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This Startup Just Raised Over $65 Million To Make Your Next Home …- iHomewise.com

This Startup Just Raised Over $ 65 Million To Make Your Next Home …
News from Business Insider:

PorchPorch, a Seattle-based home improvement startup, just raised more than $ 65 million to get your next home improvement project finished as painlessly as possible.

Founded in 2012, Porch has raised $ 100 million so far, with this latest round led by Valor Equity.

Porch lets you browse photos for home improvement inspiration and then find professionals near you that will help you make those visions a reality. It has 1.5 million professionals in its system so far. 

The latest product out of Porch is its booking app that lets users find a vetted professional that’s already signed up to do a job at a pre-negotiated price and schedule an appointment instantaneously.

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Attorney General DeWine seeks consumer restitution from home improvement …
News from Twinsburg Bulletin:

Akron — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine on Jan. 15 announced a lawsuit seeking consumer restitution and other relief from a Northeast Ohio home improvement contractor accused of failing to deliver promised services to consumers.

The lawsuit, filed in the Summit County Common Pleas Court, accuses Dean Jones of Westlake, doing business as Premier Contractor Services, of committing multiple violations of Ohio’s consumer protection laws.

“Consumers signed over their insurance checks or made substantial down payments to this contractor but never received the services they were promised,” DeWine said. “It’s our job to take action when a home repair contractor breaks the law and refuses to work with us or with consumers to resolve the problem.” 

The Attorney General’s Office has received three complaints against Premier Contractor Services with total damages approaching $ 38,000. 

Northeast Ohio consumers said they paid Premier for home repair, remodeling, and room construction services, but that the business failed to deliver the services and failed to provide refunds. In some cases, consumers had to incur additional costs to complete the contracted work.

The Attorney General’s lawsuit charges Dean Jones, doing business as Premier Contractor Services, with failing to deliver, violating the Deposits Rule, and violating the Home Solicitatio…………… continues on Twinsburg Bulletin

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