St Mary's Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 19th June 2012 10:36am
Buckinghamshire Trading Standards is warning Buckinghamshire residents to be aware that the following companies are cold-calling at homes in the County recently.
- Top Roof Coating
- First Choice Property Maintenance
These companies have both attempted to deceive consumers into believing that they need urgent or unnecessary work carried out on their roofs and failed to provide written cancellation rights, as required by law. Subsequent inspection of the work has also found it to have been unnecessary and very over-priced.
If residents are approached by anybody purporting to be from either of these companies, or indeed any company making similar claims, they are advised to decline any offers of work until they have had the opportunity to seek a second opinion. Trading Standards would be grateful if any such approach is reported to them, or if any resident has had work done by either company and has concerns, call on: 08454 04 05 06
Senior Trading Standards Officer
Buckinghamshire Trading Standards
Looking for a business you can trust?
Visit www.buywithconfidence.gov.uk or telephone 0808 156 2259.
For the most recent police priority report for Haddenham, please see here
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