- Report: #5957
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Complaint Review: Benntra, Inc.
Benntra, Inc., Hawaii U.S.A.
BennTra, Inc. Tracie Vowels lie, cheat, and steal .."Dead Beat Dad" Benn Wilcox Grand Theft Auto, Fraud
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These two people have barrowed over $10,000 from family, and friends, as soon as they could they moved to Hawaii with no intentions on returning the money they owed. The contact person to this company is a "Dead Beat Dad" Benn Wilcox Left his children with no support, and has not attempted to contact them in over a year.
The women that owns the company Tracie Vowels has done nothing but lie, cheat and steal. She incourages Benn to stay out of reach, and to be non supportive of his children. They are selfish, and unworthy of any trust.
Benn has been involved in other businesses, leaving the company's with nothing. Benn has also been convicted of Grand Theft Auto, and Fraud with the Washtenaw County Court in Michigan, and Wayne County, Detroit.
These two people are not to be trusted with anything valuable. They are two demons that sit side by side cheating honest people out of there money. Tracie is nothing but white trash with home made tattoos her biker boy friend needled in her neck. They are lazy drug users.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/30/2001 12:00 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Benntra-Inc/Hawaii/BennTra-Inc-Tracie-Vowels-lie-cheat-and-steal-Dead-Beat-Dad-Benn-Wilcox-Grand-The-5957. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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