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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Olympus Pools, amid investigations by state regulators and law enforcement for hundreds of unfinished pools, closed its doors for good Saturday morning, citing a forced license relinquishment by the state of Florida.Did Olympus pools owner pay $1 million for unfinished projects?
New documents have shown the owner of Olympus Pools has been fined $1.4 million for hundreds of unfinished projects. TAMPA BAY, Fla — New documents show the owner of Olympus Pools has been fined $1.4 million for hundreds of unfinished projects.What happens if Olympus doesn't satisfy subcontractor liens?
Olympus owner James Staten earlier this week said he disputes the subcontractor liens, but the bottom line for homeowners is this: if Olympus doesn’t satisfy the liens, they’ll have to pay twice for work on a pool they still can’t enjoy.Why did the owner of the pool company surrender his license?
According to documents from the state, the owner, who claimed media reports forced him to hand over his license, agreed to surrender his license to avoid further proceedings with the state. Customers who were left with unfinished pools and huge messes will be eligible for restitution money.