Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office

Nasty Experience

Had a nasty experience with Christopher Maurice, an inspector from this office with a record as a violent NOPD officer – this man should not be employed in a public-facing position with the city.

The following statement was copied from a complaint I sent to his supervisor:

I was crouched down installing a paver alongside my house.

A late-model red Ford Mustang approached and parked across the street from my house.

A tall man in casual attire walked toward me.

He produced a camera and began taking photos of my house. He said nothing.

I said, at audible volume, “hello” – no reply. I said “what’s going on?” – no reply.

I waited a moment, “how can I help you?” He glanced at me and continued taking photos – still no response.

The man was entirely non-responsive. I then said “why are you taking pictures of my house?” The man replied, “because I can.” I asked “who are you with?” He responded, “the city.” I asked, “which department?” He said, “assessor.”

I said “I don’t understand. What is your name? What’s going on?” He shouted angrily, “I’m with the city” and lifted a small plastic card attached to a lanyard around his neck.

The card was entirely illegible from the distance between us (approx. fifteen feet).

I asked “what is this about?” The man was increasingly hostile and, in a clearly-agitated manner, walked back to his car to retrieve something.

I felt confused and threatened.

​He returned with a clipboard and shouted “I don’t know who you are.”

I replied in a friendly tone, “what’s your name?” ​I thought it was possible to calm the situation and resolve any initial misgivings between the unidentified man and I.

The man said “I was about to give you my card.”

I waited but, he didn’t offer any card or ID. I asked “are you here for an inspection?” He said yes, the city sent me.

I replied “so this is a surprise inspection?” Flashing his clipboard at me, the man said “says here you’ve completed repairs, I’m here to inspect.” I said, “the permit was issued two days ago and I haven’t even paid for it yet – there’s nothing to inspect.”

He glared at me, indignantly threw his hands into the air then began to walk away.

I hollered “what’s your name?” He continued walking. I stood up and asked again.

The unidentified man hastily ran towards me and shouted “Lieutenant Maurice.”

Lt. Maurice hurriedly reached into his back pocket. Judging by Lt. Maurice’s visible/audible anger I wondered, for the second time during this encounter, if Lt. Maurice was reaching for a weapon.

Lt. Maurice pulled out a wallet and opened to show an NOPD ID.

I said “so you’re a police officer – is this police business?” Lt. Maurice rolled his eyes, threw an open hand toward my face (from approx. three feet away) and walked away.

I said “strange way of doing business.” Lt. Maurice entered his car and drove away.

Is Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office legit?
Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 1 consumer(s) was/were given a Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office located?
Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office is headquarted at 1300 Perdido St New Orleans, LA 70112. We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office by dialing (504) 658-1300 or visit their website nolaassessor.com.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office’s customers, US $2352 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is medium.

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Reported Loss :2352 $
Severity of Scam :Medium
Reported by : Anonymous
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