DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES SIGN WICR’S CONTRACT. IT IS NOT CONSUMER FRIENDLY, PLACES YOU AT HIGH RISK AND OFFERS YOU ZERO PROTECTION. WICR’S AND DAVID MAZOR IS THE WORST CONTRACTOR TO DO BUSINESS WITH.
CSLB needs complaints to act! If you signed this contract, file a complaint with CSLB immediately! Do not wait, do not try to negotiate, do not let them on your property.
I recently received information from an anonymous source who told me that their association has received a reissued report under SB 326 for balcony inspections at his HOA. We understand that in correspondence from the association to it’s members that it says something to the effect that the report has been reissued with the signature of the architect who performed the inspections as the initial report was inadvertently signed by a different engineer.
If you are like me you will find this very suspicious. I queried several engineers and other professionals who have to sign off on documents… And I asked is it possible for you to sign a report that you weren’t meant to sign? Answer was a resounding no because every one of them told me that before they sign anything that they haven’t written but have to sign off on that they read it thoroughly and ensure that it is a report that they can sign. Most said that they prefer to write their own document and sign their own document.
After reading it I realized that what it was saying to me was that Peter Lindborg made serious mistakes by failing to properly redact a document that he filed on behalf of his client.
The article talks about challenges lawyers face… Stating that it is more difficult than it sounds to redact all necessary information; it requires significant attention to detail and ideally layers of review. One of the things that it discusses is wrong ways to redact information which includes changing the font to white blacking out with comment tools or covering text with a black marker… I repeat covering text with a black marker. In numerous filings on a court case involving David Mazor, redacted documents were blacked out using a black marker… And when printed out the blacked out text underneath was often visible, including the email address of a client of WICR. WICR attempted to use this email to show the court, falsely, that they had lost a $50,000 contract. When I realized that I could read the email address of the redacted person I emailed them and was told that they walked away because they had realized that WICR was a problem. Failing to probably redact can lead to the waiver of attorney client privilege, a malpractice lawsuit or even professional discipline.
I love to get fan mail and hear from people regarding WICRleaks.com and how it’s helped save them from making a mistake. Today’s fan mail came from one of my industry peers who shall remain anonymous…
Ending his email with “Keep up the good fight!” our fan also wrote this “I’ve been reading your articles about the issues with WICR and Deck Inspectors Inc. and I applaud you for the effort to expose some of the misdoings that can prove quite disasterous to the unknowing.”
To which I say thank you sir for your email and your email confirms that I’m doing the right thing, shining a light into the dark holes of David Mazor’s greed and grift through Deck Inspectors Inc and WICR Waterproofing.
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