Green Solution Or Green Solutions ocoee Florida Review

“green solution(s)”” claims to be giving free energy consultations in cooperation with the Florida power comapanies to reduce the energy costs of those with high electric bills. I called the power companies and there are no official or unoffical relationships with the above mentioned company. nI highly recommend not to offer any information to the caller and hang up. They will sound like a well greased scam artist and this you will discover by the lack of any official information. The number they call from is 407-325-2351 with a cell of 321-230-6673. The first is not a working number

the second is a personal cell phone of the “”employee””. nHere in FL companies use this method to lure and pressure home owners into buying solar heated water panels for hot water and pool usage. Most likely this is the scam here. nI wish the american business machine would grow some ethics some day and just be honest with the consumers. Scam artist…. you will only end up in jail . Turn your life around and make the right choices in life for once. nTo the voters….. law makers….. Republicans and Democrats both fail to fix this problem

vote for another party. The 2008 election year had 12 presidental candidates on the ballot in FL…. and Obama was not the only black man…… ngood luck

wise up

stand up

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