- Report: #1051717
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Complaint Review: Darrell and Audra Richardson
Darrell and Audra Richardson2707 N Surrey Dr, Carrollton, , Texas USA
Darrell and Audra Richardson Fake business scam Carrollton, Texas
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Please do not do business with these individuals. Unfortunately I did not read the other reports on these two scam artists before I decided to help them out. Darrell "coached" our son on a select baseball team. He approached me to help open a business to teach young athletes skills in Frisco. After meeting with him and his wife Audra, I told him I would not invest in the business but would loan him the money to get started. Within six months he was fired as coach of our team and I never received a dime back as payment. Darrell missed several meetings which he agreed to make to start a repayment. He then passed the buck to his wife Audra. She make a ton of excuses and apologies, but agreed to a payment plan. Audra , who can lie with the best of them, told me at least 20 times that the check was in the mail. Finally, after three months of trying to get payment, I received a bankruptcy notice from thier attorney.
I understand he is still in the metroplex peddling baseball lessons. Please beware!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/17/2013 12:09 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Darrell-and-Audra-Richardson/Carrollton-Texas/Darrell-and-Audra-Richardson-Fake-business-scam-Carrollton-Texas-1051717. 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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