- Report: #1007333
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Complaint Review: Brylane Media
Brylane MediaNY, New York United States of America
Brylane Media Ashford Radio Jonathan Broxton duped my 89 year old mother out of $12000.000 and then another $8000.00 without her consent. NY, New York
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Recently he called again and spoke to my mother saying he was someoneother then Broxton asking my mom for more money but she recognized who he was and told him he was a crook and never to call her again.
Now she is in the hopital again as she fell in the shower and broke her leg. Upon paying her bills for her while she is away I came accross information that a company out of NY, Brylane Media has hit her credit card, which Broxton kept the information on, four new unauthorized charges totalling $8000.000. Needless to say I reported it as fraud. How this man gets by with this is incredulous to me but I suspect he will soon go down for another fraud. Hopefully he will not get by with another surname and be allowed to fraud the elderly ever again. He needs to be behind bars as a ward of the state for a long time for he is a crook of the higfhest order. Defrauding an elderly person is one of the most heinous crimes ever and we plan on instigating a police report on the above referenced matter.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/01/2013 11:52 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Brylane-Media/NY-New-York-/Brylane-Media-Ashford-Radio-Jonathan-Broxton-duped-my-89-year-old-mother-out-of-12000000-1007333. 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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