Chinese Drywall Complaint Center: Urgent We Identify All Knauf Tianjin Chinese Drywall In Florida/Gulf States Now--Where Are The Feds?

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The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is saying, "time is running out to identify Knauf Tianjin toxic Chinese drywall used in 2005-2006 new or remodeled homes in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and the Houston and Austin, Texas metro areas. If you live in a home in one of these states, in this time frame, with numerous AC coil failures--call us now." The group is also saying, "at what point will President Obama mention the US toxic Chinese drywall disaster in public? We have 100,000's of US citizens in toxic Chinese drywall US Southeast homes, and after two years of being on the radar screen--we'd say its time for a meaningful federal response to this catastrophic disaster for innocent US homeowners and their families--and an IRS tax deduction is a joke, and an insult to these families." They say, "we fear we have only identified 1 in 20 homes in the US Southeast with intermixed Knauf Tianjin toxic Chinese drywall. Knauf Tianjin may be the only toxic Chinese drywall maker to settle(*) with completely innocent US homeowners, but it has to happen now and we will help." If a homeowner lives in a 2005-2006 new or remodeled home in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, or Southeast Texas, if the homeowner has had numerous air conditioning coil failures, they should contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center for more information about how to identify Knauf Tianjin toxic Chinese drywall at 866-714-6466, or via their web site at http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com.

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The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is urging all 2005-2006 homeowners in new or remodeled Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, or Houston, Texas, homes to carefully check their attics for toxic Chinese drywall labeled Knauf Tianjin, if their home has a history of repeated air conditioning failures. The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center believes a small amount of toxic Chinese drywall, or Knauf Tianjin 2005-2006 toxic Chinese drywall is enough to completely mess up an entire home, and make the homeowner and their family sick. Intermixing US-made drywall with the toxic Chinese drywall means it's in more homes than Florida or other Gulf States than local or federal governments estimate. Why has the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center put such a huge emphasis on Knauf Tiamjin imported toxic Chinese drywall? The group says, "Knauf is the largest drywall manufacturer in the world. We think Knauf Tianjin drywall may be the only manufacturer of toxic Chinese drywall to actually settle(*) with completely innocent US homeowners--but time is running out; we need to get you identified, now." For the most up to date symptoms of toxic Chinese drywall, please visit the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center's web site at http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com.

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "Why won't the national press tell this story? We have banks in Florida reselling thousands of toxic Chinese drywall foreclosures--as-is, little to no disclosure--flippers are frequently buying the properties and then reselling them for huge profits; and the Feds are allowing this to happen? It's like an instant foreclosure all over again." They say, "further, contrary to the lies from the homebuilder community in Florida about only using Knauf Tianjin after Hurricane Katrina--they were using this toxic garbage throughout 2005. And no, toxic Chinese drywall has been used in the US since 2001, not since after Hurricane Katrina; where is the Justice Department?" The group says, "adding to the insanity, homebuilders in Florida and Houston, Texas, are repairing these toxic homes with no federal supervision from the US EPA? You could not make this up, and rest assured this is going to end really, really bad for these homeowners, the banks, and the US taxpayers." http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

*(United States District Court-Eastern District of Louisiana MDL Case #2047)

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