Questions & Answers › Need information to help with recovering moneys paid to fraudulent contractor.
October 14, 2021 at 3:12 pm #1686Dianna L.Guest
Are bank account balances available on the reports? I hired a contractor and come to find out his license/bond/insurance with the states of Oregon and Washington CCB (Construction Contractors Board) has been revoked. I want to see if he or his business has any assets like homes, properties, automobiles, etc. Then hire an attorney and go after him. Can you help me with this please?
It was supposed to be a 2 week job and after 8 weeks I called to check his CCB number he gave me and it wasn’t valid. I paid them over $11,000 for labor and $20,000 for material. Some material is missing. Poor work. I want to get my money back from the company the contractor works for.October 15, 2021 at 12:52 pm #1692AdminKeymaster
Thank you for your inquiry. We are sorry to read about what sounds like a frustrating situation.
It is not uncommon to see advertisements claiming that “hidden assets” and bank account balances can be ordered, but please be aware that, generally, that type of information must be obtained via a legal proceeding.
Our reports will include detailed search results for both the contractor and his company, location, identifying information, nationwide assets owned individually and by the business, and all the information listed in the service details. Here is the link to review the details: https://usassetrecords.com/product/individual-business-profile-report-creditor-status/
If you need a referral to specialist attorneys in your area, please let us know and we will forward information about preferred law firms near you. Thank you again and please let us know if you need more information.
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