- Report: #418769
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Complaint Review: Cheryl Switzer - The Switzer Group
Cheryl Switzer - The Switzer Group4906 Cypress Shores Drive New Bern, North Carolina U.S.A.
Cheryl Switzer The Switzer Group This lady borrowed money from me on a promisorry note and never paid New Bern North Carolina
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Robert Driscol
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I was working with her on some projects and because of that mutual working relationship I let her borrow money from me on a promisory note, and she never made good on the note. She made 2 payments and then never returned a call or e-mail. She literally dropped of the face of the earth. I took her to court and received a judgement for $26,282.08 as of July 26th 2006. With 12% interest per annum after that.
I spent another year trying to find out what she owes so that I could attach and/or collect on this judgement. She owns absolutley NOTHING. Everyhing she claimed she owns to back up the note was false, all of her paperwork was fraudulent and everything is actually in other peoples names. She is very adept at getting you to believe her and then stealing your money.
Do not lend this 'lady' or her company ANY money, unless you are planning to give it away.
Leona Valley, California
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