B-Stumps Reviews (2)
Review: [redacted] switched his old extension cord with my newer cord and left me an extension cord with a cut in it that was taped up with electrical tape. I never knew about black electrical tape until my daughter told me what it was. Also, he did not complete the job as requested. He was supposed to remove more bushes by the rusty fence. I called to tell him he did not remove these bushes. He came back and wanted to charge me an additional $64.00 which I refused because I already gave him $325 for the complete job.Desired Settlement: I want my property (extension cord) returned to me.
We require people or contractors who do work for us to have Workers Compensation Insurance coverage. They are required prior to doing work to submit a Certificate of Insurance as proof of insurance.On October 18, 2011 when the State Insurance Fund did their annual audit, they determined that the Insurance Certificate the Mr. Sulimowicz provided was not valid. On October 27, 2011 I spoke with Mr. Sulimowicz about the invalid certificate and he said he would get back to me. He did not get back to me. I also called Mr. Sulimowicz on November 8 and November 9,2011 and he did not answer or return my calls.On November 10, 2011 I wrote a letter to Mr. Sulimowicz and received no response for him. In my second letter to him on November 29, 2011 I requested a valid Workers Compensation Insurance Certificate or payment for the cost the of the insurnance. The cost of the insurance for 2010 is $985.43. The cost for 2011 will be $788.22. To date I have not received any response from him.In summary, Mr. Sulimowicz told us he had Workers Compensation Insurance and gave us 2 fraudulent insurance certificates.