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Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Warns It Won’t Stand By As Homeowners In Florida, The Gulf & Virginia Get Stiffed In A Chinese Taishan Toxic Drywall Backroom Settlement

May 21, 2012

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center has just learned there may be a potential settlement involving the Chinese government owned toxic Chinese drywall maker called Taishan, and thousands of US homeowners in Florida, Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Southeast Texas. That is supposedly the good news. From what the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center has learned the potential settlement involves pennies on the dollars, in what insiders describe as a backroom deal for completely innocent US homeowners, and the group is saying, “No way. If the rest of the nation understood the magnitude of the toxic Chinese drywall disaster in places like Florida, or Virginia we think they would be horrified, and very angry. It is bad enough that President Obama and his Administration have been no shows to the toxic Chinese drywall disaster in Florida, the US Gulf States and Virginia. We think its just as insulting that a Chinese government owned drywall factory, that was spewing out toxic Chinese drywall gets free pass, and we are saying no to anymore backroom deals involving toxic Chinese drywall. If China values US consumers, it is pay up time.” http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

(PRWEB) May 21, 2012

According to the US Consumer Products Safety Commission a Chinese government owned factory exporting a specific type of toxic drywall called Taishan has levels of hydrogen sulfide that are so unsafe the homes need to be completely gutted. According to the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center, “The problem is the toxic Chinese drywall homes in question are in places like Florida, Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Southeast Texas, there are thousands of them, and a settlement involving pennies on the dollar helps no one. How do these people repair their homes with pennies on the dollar? If the Chinese government is too formidable for a bunch of US plaintiffs attorneys, in a US Federal Court, perhaps these homeowners should get better attorneys. We are talking about homeowners, and innocent children of homeowners living in toxic Chinese drywall hell, the United States is not a Banana Republic, and no pennies on the dollar, and or backroom deals are not going to work this time. It is an election year!” http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “Symptoms of toxic Chinese drywall include copper electrical wires, or copper pipes turning black, or eating holes in copper air conditioning coils. How good does this sound for the homeowners, or their children living in these homes? While President Obama likes to go to Florida, or Virginia for fundraising events, he has yet to mention the toxic Chinese drywall disaster one time in public? How does President Obama use a campaign slogan like quote Forward, when his Administration has left so many US citizens behind?” The biggest concern of the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is what are the long term exposure issues related to the health of homeowners, or their children living in one of the 100,000 plus toxic Chinese drywall homes in Florida, and the US Southeast?” Another big concern the group has is how long will it take for US consumers to realize doing business with China, or buying their products may not be good for their health? http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is now saying, “We may have just discovered toxic Chinese drywall in a portion of Canada, that lines up with the US midwest. The drywall in question was sold in a household name big box home improvement store. Aside from our concern for Canadian homeowners, we are now concerned about US homeowners in the US Midwest.” http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

(United States District Court-Eastern District of Louisiana MDL Case #2047)

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