OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – An Oklahoma contractor has been making cold calls in rural Nebraska. He’s offering farmers and acreage owners a great deal to improve their driveways.
A friendly stranger pulls onto Mike Pratt’s property and promises that when chips are down, he’ll have a smoother driveway.
Sylvester Cooper, driveway contractor said, “Its tar and chip. We spread a high asphalt down and put the gravel over the top of it.”
Tar and Chip Asphalt Company rolls out a bargain for Mike.
Sylvester Cooper said, “I’ve got enough to cover 100 square yards. Bottom line? A thousand dollars for 100 square yards.”
All contractors doing business in Nebraska are required to register with the state labor department, but Tar and Chip Asphalt are not on the list.
Jim Hegarty with the Better Business Bureau said, “And we clearly know this particular contractor was not licensed to do this kind