We just got an email that blows up WICR’s claim that caused them to lose a 50K contract. In our lawsuit that we are defending against WICR, they claimed we have caused them to lose business. Maybe, but that’s only because consumers, when they have full access to all information, can make good decisions.

The email that was sent to WICR

I emailed the WICR client after noticing that WICR’s lawyers didn’t do a good job of redacting his email address and asked him why they decided to not do business with WICR. The answer is revealing, and one that every WICR client should take to heart and run away from this firm.

Good afternoon XXXXX,
I got your information from a WICR document in a court filing (they, XXXX  that is) who is suing me for a million… He really hates 
W i c r presented as “evidence” your short email from December 9th claiming because of my website he lost a 50k contract. 
To me a plain reading of your email appears to be a goodbye and good riddance to an asshole letter…
Wondering if you could comment on your intent as I’d like to use that in my defense against WICR and XXXXXX. 
I attached a copy of your email for review. Your certainly did dodge a bullet passing on wicr as your contractor. 
PS I’ve done work in the past for xxxxxx up here in shell beach…
Thank you Bill Leys

The client’s reply-


We passed on WICR because their contract protected only them and not us.  WICR played a bait and switch with their initial minimal page proposal and their “war and peace” length final contract.  When they sent over their final contract we decided to forgo working with them as it had so many pages of legalese protecting them from any liability and giving us no recourse if the job was not properly performed.  It was because of the contract, the lack of guarantee for the waterproofing and the odd way Mr. XXXXX communicated that I informed him we would not be contracting his services.

After this decision was made, and because of the red flags raised by the contract, I started researching WICR on the internet.  First on the CSLB and then on your site . The information I found on the CSLB was all I needed to confirm WICR was not a company with which I wanted to do business.   The information found on your site was just additional confirmation of my initial perception from their contract that WICR was quite familiar with litigation and that we had already made the correct decision in not working with them.  Your site did not influence my decision, it was only a small bit of information with the CSLB being the main red flag besides the contract verbiage that confirmed my decision was the correct one.  WICR’s contract was the deal breaker and I told Mr. XXXXX that more than once.  So now WICR is involved in litigation with you.  No surprise to me at all.”

Run, don’t walk away from WICR.

As to Peter Lindborg and his client-see you in court you lying pieces of shit.

“If it can be destroyed by the truth, it deserves to be destroyed by the truth.”  Commencing Operation Destroy in 3, 2, 1….

EFREN CONTRERAS WINS BACK HIS STOLEN WAGES FROM WICR -efren Contreras recuperating sis salarior robados de wicr

Were Your Wages Stolen? DIR Will Help You Regardless of Immigration Status 

Please note, Google translate was used to write the Spanish version.

In a case brought by Labor Commssioner/Department of Industrial Relations, representing former WICR employee Efren Contreras, Contreras won an award of $4,500.00 plus interest and expenses for a total of $4,832.16 for wages and expenses pursuant to Labor Code 98.1 (c)  En un caso presentado por el Comisionado Laboral / Departamento de Relaciones Industriales, en representación del ex empleado de WICR Efren Contreras, Contreras ganó un premio de $ 4,500.00 más intereses y gastos por un total de $ 4,832.16 por salarios y gastos de conformidad con el Código Laboral 98.1 (c)

If you worked “piece rate” and did not get paid or feel you were not paid correctly or that wages were stolen, DIR is who you need to speak with. First, they don’t care about immigration status at all, so don’t let that stop you. Second, they go after employers who don’t pay wages owed and will help you recover your money.  Si trabajó “a destajo” y no le pagaron o siente que no le pagaron correctamente o que le robaron el salario, DIR es con quien debe hablar. Primero, no les importa en absoluto el estado migratorio, así que no dejes que eso te detenga. En segundo lugar, persiguen a los empleadores que no pagan los salarios adeudados y le ayudarán a recuperar su dinero.

Read the documents here-Lea los documentos aquí-

Piece rate: What is accrued interest calculated in accordance with subdivision (c) of Labor Code 98.1? How is that interest calculated? Tasa por pieza: ¿Qué es el “interés acumulado calculado de acuerdo con la subdivisión (c) del Código Laboral 98.1”? ¿Cómo se calcula ese interés?

Labor Code section 98.1(c) provides for interest to accrue on all unpaid wages, from the date wages were due and payable, at the rate specified in subdivision (b) of Civil Code section 3289. The rate specified in Civil Code section 3289(b) is ten percent per annum simple interest. La sección 98.1 (c) del Código Laboral establece que se acumularán intereses sobre todos los salarios impagos, desde la fecha en que los salarios vencieron y se pagaron, a la tasa especificada en la subdivisión (b) de la sección 3289 del Código Civil. b) es el diez por ciento anual de interés simple.

