- Report: #7051
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Complaint Review: Donald Heald
Donald HealdDonald A. Heald Rare Books Nationwide U.S.A.
Donald A. Heald Rare Books DEFRAUDING THE PUBLIC
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1. Do ebay, don't pay tax, and sell forgeries (seller ..donaldheald)
2. Rig prices........Get a friend to list a rare book for an outrageous price. Then, find an unsuspecting member of the public, show him the dummy price and then sell yours at a "bargain". Also, have shills bid up the material so it looks expensive.
3. Join a "reputable" trade organization. In this case, try
the Antiquarian Booksellers of America. They don't seem to have a complaints proceedure and also condone fraud and theft.
4. Make an absolute fortune, then pay almost no tax.
The trick is to declare a small amount so they don't get suspicious.
5. Take material on consignment and never give it back. This works well on poor people who cannot afford the time or the lawyers to reclaim the property. When you get the stuff, claim that you don't know what happened top it.
6. Generally be a total jerk-of and don't respond to any sensible or courteous emails after you've committed theft.
7. Make like noone can touch you. Go around like Puff Daddy with high class hookers and a chauffer.
8. Get an email address like email@example.com
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