On 12-21-20 I paid Unlimited Solar for two solar batteries and installation a total of $20,000. I was told by the salesperson, Maurice King, that I needed to pay the contract amount in full before 2021 in order to take the solar federal tax deduction, so I did. As of today, 10-13-21 Unlimited Solar has not provided me with the Tesla solar batteries or installation.
After repeated calls and messages, most of which went unanswered, I was told during the summer that the Tesla batteries were not available and I should take the Enphase batteries instead. Then I was told that would require a new county permit which could take months. During that time, I had to keep calling for updates, but was always told they are “waiting on the permit.”
I was finally given the date of October 5, 2021 at 10:00 AM for my battery installation. No one came. I called the salesperson and the office. I was told by the office that they had to cancel the installation for October 5 and that they don’t have the batteries, never once notifying me of this in advance. That was the last straw.
I did some research and found a neighbor who had used the same company That day, I walked to their house and met them. They had an installation of solar and Tesla batteries this February 2021 by the same company, Unlimited Solar. I paid in full before they paid, and they received their batteries. I did not.
At this time, it appears that Unlimited Solar has no intention of fulfilling their contract and is using my money instead to float their business. Several weeks ago, I was contacted by a lady in Delray. My name was given as a customer referral. It appears they are still signing up customers although they do not fulfill orders. They are engaging in fraud.
I am going to file a police report for fraud against the owner of Unlimited Solar, Justin C. Talmadge. I urge others to do the same. I have already opened a complaint to the BBB. I can’t afford to lose a large sum of money like this and I do not accept being disrespected by these people.