And yes, Americas Watchdog does need to work with law firms on the toxic Chinese drywall issue in the listed states. And we will abide by all ethical rules. 100,000's of Americans stand to lose everything, including their health, because of imported toxic Chinese drywall.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 9, 2009
Americas Watchdog and its Homeowners Consumer Center have been leading in a national and state by state investigation of toxic imported Chinese drywall. Initially the toxic drywall was discovered in Florida. Americas Watchdog now has proof of significant quantities of toxic Chinese drywall in Texas, Louisiana, California, Nevada, Mississippi, Alabama, Virginia, Georgia, Connecticut, Oklahoma, Colorado and other U.S. States. The group estimates that over 100,000 homes in Florida alone have this toxic Chinese drywall.
According to the group, "Exposure to toxic Chinese drywall is making people sick with upper respiratory issues, nose bleeds, unexplained rashes, headaches, sinus issues, and it corrodes, or degrades copper, silver & lead, and or causes air conditioning coils to fail. We need President Obama, the U.S. EPA, and the CDC to get immediately involved so we can find out what this toxic Chinese drywall is doing to hundreds of thousands of innocent U.S. homeowners and their families." For more information contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466 or contact the group via their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.
"We applaud U.S. Senator Bill Nelson for his efforts in Florida, but much more is needed. The toxic Chinese drywall is making homeowners, their children, and senior citizens sick, and we need help." The group says, "Help includes what is in the toxic drywall that is making people sick; we need a testing protocol that is effective so that home inspectors can test a home with reliable methods that will help determine how toxic a home with Chinese imported drywall actually is. We also need structural tests that will determine if the nail plates or metal wood hangers in a home have deteriorated, because of exposure to the gasses, emitted by the Chinese toxic drywall." For more information about the toxic Chinese drywall please call 866-714-6466 or contact the Homeowners Consumer Center's web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.
"We are also super worried about New Orleans, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, the Florida panhandle and other areas affected by hurricanes like Katrina. Many repair crews with no licenses, or insurance bonds, installed imported Chinese drywall in homes affected by these storms. Congress may need to allocate emergency funds to help the tens of thousands of innocent homeowners, who now have toxic Chinese drywall in their homes." The group thinks there could be 100,000's of remodeled homes with the toxic Chinese drywall in all U.S. states as well as the Gulf States. This is why testing is so important.
Note to national or regional homebuilders in Florida & other states: According to the President of Americas Watchdog, "We have heard you intend to destroy myself, or our organizations, for exposing your liability in endangering 100,000's of innocent U.S. citizens with toxic Chinese drywall. For the record, I have failed in the past, and I will never forgive myself, and I have devoted my life to making things right for everyone. However, I did not expose 100,000's of U.S. citizens to a Chinese toxic drywall product that could make them sick. I did not hire over a million undocumented construction workers, and then invent a 1099 tax fraud scheme that has cheated Federal & State tax authorities out of tens and tens of billions of dollars, with no investigation from the U.S. IRS (even though we have been calling for one for almost four years -- Google Americas Watchdog undocumented workers). We did not commit appraisal fraud by over inflating the values of our nations homes, like you did, and in doing so, help create our nation's current housing disaster, (but I warned about it: June 2005 Money Magazine -- Appraisal Fraud your home at risk)."
Americas Watchdog and its groups have been trying to help every US citizen since 2001. "We also warned about a huge mortgage kickback scheme, called a yield spread premium, that affects 50 million homeowners, and the U.S. Congress has yet to change the transparency rules -- banks have no disclosure requirement to tell a U.S. homeowner they raised the consumer's mortgage interest rate/monthly mortgage payment, and in doing so, received thousands of extra dollars. This group includes homebuilders." (Google Americas Watchdog Yield Spread Premium)."
"Many of these homeowners have now lost their homes. But we tried, and we will continue to try to get the word out about these, and other important issues. And we will continue to try to make things right for everyone," the group's president continues. "Am I a failure and a nothing? Yes. Will I continue to try to make things right? Yes. And I will not back down on on the toxic Chinese drywall issue for anyone living in Florida, or any other state."
In the meantime, Americas Watchdog is begging the Obama Administration to get the full force of the U.S. EPA, the U.S. CDC and Congress involved in what is about to become the worst homeowners environmental disaster in U.S. history, according to the group. "President Obama, the toxic Chinese drywall issue is national, it's not just in Florida and the nation needs your help & leadership with this dire situation." For more information contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466 or contact the group at their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.
Americas Watchdog and its Homeowners Consumer Center are all about homeowner, consumer and taxpayer protection.
Note: "And yes, Americas Watchdog does need to work with law firms on the toxic Chinese drywall issue in the listed states. And we will abide by all ethical rules. 100,000's of Americans stand to lose everything, including their health, because of imported toxic Chinese drywall."