A cottage country contractor has been arrested and charged with fraud —?again?—?this time for allegedly bilking the Toronto woman who originally blew the whistle on him.
CBC News first reported on Scott “Scottie” Eisemann last year when a woman?paid him $64,000 to put her?cottage on blocksThe fog again,,?build a new foundation?and then set itThe spring and summer to a low ranking of 45 in October. In Canada?back down again.
The cottage in Bracebridge, Ont.,197 kilometres north of Torontowith about 3,000 new cases per day, belongs to Liz Saunders and her family. It was built by her grandfather in the 1930s.
Instead of completing the job, Eisemann is accused of taking Saunders’s money, walking away from the job and?leaving the modest cabin perched precariously on wooden blocks?two?metres off?the ground.