- Report: #1051527
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Complaint Review: Blu Couture Wedding Films
Blu Couture Wedding Films61 Chantilly Irvine, California USA
Blu Couture Wedding Films Stole my money and never gave me my wedding video Irvine California
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When I got married in 2008 Marty Gruszins took our money, never produced a video then dropped off the face of the earth shutting down his website, email and phones when he was Dreamscope. I have been looking for him for the last five years and when finally foud him 3 days ago and spoke to him he said he had an expensive divorce so that's why he took the money and that my wedding film was on a fried harddrive. He said he was bankrupt and the woman he is in business now is controlled all the money so he could not refund it, even said she was not his wife- her FB profile pic is their wedding photo.
The man is a pathalogical liar and I found several women on the internet he did this to as well. DO NOT USE HIS SERVICES. That was the only video camera I had a my wedding and my dad, grandpa, grandma and aunt were there, all who have since passed in the last couple of years. No one else deserves to have this happen to them ever much less on a day so special and irreplaceable.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/16/2013 05:21 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Blu-Couture-Wedding-Films/Irvine-California-92620/Blu-Couture-Wedding-Films-Stole-my-money-and-never-gave-me-my-wedding-video-Irvine-Calif-1051527. 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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