Would you let him borrow your wife?I am worried, I am being pressured from a relative because he wants to use my Ca. General Contractor's license to do jobs. I am leary of it because I do not know what legal implications and liabilities would hit me. I right now have it listed as "inactive" status because I am working in a different field right now. I worked hard to get my CA General's license and do not want to jeapordize my good standing and reputation or risk any liability against my license or my personal life. How do I tell this "family member" no without alienating half my family. Would appreciate suggestions.:clap::clap::clap::clap: HELP PLEASE!
All the more reason to refuse him. I will venture to guess that 99% to 100% of the posters on this site admire your stance on this.Thank you for answering my post, everyone has given me great feedback that this is not a good thing to do even though I knew it was not right, the guy is a liar and trying to pull one over on me like everyone else he has buffalo'd in the family. We see right through the guy!:thumbsup:
hello501: just a couple options on the wording - I understand you're looking for the right words to say.:clap::clap:Thank you so much for helping me find the words to refuse his requests!!!
blaming it on insurance? He seems to think he can get insurance and that "I" would have nothing to worry about. So I should tell him no insurance would approve? Thank you again!!!
ey, I like your first option!!! But in the interest of not causing any waves for my wife (since it is her brother's daughter's lame-o boyfriend/father of her children), I will use your second option and then later probably throw in your first option in a one on one situation! Once again, thank you for helping me with the "verbage" that I will be using later tonight over at the family's dinner while watching the fight on PPV!