As many politicians do, Mr. Curran also has the same affliction of misleading the public by adopting a public face of one person and in private outside of the public eye another.
Recently a report came to the Insider detailing the private face Mr. Curran does not want you know about. The report is as follows. When purchasing another home in the same complex the home was offered on an “AS IS’ basis. He had an inspection performed. The report was approved and the purchased was completed. A couple of months later a problem was discovered in the upstairs a/c. Upon finding that the original inspection failed to report on the problem he chose to demand compensation from the seller despite the purchase contract that clearly stated an “AS IS” basis.
When this contract clause was pointed out to him he refused to honor it and instead obtained a lawyer who proceeded to send to the seller a series of demand letters with the threat of a lawsuit should the seller refuse to pay damages of $15k to him.
The seller, a recent widow (about 3 months earlier) with two of her children still residing with her, bereaved over her recent loss and the unexpected need to sell her home in order to deal with the subsequent unexpected expenses was quite distraught.
The under the pressure of the persistent deluge of demand letters and the threat of a lawsuit the widow who was also dealing with a heart condition, gave in and paid Mr. Curran $15k rather than go to court and deal with the anguish of going to court.
Does this sound like the person that talks about how much he cares for others?
We think not. What say you?
A final twist is that the lawyer Mr. Curran chose demanded his fee of $8K. Therefore, the net to Curran was a mere $7k. How would you feel regarding Mr. Curran had you been the seller under these conditions?