The “date wages were due and payable” refers to the payday when the wages originally were due, and for purposes of Labor Code section 226.2, subdivision (b), corresponds to each payday covering work within the back pay period from July 1, 2012 through December 31, 2015. A different interest calculation is required for each payroll period for which any wages are due, extending from that payday until the date of payment. Thus, assuming the employer made these payments in July of 2016, exactly four years after the earliest payday in the period, it would require four years interest (4 years times 10% = 40%) on the additional wages due for that first pay period in July of 2012; and then 3 years and however many weeks interest on the wages due for the following payday; etc.; until arriving at the end of December of 2015, for which there would about 5% interest would have been required (10% per annum times six months = 5%). La “fecha de vencimiento y pago de los salarios” se refiere al día de pago cuando los salarios originalmente vencían, y para los propósitos de la sección 226.2 del Código Laboral, subdivisión (b), corresponde a cada día de pago que cubre el trabajo dentro del período de pago retroactivo desde el 1 de julio de 2012 hasta el 31 de diciembre de 2015. Se requiere un cálculo de intereses diferente para cada período de nómina por el cual se adeuda algún salario, que se extiende desde ese día de pago hasta la fecha de pago. Por lo tanto, suponiendo que el empleador realizó estos pagos en julio de 2016, exactamente cuatro años después del primer día de pago del período, requeriría cuatro años de interés (4 años multiplicado por 10% = 40%) sobre los salarios adicionales adeudados por ese primer período de pago. en julio de 2012; y luego 3 años y cuantas semanas de intereses sobre los salarios adeudados para el siguiente día de pago; etc .; hasta llegar a fines de diciembre de 2015, para lo cual se habría requerido alrededor del 5% de interés (10% anual multiplicado por seis meses = 5%).

Efren if you read this, contact us and let us know about your experiences with WICR. Efren, si lee esto, comuníquese con nosotros y háganos saber sus experiencias con WICR.

WICR Pisses Away 15K on Reputation Defender

Reputation Defender advertises it’s services to gullible people who think the service will save them from their own deeds. It won’t.

Reputations come from being honest, forthright and being highly ethical.

When you leave a trail of evidence of your misdeeds and someone published that evidence, it’s pretty hard to erase. There’s an old saying that says it takes a lifetime to build a reputation and only a second to destroy it.

However if you spend a lifetime as a grifter, that’s the reputation you’ve earned and will never shake off, no matter how much you spend on another grifter promising to help you… They’ll help you out of your money that is…

Reputation Defender Can’t Help Document Courtesy of Peter Lindborg

Readers, We Are Asking For Your Help!

W i c r leaks has been sued by w i c r.

Reputation Defender can’t protect you against the truth.

One of the things that they are asking for in addition to a million dollars in damages for allegedly smearing them in libeling them, Is removal of this website.

In a previous hearing we were encouraged to get a ruling from a judge that denied their request to remove the website or to prevent me from posting or publishing information about WICR or in filing complaints with the CSLB or the State bar against their attorneys.

What I’m asking from you is to leave in the comments below how we’ve helped you as you’ve done your research on companies that you may be considering hiring for your waterproofing needs. Did you find this website useful? Tell us how.

I appreciate your support by making comments below in support of this website.

Please note, be sure to use an alias instead of your real name. WICR’S lawyer will probably threaten you if you use your real name.

Devastating Reviews of WICR Waterproofing and Construction From Yelp! & Google… And now WICR is threatening it’s reviewers with suits!

All these reviews are found on Google reviews and Yelp! On Yelp be sure to scroll down to find reviews not currently recommended to see many hidden reviews.

We have a reader who posted a review telling us that their contract has a clause in it that there is a $10,000 penalty for leaving a bad review on Yelp. They said they received a demand letter to remove the review or else they would be sued. WICR may sue, but you can probably prevail given that consumers have rights to review and criticize businesses.

So that readers are aware and know their rights there is a “right to review law” in California. Part of this law makes it illegal to insert clauses in a contract that fines or otherwise penalizes a consumer for writing reviews on Yelp!, Google, Angie’s List etc. Known as the Yelp right to review law from a Utah case, this law gives consumers a way to fight back against unscrupulous companies like WICR. If you receive a demand letter because you wrote a Yelp review… File a complaint with the CSLB and send them a copy of your illegal contract… And while you’re at it you may want to file a complaint with the attorney general’s office as well. Do not let WICR’s attorneys letter threatening you with mayhem deter you. You can file a complaint with the State Bar that a licensed attorney is attempting to sue over an illegal clause. I don’t think the state bar will like that to much.

Take heed…
Take the advice and run the other way.
Know your rights and fight back against WICR!
Do not take WICR’s lawyers seriously, if they wrote The contract that includes these illegal clauses then they have a big problem with the state bar because writing illegal clauses in a contract for a client is against state bar rules and laws. File a complaint against Peter Lindborg online at the State bar website.

Exposing WICR Waterproofing & Constructions Business Practices