Americas Watchdog Wants to Hear From Air Conditioning Insiders to Learn When They Learned About the Toxic Chinese Drywall in Florida

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Americas Watchdog & its Homeowners Consumer Center have been leading a national, & a state by state of toxic Chinese drywall, that was imported into the US as early as 2001. The group now wants to hear from air conditioning technicians in Florida, or other states, to see if a cover up of the toxicity of the imported Chinese drywall was involved, between major US air conditioning manufacturers, and the homebuilders who built the homes, by extending the warranty periods, of air conditioning coil failures. Air conditioning coil failures, combined with severe health side effects, have been linked to imported toxic Chinese drywall in thousands of US homes. The group wants to hear from air conditioning industry insiders, on this possible cover up. For more information please contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

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This really is a matter of the health of 100,000's of US citizens, we are hoping courageous air conditioning repair people, or homebuilding insiders will step forward on this critical issue

For over three months Americas Watchdog, & its Homeowners Consumer Center have been leading in a national, and state by state investigation of the effects of toxic Chinese drywall on US homeowners, their families, & their actual houses. The group has discovered significant quantities of toxic Chinese drywall in Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Nevada, California, Virginia, Maryland, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Colorado, Oklahoma, and other US States. What is most alarming is the group now thinks the imported toxic Chinese drywall could literally be in hundreds of thousands of new US homes, remodeled homes, or homes repaired after Hurricanes, like Katrina, or Ivan. Americas Watchdog now wants to know, "When did the US air conditioning companies know when the toxic Chinese drywall was corroding copper air conditioning coils in Florida, and other states? Homeowners, their children & their families are getting sick, & we want to know when the air conditioning repair crews knew exposure to toxic Chinese drywall was degrading, or corroding copper air conditioning coils." Air conditioning company insiders, residential construction project managers, or air conditioning repair people should call the Homeowners Consumer Center if they have any specific information on this very serious issue at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

Americas Watchdog has talked to several thousands US citizens about toxic Chinese drywall. Aside from the severe medical side effects, one of the symptoms of toxic Chinese drywall appears to be copper corrosion, copper discoloring, or air conditioning failures. The group now wants to talk to air conditioning technicians, or air conditioning repair people, in order to establish how long ago the US air conditioning industry knew about toxic Chinese drywall degrading copper, or air conditioning coil failures? "We hear from homeowners all the time, the air conditioning repair man said, he had never seen anything like it before, or you have the Chinese toxic drywall, or these coils are supposed to last 15 years." These conversations go back to 2004. If true, Americas Watchdog wants to know, "Why did US homebuilders continue to use imported toxic Chinese drywall, after it was known it was corroding metal, and or making people sick? Was no one in the homebuilding, or air conditioning industry concerned about people's health?" Insiders in the air conditioning repair industry, or homebuilding insiders with specific information should contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact them via their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

According to the group, "We are trying to connect the dots as to who knew what, and when. We need honest air conditioning repair people, & or homebuilder insiders, to let us know when people knew about the toxic Chinese drywall. There are sick homeowners & kids in numerous US States & we need to know why, & when it started."

Repeat note to national or regional homebuilders in Florida & other states: According to the President of Americas Watchdog, "We have heard you intend to destroy mysef, 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 homeowner since 2001. "We will continue to try to make things right for everyone," the group's president continues, "am I a failure? Yes; and I will continue to try to make things right for everyone, and I will not back down on on the toxic Chinese drywall issue, for anyone living in Florida, or any other state."

Honest air conditioning repair people, air conditioning technicians, or homebuilder insiders, with specific information about air conditioning coil failures are encouraged to call the Homeowners Consumer Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or Contact them via their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

"This really is a matter of the health of 100,000's of US citizens, we are hoping courageous air conditioning repair people, or homebuilding insiders will step forward on this critical issue," says the group.

Americas Watchdog & its Homeowners Consumer Center are all about homeowner protection & corporate responsibility.

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