For Immediate Release
June 28, 2012
Connie Stratton, Senior Assistant Attorney General
Attorney General Michael A. Delaney announced today that a Merrimack County Superior Court judge granted the State's Petition for Preliminary Injunctive Relief and Petition for Attachment against Timothy Currier and Green Home Energy Systems, LLC.
The State's Consumer Protection Bureau filed for injunctive relief against Timothy Currier and Green Home Energy Systems, LLC as a result of its having received a number of consumer complaints against this business. The nature of the consumer complaints is that Currier took significant deposits from consumers in exchange for the promise of roofing and/or other contacting work, and then failed to either perform the work or performed it in such a way as to require repairs. The consumers further allege that Currier failed to show up for appointments, failed to return multiple calls made to him and when the consumers were able to reach him, he gave numerous excuses as to why he had not yet done the work. Currier has failed to refund deposits for work he has not performed.
By granting the State's Petition for Injunctive Relief and Petition for Attachment, Currier and Green Home Energy Systems, LLC are prohibited from accepting deposits, retainers, or any form of advance payment for work.
Anyone who has a consumer complaint against a business is urged to file a complaint with the Consumer Protection Bureau of the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, by logging onto www.doj.nh.gov/consumer. For anyone who does not have access to the internet, they may have a complaint form mailed to them by calling 1-888-468-4454.
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