PG&E advises customers to beware of inspectors trying to sell h...

Full story: Santa Cruz Sentinel

PGE customers are being advised to be wary of callers asking to check their homes for conservation opportunities after a man who reportedly said he worked for the utility walked through a Lompico house and tried to sell the owner an $8,000 heater earlier this month.

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Tim

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Oct 30, 2011
 
Janitors are not qualified to judge a mechanical installation. Roy Saric should let the County Inspector do his job, get any corrections done, then pay his balance.
Tim

El Dorado Hills, CA

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Feb 21, 2012
 
Who is this dumb ass calling this business a scam? Home sitting on his fat ass collecting a welfare check no doubt.
Tradesman wrote:
another wanabee in the energy market...what does L.A. have to
do with your ( scam ) business,there is lots of PG&E money
for new/unqualified contractors that sell elixirs via the
web....jump on the wagon!...aka teamwork!! go back to
ohms law and get a real title/job description ....
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