Google News article I built my house.
I paid my contractor $10,000 and he built a foundation.
And I have no regrets.
That’s how it was.
It was an instant success.
But now I’m stuck with a contractor who’s paying me $20,000 a month and is supposed to be a contractor.
What’s going on?
article I don’t know what’s going wrong, but I’m still in debt.
In the past, I’d get the contract for $5,000, but the contract was only for about a year.
I’ve been paying it off for years, but it’s not as good as I was making in my spare time.
So I’ve decided to look for a new contractor.
article The first contractor I looked at was the owner of a landscaping company.
He paid me $7,500 for a month of work.
The first time I walked into the building, I thought it was a normal house.
But then I noticed that the floor was covered with cement blocks and the roof was all concrete.
The ceiling was completely covered in concrete.
Then the floor got covered with more concrete blocks and everything fell apart.
I went to the manager and told him I was so mad that I’d been paid less than what he was paying me.
He was so angry that I wanted to sue him for discrimination.
He gave me a bill for $1,500, which was too much.
He refused to take any action and never told me what to do.
I told him that the owner was paying more money than I was and that if he couldn’t take care of me, then he should leave me alone.
The manager called the company to complain.
They said, “This is just too much money.
The building is already built to be finished.”
They took my apartment, threw it out the window, and then started demolishing the house to make room for a bigger one.
The next day, I was told that they’d gone over the building’s $10 million budget and had no way to pay me back.
I was angry, too.
I said to the company’s manager, “You’ve already paid us $10.1 million, so you can’t take anything from me.”
The manager told me to get my apartment back, to pay him $10 a month for the next six months, or else I would leave the building.
I asked the manager, Why don’t you just throw me out the building?
He told me that I should stay here.
Then he started throwing other apartments in the building at me.
I thought, This is all a scam.
The company says I’ll have to pay them a monthly fee of $10 or $15.
I want to move out of the building and go somewhere safer.
I have the money I made from building my house, I don,t need the company anymore.
But I was wrong.
After I moved out of my apartment and left the building to find another contractor, I started receiving a lot of phone calls.
One caller asked me what kind of company I worked for.
I answered, I’m not a contractor anymore.
The guy went on to tell me that he would take care.
I got a job at a car wash.
He told him to take care, but instead he did all the work.
I think he wanted to make money.
He didn’t care that I was leaving.
He also told me he would make sure that I would get paid $10 for the month that I worked.
I took him up on the offer, but my life didn’t get better.
I found out that the company was still paying me the same amount.
The phone calls started coming in every day.
I didn’t have much time to waste.
I started calling my old friends to ask for advice.
One of my old co-workers started to worry about me, too, and he started to talk to a lawyer about suing the company.
A lawyer told me the company would probably pay me $10 per month if I sued them. I don