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From the Superior Court Files In San Bernadino What CSLB won’t publish but we will

 

citation page 2citation page 3DAVID LEON MAZOR, AKA KROBINSKI MAZOR, CITED FOR VIOLATION OF FOUR BUSINESS & PROFESSIONS CODES!

WICR NEVER HAD A COMPLAINT AGAINST THEM UNDER FRED WANKE, WITHIN MONTHS OF MAZOR TAKING OVER THEY GET THEIR FIRST! 

Well well. Well, well well well…the veil is cracking open.

We don’t know the what’s about the case, but we do know that CSLB has accepted a stipulation from Mazor to settle a complaint with David Mazor, AKA Drobinski Mazor AKA David Krubinski, AKA David Leon Mazor.

Four specific complaints in fact. Click here to see them at cslb’s website. My opinion is in parenthesis ( )

  1. Departed from trade standards (Means they didn’t do it right!)
  2. Violated building law – no permit (Means they cheated because they knew their crap work wouldn’t pass)
  3. Exceeded down pymnt of $1000 or 10% whichever is least (Stole $ from the owner)
  4. Exceeded contract (Stole $ from the owner)

What we also know is that typically CSLB will accept a stipulation from a first time offender in exchange for the offenders “admission” of guilt/wrongdoing. Documents aren’t posted online for the public to read (probably a good thing eh Dave?). These violations also come with civil penalties that are assessed, ranging from $100 to $5,000 for each complaint, plus CSLB usually wants it’s investigative costs which can run into the thousands of dollars. We don’t know whether any and how much the penalties may have been.

In exchange, a complaint disclosure stays on the license for 5 years, after which if no further offenses have occurred, then it drops off.

But reading between the lines, these are serious issues that have been disclosed. And Mazor isn’t totally stupid with a lawyer wife behind him. So he must have known that WICR would seriously lose this case in order to stipulate and just have this disclosure up here.  Behind the scenes they probably agreed to also pay damages, or got their insurance company to pay…

Usually though they have to make the repairs, get the permits, make everything right and that could cost tens of thousands or more.

Here’s the funniest fucking thing of all, David Mazor drops an email on me 6 days before this was posted by CSLB, saying take down WICRLeaks.com because it’s slanderous and libelous or I’ll sue you and email all these people and tell them what you are and blah blah blah blah (It’s not) Well, scandalous maybe, is that what you meant Dave? So know here we are, with Dave fucking knowing that CSLB was burying his ass, that it was going to be public info, and he starts threatening me? Were you drinking that day Dave, all depressed and feeling bad for yourself because you’re such a victim?

If you are a consumer of WICR and believe you have been harmed, contact CSLB immediately and file a complaint.

If you are the person who filed the complaint that got WICR this citattion, we’d love to see your documents and keep the public fully informed.

If you a consumer considering hiring WICR reconsider carefully.

David mazor complaint disclosure cslb

 

 

 

 

In A David Vs Goliath Lawsuit, David is Getting The Better of Goliath

WICR Waterproofing’s Attorneys Filing Attacks WICRLeaks as “Vituperative”

Describe themselves as “good people”. Hysterical they’re just like Donald Trump with their victim complex.

A recent filing by WICR Waterproofing’s attorney in a case before the court in San Bernadino may reveal WICR’s deep seated fear of this website.

In WICR Waterproofing vs Arceneaux, the defendants informed WICR’s attorneys that I am their expert/consultant. The reply back from Lindborg & Drill is pretty revealing. They, as well as WICR’s David Mazor, know very well that if I testify or provide an affadavit, that my information could prove to be very damaging to WICR and David Mazor.

The 23 page filing includes the following from Lindborg & Drill

Lindborg drill scared of Bill

The fear is palpable from Lindborg & Drill. They do not want me to testify or supply and affadvait. Understandable, the truth will hurt them badly.

