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Thanks for the insight. Yes, we have dug a little deeper and found more unfavorable issues with this roofing company, so we will definitely not use them. The field claims adjuster came and got up on the roof and took photos, and measurements, etc. The roofing company guy was supposed to show up at the same time and never showed, so we figure they don't need us as a customer.

I was just interested to know how a scam like this could unfold -- would the field claims adjuster have to be "in on it" and getting a kick back? I no longer think this is a scam or the roofing guy would have showed up when he said he would. I just think they are a crappy company, so we will go on down the road. But I just thought I would try to be aware of how these scams would work. Thanks.

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