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Re: Roofing Scam

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10-25-2013 15:42:25

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Did he have a silvery spray rig in the back of his truck? Their "replacement" consists of spraying a mix of used motor oil and aluminum paint. It lasts until the first hard rain.

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10-25-2013 18:27:21

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 Re: Roofing Scam in reply to steve_in_mo, 10-25-2013 15:42:25  
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We used to have a guy and his kid come around from the south, and always during harvest time. IIRC, Costello was his name. They did bin, barn, and roof painting. There was a guy they called "The Tin Man" that actually did the painting, because that's what he looked like when he was done with the job. They actually did decent work for years, but the last job was done with about 94% regular unleaded and 6% silver paint. It washed off during the first rain. They haven't been back since.


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10-25-2013 15:43:05

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 Re: Roofing Scam in reply to steve_in_mo, 10-25-2013 15:42:25  
Some of them even cut it with gas or diesel fuel.

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10-25-2013 16:32:44

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 Re: Roofing Scam in reply to steve_in_mo, 10-25-2013 15:43:05  
This is a shingled roof. Got luck,deputy was patrolling about 2 miles from the house. License plates were from louisana.

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