(Vocus/PRWEB) November 23, 2010
The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "we believe their are 1000's of innocent homeowners in Florida, and all other US Southeast States, who were sold a toxic Chinese drywall foreclosure-As Is- disaster from a US bank, or loan servicer-without any kind of disclosure about the poisonous wall board from China, and we want to hear from every victim." The groups initiative is focused on any consumer in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Southeast Texas, or Virginia, who purchased a As Is bank home/condo foreclosure-where the bank failed to disclose the home contained toxic Chinese drywall, anytime after February 2009. The group says, "we know banks were re-selling toxic Chinese drywall home foreclosures with no disclosure to the consumer, and we are going after the banks. Given the health ramifications we foresee with long term exposure to toxic Chinese drywall, we think banks, or loan servicers were insane to not to disclose something this vital to the consumers, and we intend to do our best to assist these innocent victims." Any new homeowner, who purchased a vacant bank foreclosure in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Southeast Texas, or Virginia after March 1st 2009, to only later discover the bank failed to disclose toxic Chinese drywall should call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com
The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is saying, "many of these toxic Chinese drywall home foreclosures resold in Florida, or other US Gulf States without disclosure contain the poisonous Knauf Tianjin 2005,or 2006 drywall, or the government owned Chinese drywall called Taishan Gypsum Co. Ltd, both were super toxic, and it did not occur to the bank that by reselling the foreclosure there would not be a little bit of liability?" They say, "what were the banks, or loan servicing companies thinking? We believe US banks, or loan servicers dumping toxic Chinese drywall home foreclosures in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Southeast Texas-without disclosure is still happening-we can prove it-and this is going to get really, really expensive for the uncaring, and greedy banks-not a threat---a promise."
(United States District Court-Eastern District of Louisiana MDL Case #2047.)