A letter of admonishment has been issued to WICR Waterproofing and Construction by the CSLB for taking an illegal deposit over $1000 from a consumer.
“Senate Bill (SB) 486 permits CSLB to issue a letter of admonishment to applicants, licensees, or registrants as an intermediate form of discipline between an advisory notice and a citation. Those who receive a letter can either comply with its terms or contest it in writing. This bill modified Business and Professions Codes (BPC) 7099.2 and 7124.6“
We are aware that they related to the same case; however, they are seperate case numbers and outcomes on the specific licenses.
Recently we noticed that there was something weird about WICR’s corporate filings; they had 2 different listings that raised my suspicions.
I found a fictitious business statement filed years ago by Fred wenke and David krubinski registering WICR as a general partnership. But I also heard Steve Dolan on a podcast discussing that he was made an owner along with seeing a filing with Sean krubinski and Fred wanke filing a general partnership agreement and all this raised my suspicions…
So I gathered up all the evidence that I had including emails that David sent to WICR employees from his ICR account and directing business.
Steve Dolan potentially gave a deposition on a podcast without even realizing it… “So they made me an owner.” Well new owners require the company get a new license… As far as we know according to CSLB.
Also very helpful was the information from the Parex lawsuit that he filed. in there was a statement that said that David had been receiving a consulting fee from Fred since 1997 every month… Lots of stuff to raise suspicions with.
We have many of the documents filed during a lawsuit David Mazor filed against Parex-LaHabra after he was discharged from the firm after they took over Mer-Kote Systems. There are tons of filings, many hundreds of pages long, one is 1700+ pages, the second amended complaint filed by Krubinski.
These filing provide a great insight into Dave’s activities and involvement with WICR, indeed, one highlight as seen below is that Krubinsk was and may still be been a partner of Fred Wanke’s since 1997 and received monthly consulting fees every month since 1997.
Another highlight is the inference that Irina Drill (now Irina Mazor) may have tampered with witnesses.
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!
Continue reading WICR WATERPROOFING & CONSTRUCTION Contract Clauses Are A Consumers Nightmare!
- 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.
Continue reading Court Rules Against WICR WATERPROOFING Again in WICR Vs Keck