The reply to Lindborg and Drill about the allegations that they’re “being helped”.

defendants reply to drill scared of bill

Well Lindborg & Drill and David Mazor will see my affadavit soon enough, and without ruining the surprise, it will be devastating to them. Truth is a bitch Dave that loves seeing Karma get it’s way. The nerve of you describing yourselves as victims and”good people” is laughable. All you’ve ever done is fail upwards.

With an affadavit comes WICR’s chance to subpoena me, which is something else I’d welcome…first because it would be devastating to them and second because they’d have to pay me…wouldn’t I just love to publish a copy of a WICR or Lindborg check payable to William Leys here? You bet I would!

Non-Profits are supposed to help people; at least, that’s the stated objective usually right?

The strange Non-Profit known as Vascular Care Foundation is apparently doing nothing at all, at least from what we can see by their tax returns at Pro Publica.

From 92128 Magazine, this fluff piece quotes one founder, Dr Anatoly Bulkin

Dr. Anatoly Bulkin is the founding VCF board member. “In 2014 I started the Vascular Care Foundation because the majority of patients we treat for vascular disease present with late stages of the disease,” reflected Dr. Bulkin. “Through our efforts we are able to find disease earlier and save people’s lives.” He was born in the Ukraine, moved to the states, and graduated from USC Medical School in 1993. He moved to Rancho Bernardo 12 years ago after training at Baylor College of Medicine. Here his family enjoys the open space and proximity to work and outdoor activities. Dr. Bulkin is a surgeon at the San Diego Vascular Center in Escondido.

And from Dr Moldovan “It is also our goal to raise money in order to be able to treat people with vascular problems that do not have the financial capability of obtaining the medical care they need,” added Dr. Moldovan. Approximately 95% of all donations go toward educating people about lifestyle changes and screening efforts. As the program grows VCF can pursue clinical research and advance pioneering technologies in early diagnosis and treatment.”

From the Foundations tax return from 2016, the last filing we can find, they’ve spent $0.00 on anything except expenses including $1695 in legal fees. Guess who their agent for service of process is? Irina Mazor, David Mazor’s wife. Care to take a guess on who probably got that legal fee? Yeah that’s mine too.

So from what we can see, there are zero expenses paid out towards their goal of treating people with Vascular problems.

More mysteriously, who gave the 50k donation and why isn’t that revealed on their tax return?

Who knows, but with no website active that I could find, (VCF did have a cheesy website up before, it still exists at the Way back Machines archives  https://web.archive.org/web/20161103202458/http://vascular-care-foundation.org/our-mission/

and no information on the website anywhere, this operation stinks of a scammy dubious non-profit. We continue to watch for any information and certainly welcome the directors input on what their non-profit is doing exactly. 

With Mazor and Mazor at the helm, not likely we’ll find out. They like their secrets.

2016 expenses

 

2016 tax return officers

2016 tax return income and expenses

Unconscionable Clauses Riddle The Fine Print

Clauses Likely Violate Business & Professions Code

Consumers Have Rights Enforced Through CSLB

We have a copy of WICR’s Contract that was part of Bedros vs WICR lawsuit filed in San Bernadino County. We reviewed it and screenshot a number of clauses in the contracts fine print.

Click here to see amended complaint BEDROS COMPLAINT with WICR’s CONTRACT

My opinion is the WICR contract probably violates the Business & Professions laws enforced by CSLB and with such unconscionable clauses, probably violated the oath attorneys make to not write clauses that place a consumer in jeopardy or reduces their rights under state law or places them in a weaker position than the entity that wrote the contract.

My advice is DO NOT SIGN ANY CONTRACT FROM WICR!

If you have signed a contract, file a complaint with CSLB immediately. Protect your rights. Send them the contract, include payment information-did you give them more than $1,000 down when you signed the contract? That’s probably illegal if you did and CSLB will enforceable action against WICR. Does anyone at WICR make you feel intimidated or concerned? If they have, CSLB should know, and possibly your police department too! Log onto the CSLB website and download consumer rights bulletins, complaint forms etc. Be informed, be proactive.

You might also think about filling a complaint with the state bar if Lindborg and Drill wrote or reviewed the wicr contract. Any good attorney would adviser client to not include unconsinouble clauses.

