They wanted pool railings installed but it never happened. (Source: 3TV)An Anthem couple received their $750 back from a contractor after 3 On Your Side got involved. (Source: 3TV)An Anthem woman says she is certainly a lot happier these days, and she says she owes it all to 3 On Your Side. “Because of you, we are $750 back in the good," Bonnie Lawry said. In a previous 3 On Your Side report, Bonnie and her husband Lance explained how they had been ripped off for $750.
The Lawrys paid Reed $750 upfront but say he didn't do any work. (Source: 3TV)They say John Reed kept all that money and never installed hand rails. (Source: 3TV)Lance Lawry explains where he feel while cleaning the pool. (Source: 3TV)When Lance and Bonnie Lawry were looking to buy a home in Anthem a few years ago, they knew exactly what they wanted. "Well, that was one of our priorities was to get a house with a pool,” Bonnie told 3 On Your Side.
Hernandez apparently didn't have a measuring tape because kitchen drawers were not closing properly and there were big gaps showing where drawers were unable to close. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Pridemore handed over a series of checks totaling over $2,200 which was almost the full amount of the job. (Source: 3TV)Josh Pridemore and his wife are first-time parents. They're also first-time homeowners. In fact, they recently purchased a Chandler home after looking around for a while.
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