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FMB SHOWS ITSELF TO BE RATHER LESS THAN FAB

LETTERS

I have experienced serious dif-culties with a contractor, now in liquidation, that was a member of the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), and a phoenix company with the same directors, which has been allowed to succeed it as an FMB member.

I have now spent more than a year in time-consuming negotiations, but the FMB warranty, which should have provided protection, has so far failed to deliver and enable the building in question to be completed.

I am interested to know if I am alone in experiencing such dif-culties and would be keen to -nd out if any other readers who had also problems with FMB-registered contractors or the FMB warranty scheme.

Sue Glass, West Malling

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