It appears there is a pattern emerging here where WICR has been accused of doing poor work, they use their attorney and “expertise” in claiming something other than their fault has caused the problems and attempts to deflect liability. If that sounds like your case, please contact us here, we want to hear your story and publish it.

Highlights of WICR’s dirty clauses

Required clauses in contracts such as informing contractors of their rights must be in every contract. However, WICR sneaks in deception where they say “If you file a complaint against a licensed contractor within the legal deadline (usually 4 years)…”

Well no, the consumer has up to 10 years if it is a latent (hidden damage or faulty work that can’t be be seen by a layperson) and four years of it is visible and obvious to even a layperson.

CSLB notice WICR contract

Building Permits

WICR’s contract attempts to make the owner responsible for obtaining building permits. CSLB doesn’t allow that, the contractor is responsible for obtaining a permit. They may however charge you their costs to obtain the permit and the cost of the permit.

permit requirement WICR contract

Indemnification & Defense

If there is only one reason not to sign the WICR contract, this is it. You would, if this is even enforceable, be liable to defend WICR for all sorts of things beyond your control, even after the job is done and you’ve paid them in full!

Limitations & Liability

Here WICR inserts language that gives you 6 months to make a claim after the work is done and seeks to take away your right to sue by requiring arbitration.

limitations and arbitration WICR contract

Warranty

90 days.

warranty

  • WICR in Pursuit of a $1.3 Million Judgement for Damages
  • Bankruptcy Filing by Keck Prevented Collection
  • Years of Appeals Later, Court Affirms Keck’s Debt is Dischargeable in Bankruptcy

WICR just won’t give up hope of collecting a judgement from an ex-employee of theirs. Scott Keck and WICR have been battling for years with Keck’s lawyers getting the best of WICR’s attorneys time after time.

On March 5th the Court issued a ruling regarding the dischargeablity of the judgement in bankruptcy, affirming the bankruptcy courts finding that the debt is dischargeable. https://www.leagle.com/decision/infdco20200309737   This link takes you to a copy of the decision on another website.

From the court document, the court found all sorts of failures on WICR’s attorneys Lindborg & Mazor’s part. (Irina Mazor of the firm is married to David Mazor, owner of WICR)

“WICR challenges two decisions by the bankruptcy court: (1) the dismissal of Arwen Keck from the nondischargeability action; and (2) the Order discharging Scott Keck’s debt. As explained below, the Court vacates the bankruptcy court’s decision to dismiss Arwen Keck and remands for further proceedings, and affirms the bankruptcy court’s decision to discharge Scott Keck’s debt.”

“Accordingly, the Court affirms the bankruptcy court’s conclusion that WICR failed to prove willfulness under § 523(a)(6).”

“The Court therefore also affirms the bankruptcy court’s legal conclusion that WICR did not prove that Scott Keck acted with malice.”

“In sum, the bankruptcy court correctly found that WICR failed to show that Scott Keck subjectively or objectively believed he was harming WICR for purposes of willfulness, intended to harm WICR for purposes of malice, or caused WICR actual lost profits by his actions. Thus, the Court affirms the bankruptcy court’s conclusion that Scott Keck’s debt was dischargeable because WICR failed to carry its burden to prove willfulness and malice under § 523(a)(6).”

This case will continue on going after Arlen Keck, because Dave is, I’m sure bent on revenge and hounding his opponent using low cost legal services…but then again, especially when it comes to lawyers, you get what you pay for…

Google is a wonderful tool… every now and then I do a quick search for WICR, Wanke Industrial Residential Commercial and Google brings back all sorts of fun information.

