I was hired to complete a bathroom remodel in the residence of Brad Averitt. He needed the help to get it completed before Thanksgiving 2015. I provided 3 different labors over a 1 week time period. Brad Averitt started with an agreement to pay cash for tile completion only, but as I completed the original agreed to scope of work, Brad Averitt would add to the scope of work, then would pay small amounts at end of day, with the promise to catch up next day. During a 15 hour day, working thanksgiving eve until 11pm, when time to pay a large payment, Brad Averitt had me follow to his bank, Wells Fargo in Plano, Texas and said the banks ATM was down. So he went to Chase and paid 100.00 on a multi hundred dollar amount due and payable. Brad Averitt then agreed to pay for debris removal with the balance owed next day. Next day, Brad Averitt tied the original work to the new work, and refused to pay monies owed, though the work was done. He claimed he would not pay any till entire scope of work was Done. So his game was to string you along, adding the scope of work, promise to pay tomorrow, then add work, refusing to pay any till all complete, with the intention to get work complete, then refuse to pay because the new agreed work is not done. Finnally, I invoiced him late 1 evening, he agreed to pay next morning, when the next day came, he was a no show. When he was tracked down, he screamed work was incomplete and unsatisfactory, then ordered no one to come on property, and began to threaten personal who called him for payment. He then filed a false police report; claiming my personal had threatened his personal safety and his property, an absolute fabrication to get police involved. After an investigation the police dropped the case. Brad Averitt was a dope smoker. Theft of services was filed against Brad Averitt General Contracting, but Collin County DA refused to charge him with ample evidence of pictures and date sensitive emails showing his clear intention to defraud. They also ignored reports he smoked dope in front of my personal while working at his residence. He also was a UBER driver, and would smoke dope and drink alcohol before leaving on UBER trips. The Collin County Law Enforcement and DA did nothing to dissuade him of this activity. If people are ever injured due to his DWI activities, it’s a fact Collin County DA will be a responsible party to the crime. Lines are in process of being filed.
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