maybe you should invest in a computer,, Us builders is a construction company, as well
I know people who work there and the place is a joke. The magazine goes out to basically just the people in the articles and the people who buy ads. This whole process is just to have people buy ads. ITS A SCAM it will NOT help your business and will just waste your time.
There is a REAL company called US Builders which is a construction company but this one is NOT that one. The one in maine and DC is FAKE! dont trust them!
http://www.usbiweb.com/ heres the link.
US Builders is also a general contractor in Texas, as well as had have great reviews written about in US Builders Review
I received a text msg from this number saying my email account had been hacked and that I needed to reply so they could call me to verify my account. I just hit "delete."
job mhesan karigar
So you say you've done business with them "many times over the years" and all of a sudden today you decide to look them up on a web site for people to report unknown numbers and scams? LOL.
My goodness, the stink of desperation is just oozing out of your boiler room onto 800 notes. Thanks for letting us know how tough this site is making it to run your scam!
I've worked with US Builders Review many times over the years with my ads in their publication, and we think it's a great construction trade journal. Maybe next time don't hang up and listen to what they have to say and you might learn about something that will benefit your company. They've been around for years and have a AAA Better Business rating.
I registered on the National Do not call list and for the last few days been getting a barrage of calls. This number is the only one that left a message in the last day or 2. (I stopped answering them). My guess is that they get the registry and call up to the 30 day cut off when it then becomes illegal. There was no actual message just noise and a hang up. Other unkniown callers include (324)903-6727, & (970) 589-4341.
A gentleman by the name of Scott Card said he was with US Builders. He had our CEO's name and would only speak to him. He said he was calling to speak to him about a potential state/national project. He was extremely vague and I have become quite the expert on figuring out if it's a scam.
I googled both his number and his company name that he stated while on the phone with him.
The company he told me is a company is in fact a valid company in Houston, but he does not work for them. I called and told them someone called representing their company and asked if Scott Card worked for them. They said no.
The only other US Builders that I could find online is a construction based publication called US Builders Review and one in Allison Park, PA that has been around for a long time. He could work for either of those, but still just sounds SHADY!
Woman named "Karisa" called and said she was from "U.S. Builders "and that she was getting ready for a spring project" and was looking for "4-5 Top Contractors" in California. When I inquired about the location of her company she said they had two offices; one in Washington DC and the other in Portland, Maine. She asked if I had heard of her company before and I said I hadn't. She wanted information from me about my company, but I first asked her that I wanted to know more about US Builders first. It turns out that US Builders is nothing more than a publication. They are NOT a construction company. I told Karisa I was NOT interested and hung up.
My recommendation if you get a call.... don't waste your time!
Caller purports to be with U.S. Builders, a contractor from Houston