Sunday, August 31, 2014
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N.J. window company owner faces fraud charges

A screen grab from Dream House´s web site on Tuesday, which still listed the company as being Better Business Bureau-accredited. However, a check with BBB.org found that the accreditation has been revoked.
A screen grab from Dream House's web site on Tuesday, which still listed the company as being Better Business Bureau-accredited. However, a check with BBB.org found that the accreditation has been revoked.

The owner of a West Berlin window company has been charged with fraud, and authorities are asking potential victims of his alleged schemes to come forward.

Firas Emachah, 40, of Shamong, has been charged with passing bad checks and theft by deception. Authorities said he runs Dream House Windows at 141 Cooper Road, and that he wrote more than $30,000 in bad checks to employees and suppliers. Emachah, police said, also never did home improvements after receiving deposit money for them.

His business may also go by the name Zaza Corp. or Affinity Windows, authorities said.

Anyone with information should call Camden County Prosecutor's Office Det. Grace Clodfelter at 856-225-8479. - Michael Boren

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