- Report: #1042724
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Complaint Review: EMH Creative Projects
EMH Creative Projects85 Water Street, APT 3A, Internet United States of America
EMH Creative Projects Elena Humphreys, Styleportfolios.com, Seekers Are Finders, DesignGirlNYC Elena Humphreys Steals Trademarked Designs From Other Artists - Hire Her, You Will Get Sued! Internet
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Elena Humphreys hires qualified accessory designers from the Parsons School of Design to help her with her work, but instead of paying her consultants, she steals their original designs and pays them with checks that bounce - to the tune of THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. Despite numerous NY State Judgements against her, she refuses to pay consultants, and continues to use their artwork as her own.
Elena, you are a fraud. Tell the truth about your designs. It is perfectly appropriate to have others design under your direction, just PAY THEM WITH REAL CHECKS and STOP STEALING ORIGINAL WORKS THAT HAVE BEEN TRADEMARKED OR YOU WILL CONTINUE TO GET SUED. [continued below]....
Hire Elena Humphreys and YOU WILL GET SUED by the artist that actually DID THE WORK.
Elena, if you want to restore your reputation, please pay the NY State Judgements Against you from Artists you screwed over. It's decent, human and good karma.
Parsons School of Design Alumni
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/12/2013 09:17 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/EMH-Creative-Projects/internet/EMH-Creative-Projects-Elena-Humphreys-Styleportfolioscom-Seekers-Are-Finders-DesignGir-1042724. 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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