- Report: #511199
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Complaint Review: Crunchies Food Company, LLC
Crunchies Food Company, LLCThousand Oaks, California United States of America
Crunchies Food Company, LLC Jim Lacey Be careful investing in this company Thousand Oaks, California
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Still Scammin
*General Comment: Concerned Investor
*Author of original report: Crunchies Food Company honors a debt.
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Crunchies Food Company, LLC is managed by an individual that has (in my opinion) no concern/regard about the money he is given to improve and/or run his business. I have dedicated thousands of dollars and roughly a year of "no pay" labor. I asked for a financial statement and was denied. He made a unilateral decision that all the money and time I contributed was to be rolled over to stock. If so, then I want a financial statement. If not, I want to be paid and repaid.
Also, I heard he has terminated the quality control persons services. The company is always out there begging for investors. Yet, he continues to make monthly payments on his million dollar house on Westlake.
I am concerned, very concerned.
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