantial evidence does count.
- Contact the Ohio Attorney General www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov or your state’s attny general
- File a complaint with the Secretary of State of Ohio to revoke a contractor’s license or your state’s office
- Contact the Auditor of the State of Ohio (possible tax evasion) or your state’s office
- Contact the Dayton Chamber of Commerce or your city’s office
- Advise the BBB to downgrade this business/or to take away accreditation altogether
- Contact Sherrod Brown, current representative or your representative
- Contact Jim Boehner, current Speaker of the House of Representatives, US Congress or your representative
- Contact Channel 2, Channel 45, Channel 7. Current local TV Stations or your local TV stations
- Hire a lawyer and file a suit
- Contact the Federal IRS about possible tax evasion
- Contact the Ohio Department of Commerce or your state’s office
- Small Claims Court (which costs money)
- Contact the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation or your state’s office
- Contact Internet Crime Compliant Center. www.complaint.ic3.gov
- Contact Dayton Daily News or your local newspaper
- Contact Dayton Business Journal or your local business association
- Write Reviews on online business reference sites and other sites
Good Luck to all consumers.
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