An copy of an invoice from a Seaside Heights residents whose car was towed off his private property shows some of the charges being made by APK Towing of Toms River which have come under fire from a number of sides.
State law enforcement officials are warning New Jerseyans to be aware of home repair scams after Hurricane Sandy following the citing of 10 unregistered home improvement contractors who were rounded up in an "Undercover House" operation conducted in partnership with the Mercer County Office of Consumer Affairs.
As the restoration from Sandy continues, we’ve come to the phase where the vultures are preying on these poor people who have lost everything and are vulnerable to any scam artist. We’ve been warned to be on the lookout, , and we’ve seen what can happen.
As New Jersey residents slowly attempt to recover from Hurricane Sandy and make the necessary repairs to their homes, the Christie Administration is warning consumers to watch out for home improvement scams.
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