Baptist Church, In Class Action, Claims|United Steel Building Cheats By Lowballing

     FORT LAUDERDALE (CN) – United Steel Building cheats customers by taking deposits on a lowball estimate, then raising the price, citing increased steel prices, forcing customers to pay more money or lost their deposits, a Baptist Church says a class action in Broward County Court.

     The Landmark Baptist Church of Haines City each member of the proposed class suffered damages of $15,000 or more, and that the total losses may or may not exceed $5 million.
     To add insult to injury, the church says, United claims that “its ‘Company Motto’ is to ‘Live by the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.’ Such is not the case, however.”
     The church and its proposed class are represented by Gary Farmer of Boca Raton and John Uustal (sic) of Fort Lauderdale.

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