Like today, where I see a unit listed for sale at 1251 Parker in San Diego where WICR has apparently been slapped with a stop work order…failure to obtain a building permit. They already have a citation pending against them for that (along with 3 other violations)

The originals listing (cached by Google here) shows the following update

****UPDATE***It is my understanding that experts in their respective fields have determined that the ongoing 9 month plus to date construction project to install 16 sliding doors and corresponding waterproofing of balcony?s, that was shut down earlier by the city for multiple municipal code violations including work done without a permit, now it?s been found that all the work done by the boards contractor Newman Replacement Door and Windows and the boards waterproofing contractor, WICR, Inc. has to be redone. The work by Newman was below the industry standard. I reached out to the owner of Newman Windows on 4 or more occasions and never received a response to my concerns nor a return call. I did receive a response from the San Remo Board of Director’s and there attorney along with the Boards president, Randolph Smith of fines in access of $3,500.00 for doing what I believe any other concerned owner would do in light that this was only a 3-4 week project and now has been close to a year. This project has no oversight and is being run by the contractors doing the work

And this is the current listing info-

****UPDATE***It is my understanding that experts in their respective fields have determined that the ongoing 9 month plus to date construction project to install 16 sliding doors and corresponding waterproofing of balcony?s, that was shut down earlier by the city for multiple municipal code violations including work done without a permit, now it?s been found that all the work done by the boards contractor and the boards waterproofing contractor has to be redone. The work was below the industry standard.This project has no oversight and is being run by the contractors doing the work. Demo and work done without any viable dust containment system being utilized or concern for personal property or the interiors. Still trying to get cement debris out of the units and personal possessions. Ive been told fans and compressors are impacted.

This HOA should file a complaint with CSLB against the 2 contractors and let CSLB deal with WICR. A second complaint alleging work started without a permit should get CSLB’s attention real fast.

I spoke with one person at the HOA and they are delighted I found the information on WICR. I’m expecting to get in the near future photographs of WICR employees at the job site, see if we can identify them as bona fide employees or if they day workers working under the table.

Dave, remember that email you sent to me back in October? You must have been drunk. Well you woke up the beast again by threatening me…

Here’s a little hint. Don’t poke the bear! Gonna make you my dogs bitch. Everything dirty I find on you is going up here.

Is Lindborg & Mazor paying for “awards” to make themselves look good to clients?

It sure looks like it…a look at their website at https://www.lmllp.com/ has a list of “awards” that they have bought…err, received, after paying money apparently.

When a client looks at Lindborg & Drills web page, how the fuck are they to know that Lindborg & Drill paid for these awards? Answer, they don’t. Or rather, they didn’t know then but they know now. What kind of tiny ego’s must one have to buy oneself awards that are meaningless, except to perhaps defraud potential clients?

Is it legal? Apparently it is yes. But, for shits & giggles, and because it may be false advertising, I submitted an online complaint to the state bar association. Happy New Years to Lindborg & Mazor! (The countdown begins to see if they remove their scammy awards from their website, starting now at 11:45 am on 12/31/19)

Is it ethical? Depends on your ethics. For myself, I wouldn’t even consider it. Ask yourself, Do I want to deal with a firm that buys itself awards to try to impress clients?

Paid for awards

DON’T BE FOOLED! PAID FOR AWARDS ARE MEANT TO FOOL POTENTIAL CLIENTS

AI Business Intl

A bogus award at Lindborg & Drill’s website. Wikipedia terms these awards as “Vanity Awards” meaning pay to get them…

From Wikipedia –

In August 2018, the Advertising Standards Authority upheld a complaint against AI Global Media to the effect that in two marketing emails they had implied an award had been given after a “meticulous and extensive” selection process involving significant voting by third parties, when in fact it appeared nominees were selected indiscriminately in bulk, large numbers of nominees could win awards not least because the categories for the awards were selected with a view to making as many awards as possible, and there were not a significant number of third-party votes. They also found that the first of these emails had misleadingly represented itself as being a legitimate email about an awards process not a marketing communication; they also noted that “Build”, the Al magazine in question, “did very little to promote the award winners who had not purchased the advertising packages”.[3]

 

A search on Google quickly turned up many sites calling these awards scams, fake, etc.

