ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- Vincent Beneduce says he worked for energy audit companies for eight days before he quit.
He did not like their sales techniques, he said, calling them relentless and misleading. "They way they're harassing people to get these appointments is unethical and it is dishonest."
In fact, there have been viewer complaints to First Coast News of incessant calls from companies offering free energy audits, and ultimately sales of energy saving products.
Beneduce still has his appointment book of glossy graphics and lists of reasons a homeowner should buy energy saving devices at a high price.
"If they were honest they wouldn't have to call people 30 times and that is the dishonest part that I am talking about," he said.
When asked about his employer, Beneduce gave the names of several companies. It's not a quick answer.