Deconstructing WICR Waterproofing’s Contract-Why You Shouldn’t Sign It

On this page we discuss clauses in WICR’s contract and give our opinion on it.

The bottom line is, don’t sign their contract, don’t do business with WICR Waterproofing, period.

WICR’s contract is filled with unconscionable clauses, trying to restrict your rights as a consumer. We’ve attached several excerpts from Bedros vs WICR regarding unconscionable clauses.

We believe that Lindborg and Mazor (Irina Mazor is David Mazor’s wife) wrote the WICR contract…consumers should consider filing a complaint to the state bar association for unethical activity. If an attorney knows a clause is unconscionable, they should not agree to insert it into their clients contract. It’s called ethics Peter and Irina, something you apparently have none of.

FIRST PAGE OF CONTRACT THAT YOU AREN’T GOING TO SIGN
PAYMENT SCHEDULE MUST BE FILLED IN.
THEY DONT WANT TO EVEN PAY FOR PORTA-POTTIES
IF YOU PAY FOR PLANS, YOU OWN THEM! DON’T SIGN THEIR CONTRACT
WICR is trying to make you get any building permits. That’s not legal, as the contractor, they must obtain any and all building permits and paying for any required business license. DON’T SIGN THEIR CONTRACT
WICR is trying to circumvent their civil liability for any and all damages you might incur if they screw up. DONT’ SIGN THEIR CONTRACT!
WICR is saying even if they’re responsible for damages or injuries, they want you to pay for their defense. Don’t sign their contract!
WICR doesnt want to take responsibility for opening your house to potential damage without charging you to fix water damage that can be prevented. Another good reason not to sign WICR’s contract.
READ THE DOCUMENT BELOW
FROM BEDROS v WICR Plaintiff claims, and we concur, that the clause seeks to circumvent the 10 year statute of limitations on latent defects.
READ THE CLAIMS ABOVE CAREFULLY-This is why you don’t want to make a bad decision on who you hire for deck work.

TRUTH IS A COMPLETE DEFENSE AGAINST LIABILITY FOR DEFAMATION, REGARDLESS OF BAD FAITH OR MALICIOUS PURPOSE Krubinski vs Schmutzer

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