Cherokee Windows owner Jose Luna
...To get to the root of the problem, Contact 16 talked with Cherokee Window owner Jose Luna.He
had problems in the past but they were under control by 2001."We were on the upswing.We were okay with the Attorney General and the Better Business Bureau
and the next thing you know it happened again," said Luna
. The Indiana
Attorney General has more than 30 complaints against Cherokee Windows
was out of work for several months after a car accident in August of 2001."The people that were supposedly managing my business were not.They were managing their own business at my expense and my customer's expense."The former Cherokee employees deny this claim.Luna
filing charges."On September 23 they showed up at my house and demanded me to hand over Cherokee to them."
One of the former employees admits he
wanted to buy the business.Luna
refused the offer."That day those guys walked out on me, and were up and running the next day as Window World."Window World says its business started in October and Tectonic's started a few weeks ago.Several customers are getting their windows from these businesses but Jose Luna
says he'll do it."We plan on delivering to our customers that what they were promised even if it was unethical, false promises.We will honor all those things to save the reputation."
Restarting projects, negotiating with manufacturersLuna
says he'll re-start projects on December 16.The Evansville Police Department
has stopped its investigation to see if Luna
promise.Customers can reach Jose Luna
is negotiating with several manufacturers to get windows to fulfill orders.The Evansville Police Department
says from the financial records they saw, Luna
is in tremendous debt.Meanwhile, the attorney general is continuing its investigation.
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