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Caught on to the Mad Movida that is Fraud and Grand Theft by Safeco Insurance and Protech Construction

One of the crimes commited here is conspiracy to commit fraud. Then, there is the grand theft. Corruption of government inspectors may be involved as no building permits exist and code violations continue in effect. From the time Kent Stiles took over the handling of this claim from Trevor Haaswyk, the intention was to defraud, plunder the claim for as much money as possible. I am so sure I am […]

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Finally, An Independent Inspector

After six months of wrangling with Safeco Senior Claims Resolution Specialist Kent Stiles,  whom I fired one month ago, enduring his continued attempts to humiliate and abuse me, his attempt to go through the back door of Innovations Properties to get me hooked up with the contractor network that I thought I was already a part of, an independent cost consultant was called in. Stiles did not want him to […]

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Why Safeco and Protech are Fired: Insurance/Contractor Scam

In conversation with the State Contractors License Board, I learned that the relationship between a contractor and insurance adjuster is private, that no one is privy to what goes on during the claims process between them. This characteristic of the claims process works against the consumer, as I am a living example. Protech did everything to make the outside of the building look good, but it is deteriorating before my […]

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Fraud? Scam? Definitely Theft

I cannot believe what I am learning from documentation sent to me from Safeco. At some unspecified recent date, Safeco paid Protech Construction more than $80K for work allegedly completed at my home. The check was sent to the contractor as were three others, but I never signed them. There were three prior checks disbursed with my name on them and I had to sign those checks. Still processing . […]

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Is This Fraud, Larceny, or What?

  Just made 63. The struggle is real. Safeco, Liberty Mutual has provided the claim file. I have found $28-30K of discrepancies. Safeco has foisted the burden to the contractor, who was brought into the deal by the Safeco adjuster. I asked the adjuster about the remaining claim funds in October and she refused to answer my question, went incommunicado for two months. When she did surface, it was indirectly, […]

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