The link below lists every awards company and whether it’s pure scam or real.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1t4pV2YlMt5aFmdaXH7px0UFYn0sQTLiFgsaZZvxKJQk/edit#gid=976482508

How easy is it to get an award from Universal Media? Apparently as easy as writing a check. From https://premonition.ai/fake-law-firm-wins-legal-awards/

“Last week, up-and-coming firm FLF Abiola & Co. captured the highly coveted title of “Film Financing Law Firm of the Year in Nigeria” from both Finance Monthly and Corporate INTL, which claim a combined readership of nearly 300,000 per month. Netting this rare international two-for should’ve been a major coup for the (very) young African firm, yet the win was greeted with howls of laughter by the notoriously salty UK press. The venerable Guardian was even moved to note that Abiola’s “logo bears more than a passing resemblance to an ejaculating penis.” It’d be understandable if Abiola felt that the tenor of the coverage verged on bullying, even given such a  graphic design gaffe, but the only ones crying foul are the awards’ presenters. You see, FLF Abiola & Co., is not strictly speaking a real law firm, or even a particularly credibly faked one.

The firm was the invention of satirical law blog RollOnFriday, designed to lampoon purveyors of cash-for-credibility legal awards like Universal Media (the publisher of both Finance Monthly and Corporate INTL). After ROF revealed their ruse, a Corporate INTL spokesperson “concede[d] that there has been a breakdown in the due diligence/judging phase of our awards programme,” but that seems like a slight understatement. While the logo alone might not have been enough to erect a warning sign, there were other red flags. The photo purported to be of firm founder Dennis Abiola was, in fact, American actor Danny Glover. The Nigerian address provided did not exist. Even the FLF in FLF Abiola & Co. stands for Fake Law Firm. A cursory internet search would’ve been enough to cast doubt on the existence of the practice, but that might’ve obstructed the work of sending pre-drafted emails asking nominees and winners for £300 to fund an attractive sponsorship and promotional package.”

Hey, even dogs are getting in on the action, one dog became a member of “Lawyers of Distinction-read it below

https://mockingbird.marketing/lawyers-distinctions-new-top-dog/

Universal Media, the owner of several of these very dubious outfits, are being investigated for wrongdoing. https://www.rollonfriday.com/news-content/exclusive-legal-awards-company-investigated-wrongdoing

Bottom line is, if you as an attorney feel compelled to buy yourself awards, perhaps you should take a long hard look in the mirror and see why lawyers are regarded as scum. I’m left with the thought though that Irina won’t see a reflection in a mirror, like the rest of the vampires that exist in the law profession.

In the case of WICR v Arceneaux, the attorney of record, Peter Lindborg has been barraging his adversary with daily or near daily demands. Demanding to inspect the deck again, demanding evidence etc.

Lindborg, Sean Krubinski, David Mazor demanded to inspect the deck and without approval, showed up at the property and attempted to gain access by climbing a wall.

These sorts of tactics are intimidating to anyone, especially regular people who don’t work in the legal or construction professions. These tactics are what we’ve learned to expect from dirt bags like Mazor and his ilk.

The Arceneaux’s reached out to WICRLeaks.com after seeing they’re law suit information posted here. I’ve shared quite a bit of information with them, including evidence that Mazor regularly lies while under oath. I also advised them to inform WICR that they had retained my services in assisting them with their suit as an expert witness.

They did inform WICR and suddenly WICR wishes to settle and have them sign an agreement agreeing “not to smear them”. Huh… What happened to “I’m going to sue you if you don’t remove this website” Dave?

Suddenly not such a tough guy anymore? You try to push people around and threaten them with suits, but once the built gets punched in the nose, off he goes crying like the bitch he is.

If you have a lawsuit in progress with WICR, or they’re threatening you with one, don’t back down. The truth is on your side. Fight back hard. Hire me to provide expert witness assistance, send us your documents and the threats WICR is hitting you with. Don’t cower to these bullies, I’ll publish the documents and let their clients see what this company really is. There is strength in numbers and you aren’t alone.

2020 is going to be a great year, let’s get 5 complaints filed with CSLB against them, let’s work at helping CSLB realize their license needs to be suspended or revoked.

The gold plated piece of shit for 2019 award goes to David Mazor!