A bride-to-be is concerned about her venue of choice. She has an agreement with a man named Daniel Esparza, on the place at 4100 Up River Road. Esparza has been the subject of previous Troubleshooter reports, and complaints keep coming into our newsroom.
A retired Navy man says he paid a contractor a $6000.00 down payment to begin building a roof over the patio in the back yard of his home. 6 months later, the only work the contractor has done is put in 3 posts, and he maintains the homeowner owes him money. Sounds like this one is headed to court.
A Corpus Christi man claims he took 2 vehicles to a mechanic friend of his, for repairs, in 2017. Paid him cash for the repairs each time. Here it is 2019, and the vehicles are now missing.
The name Daniel Esparza is back in the news. A woman says she worked for Esparza’s Non-Profit for most of December 2018, but was never paid. The Troubleshooters find out the man had been evicted from the property were he ran his business out of, before he hired the woman.
A Corpus Christi woman tells us about her experiences with Frank Jaramillo Junior, a contractor we’ve been reporting on since 2011.
On today’s Troubleshooters report, we’re going back in time for the latest on TS story about a customer complaint against Rick Castellanos of Rick’s Tile. A local homeowner who hired him has filed a complaint with the BBB and sent Castellanos a Demand Letter.
More than a year after Hurricane Harvey, and 2 weeks after our Troubleshooters report, a Beeville couple is getting a brand new floor in their home. And just in time for Christmas.
A Corpus Christi couple has filed a civil suit against Corpus Christi Subaru, alleging fraud and forgery. The suit stems from a contract they signed, but never received, when they bought a used vehicle from the dealership in 2016.
A Flour Bluff man called the Troubleshooters for help to get his rent money back.
A woman’s battle for the proceeds from the sale of a house she bought, fixed up, and paid for. She’s hired multiple attorneys to help her fight for the money, and now she’s asked the Troubleshooters for help.
A woman, whose family members were brutally murdered in Robstown in July of this year, calls the Troubleshooters for help. Help getting her deceased mother’s car back.
Warrants Out for Arrest of 2 Contractors and the Latest on What Happened to Money Raised at Benefit for 22yr Old
Here’s the latest on a couple of Troubleshooters stories we’ve reported.
2 families tell Troubleshooters they hired and paid a contractor to do some work on their homes.
This comes after a state investigation found the college did not have processes to appropriately and consistently administer grade changes.
Money is dividing a Corpus Christi family. It’s money raised from a benefit for a 22 year old year young man and father of 2, who’s been told he needs a kidney transplant. The young man’s family actually held 2 benefits for him, and he’s been able to use money from the first one to pay some bills. It’s the money from the second one that’s in question.