- Report: #964381
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Complaint Review: Dallas Wheeler
Dallas Wheeler4750 South 44th Tempe, Arizona United States of America
Dallas Wheeler theft, infringement, piracy, plagiarism, liar, cheat, Tempe, Arizona
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He is known to steal the work of others and claim it as his own. The instances that I personally know of are in Unity 3D, 3DS Max, CryEngine/ Cry Engine 2 and 3, and his worst offence is the Creation Engine used in Skyrim.
He will often grab a picture of an upcoming game or design, add a single photoshop filter (and sometimes not even that much), and proceed to claim it as his own on facebook/ myspace or a website on Wix.com. (which his websites are also free templates that he claims to create on his own).
i should also add he's a regular scumbag. he's been caught numerous times trying to seduce the women of close friends even after he knows they are taken.
stay clear of this guy. you will want nothing to do with him or how he will shamelessly encroach on your personal life and your company with lawsuits once his stolen work is figured out. this is not a personal vendetta to post this, it's a warning.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/03/2012 09:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Dallas-Wheeler/Tempe-Arizona-85282/Dallas-Wheeler-theft-infringement-piracy-plagiarism-liar-cheat-Tempe-Arizona-964381. 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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