- Report: #271264
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Complaint Review: C.N. Brown
C.N. Brown1 C.n. Brown Rd South Paris, Maine U.S.A.
C.N. Brown Big Apple C-store caught again selling liquor to minors, this time a manager sold it HUGE RIP OFF South Paris Maine
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This is very serious and something definitely needs to be done. The State of Maine needs to AT ONCE pull the licenses in all Big Apple stores to sell booze.
This company gets caught at EVERY sting that does get done, yet to date has not paid one dime in fines for it, nor are their cashiers ever charged with a crime.
The state is also in the wrong, it happens so frequently, yet they keep licensing these stores to not only sell malt beverages, but hard alcohol as well.
It's time the state did something, I am sick and tired of seeing C N Brown just get away with this and their soloution every time is to "fire the cashier".
Are they even trained on selling alcohol, and who to ask for ID? We all need to write to Augusta and tell them to pull the liquor license away from C N brown AT ONCE, and show them that this will not be tolerated by the state of Maine.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/30/2007 06:09 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/CN-Brown/South-Paris-Maine/CN-Brown-Big-Apple-C-store-caught-again-selling-liquor-to-minors-this-time-a-manager-so-271264. 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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