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#126783 - 03/02/07 03:40 PM Anyone around Tampa, Fl with a license?
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Registered: 01/18/05
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Loc: Florida
I'm stuck.... I came here from Georgia with a unlimited contractor license and now in order to get one here I need a contractor to sign and notarized my work experience. Anyone been here? Anyone wanna sign my paper for a nominal fee? I work for a guy now, but do think he's gonna sign my paper so I can compete with him. Probably not.

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#126784 - 03/02/07 08:27 PM Re: Anyone around Tampa, Fl with a license?
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Registered: 10/02/05
Posts: 141
Loc: Florida
I really doubt anyones going to put their license in jeopardy by lying for you, I can't believe you asked on a public forum. Anyway, Can't you get the contractors from GA to sign for you?

If the guy you work for now won't sign tell the board that and show them w-2's to prove your time.

Are you going for the state license or a county?

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#126785 - 03/02/07 08:36 PM Re: Anyone around Tampa, Fl with a license?
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You have a contractors' license, write your own letter.

Haven't had the license that long? Your former employers ought to be willing to sign.

Otherwise ... asking someone who does not know you to certify a lie, so you can compete with him ... sure! Makes sense to me!

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