Phone Scam Alert!

(951) 561-4134 is a Home Improvement Robocall

Be cautious.

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  • Transcript Hello, resident. We would like to take a minute of your time to let you know we will be in your area over the next few weeks to do. Project that we will be performing. Since we will already have a crew working in your area, we are offering a special promotion. A 20. Any construction work you might need at your home. We offer 0% interest on refinancing, and after sending a crew member to avoid. Construction work you need, we will provide you with a free estimate. We are fully licensed and bonded and insured. For more information,
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  • Call Activity Low Last detected 5 days ago

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