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Posted By muleman51,
Feb 19, 2008 at 1:47 PM
I was searching the web looking for any more info on the low life Philip Dougherty and guess what I found some. If you go to www.manta.com and type in Dirigo Manufacturing under the search bar you will come up with some info. Specifically linking adobe boilers to www.outdoorboilers.com which redirects you to www.enterpriseboiler.com. Just confirming everybody's suspicion . Philip Dougherty is trying to sell more junk just like the adobe boiler. Check it out for yourself.
This is the response that Phillip Dougherty/ www.enterpriseboiler.com sent to the NY AG after four months of refusing to correspond with them. I find it odd that there were no warranty restrictions regarding a build on site boiler in effect at the time I purchased it. The archived warranty on the www.archive.org website shows the warranty stipulations changed after my boiler purchase date of March 16,2007. Could it be the warranty was changed to suit the needs of Phillip Dougherty and Dirigo Manufacturing? Phil also sent a copy of the Adobe warranty. Guess what -- this version of the warranty is no where to be found anywhere. Sounds like another conveniently altered document to help out the con artist. The last two sentences were added in section # 8 probably just for my benefit as I have filed complaints with the ME/NY AG's and the BBB after I could never contact dear old Phil. Phil's e-mail from July 1, 2008 with the "30 days on parts" conflicts with every warranty previously found on archive.org--all other warranties with the "parts" warranty have a 1 year limitation. He goes on to say "The warranty has been posted on the Site since 2003 stating the warranty." WHAT SITE?!?!?! The only thing I could find was www.dirigomanufacturing.com--that went back to Feb. 2006.
The images are finally up for the last post. The 2nd and 3rd image should be switched. Adobe owners tell me if this warranty looks familiar- oops I forgot you probably didn't get any warranty.
What warranty ,how would we know he never returns any calls. That still doesn't explain why he sent me the wrong boiler with a altered serial number. What a crook and poor excuse for a human being.
Adobe owners---- Good news - the www.adobeboiler.com website is up and running again. Buy your Adobe Boiler assembled or in a kit. See the same old rehash of old Adobe Boiler pamphlets and the "Contact Us" (E-mail contact only). See the rehash of "Gasifire unit" Phillip Dougherty has used a couple of years ago. Website is constructed by same website provider as www.enterpriseboiler.com . E-mail the new company because you can't call them- Susan and Jim. There is no mention of who owns this company.
Was this wealth of knowledge of boilers passed on by Phillip Dougherty to the new company or is he still lurking behind the curtain??????? Hmmm.......
www.adobeboiler.com is down AGAIN..........BUT Phillip Dougherty has filed another Foreign(Out of state)LLC as of 10/16/2008. He is no longer the registered agent but has let Business Filings Incorporated handle all his junk mail.(complaints,warranty issues,general questions,etc,etc)
Dirigo Manufacturing LLC , www.enterpriseboiler.com , www.royalmtn.com are still alive and well. I lost track of things as I was working on the install of a truly functional wood boiler.
ANY Adobe owners willing to discuss their buying experience with Phillip Dougherty? It seems an insurance company is trying to GET IN CONTACT with dear old Phil. Sound familiar???? I'm sure Phil is busy selling insurance policies to the unsuspecting. Ironic isn't it, an insurance company trying to locate a fellow salesman. Seems his continued unscrupulous salesmanship has gotten him some more attention.