Here we are listed along with WICR as a business listing. Our ranking on Google keeps improving with every click on to our site! Thank you everyone for reading our information! Let us know how much your contract was for that you declined to sign! Saving consumers money is our mission!
Found on Google reviews and Yelp!
We have a reader who posted one of these reviews telling us that their contact 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.
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 that fine or penalize a consumer for writing reviews on Yelp Google 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.
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
Unconscionable Clauses Riddle The Fine Print
Clauses Likely Violate Business & Professions Code
Consumers Have Rights Enforced Through CSLB
We have a copy of a new contract from WICR, has anyone else received this contract?
Fortunately the California Consumers Legal Remedies act protects you from this sort of contract… If you signed it. If you haven’t signed it, don’t. Run and go find a reputable contractor with a fair contract. Only sign a contract after your attorney has reviewed it!
We also 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!
- 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.