it's time for US banks, mortgage banks, or Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and real estate flippers in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Southeast Texas to stop selling homes that contain toxic Chinese drywall-without 100% full disclosure.
Washington, DC (Vocus) July 22, 2010
The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is saying, "it's time for US banks, mortgage banks, or Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and real estate flippers in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Southeast Texas to stop selling homes that contain toxic Chinese drywall-without 100% full disclosure." They say, "banks reselling US Southeast homes with known toxic Chinese drywall puts everyone at risk, including the new homeowner, their kids, the bank, the bank shareholders, our nation's pension funds-that buy the mortgages, and it needs to stop now." Just as bad, they say, "real estate investors are buying these homes or condominiums knowing full well they contain toxic Chinese drywall, and then renting them out to unsuspecting renters--this must stop now, as well." The group says, "if a person in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, or Southeast Texas purchased a bank foreclosure anytime after July 2009, only later to discover the home/condo/townhouse contained toxic Chinese drywall--we want to hear from them now." For more information please contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com.
While on the topic of complete scum bags, the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is asking, "why has the Justice department failed to enter into the toxic Chinese drywall fray?" They say," it was revealed over a month ago that a big national homebuilder, a big Florida building supply firm, and a big global Chinese drywall maker entered into an agreement in 2006 to conceal the fact that 1000's of Florida homeowners were living in toxic homes." The group says, "how many other big national homebuilders were involved in this wink-wink deal in Florida, or elsewhere? Does anyone have a problem with this so far? We do. Every US homeowner should have a problem with this, as well. The Feds say they have found toxic Chinese drywall in 37 US states!" Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com
On a separate note:The US Consumer Products Safety Commission has indicated that the imported Knauf Tianjin Chinese drywall, that was dumped in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Southeast Texas, in 2005 and 2006, is perhaps the most toxic of all imported Chinese drywall types. There is a national class action in New Orleans with about 4000 homeowners signed up--so far. The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "because toxic Knauf Tianjin Chinese drywall was frequently intermixed with US made drywall in states of Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and the Houston, and Austin metro areas of Southeast Texas, we are convinced the number of homes in these states with Knauf Tianjin toxic Chinese drywall exceeds 100,000." They are saying,"because we fear Knauf might be the only Chinese drywall maker that will pay innocent US homeowners to gut and rebuild their homes in Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Southeast Texas, we are doing everything we can think of to get as many Knauf Tianjin Chinese drywall homeowners identified as soon as possible." The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is saying, "the known time lines on Knauf Tianjin toxic Chinese drywall is 2005-2006--at least so far. The homes or phases of subdivisions that contain this building product are located in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Southeast Texas." If a homeowner is living in a home, subdivision, or condominium, built or remodeled in 2005-2006, has had numerous AC coil failures, electrical problems, black copper wires/pipes, in combination with nose bleeds, severe upper respiratory issues, sick kids, etc, please call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com
(United States District Court-Eastern District of Louisiana MDL Case #2047)
The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "did the Florida homebuilder community really think a March 2009 hatchet job would make toxic Chinese drywall disaster go away-or force the homeowners stuck in these homes to forget about it? Was it really worth the short term profits? Many of these victims have kids."
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