Our expert review of this letter revealed the following:
Issued: September, 2017 & October 2017
If you go with a very popular online vendor, there’s a good chance you’ll end up with this … well, turd. We see this letter a lot, and well, so do property manager, lawyers, and HUD discrimination lawyers.
Sorry to say, but you got jacked.
- Stating a client’s disabled does not mean they’re disabled. How are they disabled?
- The letter references “limitations”, when HUD’s guidelines reference “substantially limited.”
You see, when you churn out letters like this, you end up with, well, a bad letter review.[gview file=”https://www.esadoggy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/bad-6.pdf”] [gview file=”https://www.esadoggy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/bad-3.pdf”]
Chaz Stevens is an entrepreneur, former journalist, and well-known activist who has appeared on the front pages of Time, Miami Herald, Guardian, Slate, and the Huffington Post. He’s also appeared on The Daily Show, the Colbert Report, and Fox News.
Chaz lives in South Florida with his two rescue dogs. Before launching ESAD International, he could be found working on IT for IBM, Microsoft, and The Walt Disney World Company. But his favorite job is the one he’s now doing full time — helping people get to a better place.