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Victims of A&J Roofing Solutions, who were spread across Bradford and Leeds, reported to the officers of Trading Standards that they were attracted to the company by its professional-looking leaflets, website and sign written vans.
It was only later, when the prices started to escalate or when it began to rain that they realised that they had been dealing with a rogue trader.
The large shed was completely destroyed when a small amount of petrol, stored in containers and garden machinery, leaked.
It is believed that the petrol vapours were ignited by a faulty fluorescent light-fitting, which caused the explosion that set the rest of the fuel alight. West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service has now warned of the dangers of storing petrol.
During interview, Pollard admitted that he would not have been happy if a roofer had carried out the same standard of work to his roof.
In total the victims paid more than £34,000 to A&J Roofing Solutions with many then having to pay other traders more money to put the problems right.
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The conviction was secured last month by the West Yorkshire Financial Exploitation and Abuse Team (WYFEAT) which was set up with the aim of combatting rogue traders who prey on the vulnerable.Fire Investigation Officer Jamie Lister said: 'In light of what could have been a potentially devastating incident, WYFRS would like to reiterate the safety considerations around storage and use of petrol in homes and gardens.'Petrol produces a vapour which is extremely flammable and must be treated with utmost care.THE boss of the most complained about roofing company in West Yorkshire has been jailed for ripping customers off with inflated bills for substandard work.West Yorkshire Police had the highest number per force apart from the Metropolitan Police, which recorded 231 dog thefts last year.The study, by Direct Line pet insurance, had findings from ten participating police forces.