- Report: #810384
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Complaint Review: Doubleclickittofixit
DoubleclickittofixitHixson, Tennessee United States of America
Doubleclickittofixit Doubleclickittofixit.com Beware of James Howell of Doubleclickittofixit! He is a thief and a criminal. Hixson, Tennessee
*Consumer Comment: Enough already! Go to court and settle it.
*Consumer Comment: Very good James, show everyone what you really are
*Consumer Comment: James Howell , creepy stalker
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: The true Precision Division, PrecisionDivision.com, Precisiondiv twitter user, Robert Mannarino, ibuiltonline eBay user, precisiondivisionfla, and geeksarenotcool
*Consumer Comment: James Howell ripped me off too
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: The truth on this report is that it is Robert Mannarino
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About a year and half ago, James started using my company name without permission. He also used the names of other companies without permission. He would make outrageous and false claims - such as "we fix all the laptops that they don't fix right".
Absolute nonsense. He was stealing from my company by using my company name without permission and then lying to try and draw new customers. When I told him to stop, he became very confrontational. Another shop owner called him, and said that James had "the mentality of a 10 year old".
But it didn't stop there. James not only continued to hijack my paid ads, he started to post false and defamatory blogs on his site. James is an immature kid from Georgia. A shop in Florida warned me about him years ago, calling him the "Tunnel Hill Scammer". [continued below]....
James became so obsessed with me that he would routinely email me, posing as a customer. He would often misspell the same words (yea, the kid isn't very bright) - so it would be easy to tell it was him. That along with a quick IP trace and I knew right away it was none other than James Howell.
James stole documentation from my company, and then posted him on his website. Like a home-grown Wikileaks crusader. After I confronted him about this matter, he gave me some nonsense excuse, blaming it on a "guy he ran into on the street". Not sure how that's possible when he's in a different state.
But I'm not the only person that James has stolen from. In fact, he stole checks from Tom White - who owned a computer repair shop in Dunlap, TN. Tom was facing financial struggles of his own, when James gave him some sob story about a tornado (which is his excuse for everything). James broke a federal law at this time, by illegally recording a phone conversation between Tom and I (and yes, I have evidence. James admitted to this in an email, and I am pressing charges against James).
So in the short time that James took advantage of Tom's kindness, he violated Federal laws and stole checks from Tom.
James will scam anyone to get ahead. He will say or do ANYTHING to make a buck. He's 100% trash. Do yourself a favor. Take your laptop somewhere else to be repaired - anywhere else. But whatever you do - do NOT send it to James Howell of Doubleclickittofixit.com !! Oh, by the way, James is going under many other names - so beware. He spams craigslist and backpage as well - so be careful.
So here is a quick summary of why you should NEVER send your laptop to James Christopher Howell:
We will stick to the facts about Doubleclickittofixit.
1) Doubleclickittofixit.com has an F rating with the Better Business Bureau
2) James Howell, the owner of Doubleclickittofixit was permanently banned from Ebay.
James' email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
3) James Howell has stolen documents from competitors by means of deception - and
then tried to blame it on a third, non-existent party. This is verifiable in email trails.
4) James Howell frequently hijacks competitor's ads and listings. He write phony reviews,
posting as a customer. He often will then link the unsuspecting reader to his website.
He was banned from dozens of internet sites for "crass commercialism" - a form of spam.
5) James Howell has used competitor's names and trademarks without permission, and refused to stop after being asked to do so. This is verifiable in email trails.
6) James Howell was warned several months ago to stop prior to the posting of this blog.
James used inferior equipment. He is unskilled. He is unintelligent. He can't actually fix anything. He just heats motherboards and crosses his fingers. He has no working knowledge of digital electronics. He has had no formal training in motherboard repair. Do yourself a favor - steer clear of Doubleclickittofixit.com
BTW: James is going under many other names, such as:
James Howell of Doubleclickittofixit.com stole from me, other shop owners, hijacked our ads and broken many laws in the process. Do not do business with him, and do not let him fool you. He is a very convincing liar.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/16/2011 02:05 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Doubleclickittofixit/Hixson-Tennessee-/Doubleclickittofixit-Doubleclickittofixitcom-Beware-of-James-Howell-of-Doubleclickittofi-810384. 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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