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Contractor Scott Kula Accused of Not Completing Work: Lower Mac...

There are 8 comments on the The Morning Call story from Mar 4, 2009, titled Contractor Scott Kula Accused of Not Completing Work: Lower Mac.... In it, The Morning Call reports that:

A Lower Macungie Township man is accused of stealing from three homeowners who hired him to do work at their properties between November 2007 and July 2008, state police at Fogelsville said.

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Amused Crack-er

Bethlehem, PA

#2 Mar 4, 2009
mark romig wrote:
hi, im mark romig and i do the same thing....but i actually take peoples money, tell them im going to double it for them and then *uck them over....hahah im the greatest con man alive, i was recently evicted from my apartment in bethlehem and STOLE the oven and sold it real cheap.....because im a total loser....anyways you all have a nice day and i cant wait to get a chance to steal from you all.......
Dude, you need to lay off the drugs for awhile...
Throw Away the Key

Allentown, PA

#3 Mar 4, 2009
This contractor took the money and never showed up to do the work.

Perhaps I would have been lucky if the contractor recommended by my engineer had done the same. Instead, the contractor I hired took the money, laid asphalt that began to break up in less than six months, laid impermeable pavers instead of permeable pavers, created drainage problems,(all against the site plan and legal signed contract), and left a mess. I had to pay a second contractor to finish up the details required by zoning. I am still trying to figure out how much of the rest of the mess to correct, and whether or not to sue.
kathy65

United States

#4 Mar 4, 2009
Pa. needs to follow NJ laws for contractors, that all of them that do any work in that state...no matter what state you live in...must be registered in the state the work will be performed in...

this guy wa charged in Pa for doing this last year and has done it again????
from the inside

Clark, NJ

#5 Mar 4, 2009
Is that the Scott Kula from Central Catholic?
Reader

Silver Spring, MD

#6 Mar 4, 2009
They need to seize his business and personal assets until all funds are returned or the work is performed. This is the only way to treat a thief like this.
ICE Phila

Washington, DC

#7 Mar 4, 2009
Put this bum in jail and force him to payback all the money he took.
Be Aware

Allentown, PA

#8 Mar 4, 2009
There are so many cheats out there and its almost impossible to get it back.

Had an inground pool put in and with a contract the guy charged sales tax after contract and was a labor only contract. PA Dept. Of Revenue backed the statement yet did nothing to assist in getting funds back.

Word of mouth, multiple estimates with detailed explanation of work to be preformed. Check the BBB.com .
Lissa

Allentown, PA

#9 Mar 7, 2009
He is one shady contractor, and really, I've seen and heard about his work, he is NO contractor

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