- Report: #967684
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Complaint Review: Empire Today
Empire Today9040 Dutton Drive Internet United States of America
Empire Today Empire Today LLC Empire Today sent contracted laminate installers to our home who stole multiple pieces of gold jewelry and prescription medication Internet
*Consumer Suggestion: This Could Get Ugly
*Author of original report: rebuttal to original Empire Today report
*UPDATE Employee: ET Customer Support
The prescription medication had been closed in a drawer; therefore, they actually searched the bathroom to find it. Additionally, we found blood pressure medication in the bottle emptied of the controlled drug and my husband almost overdosed on his blood pressure medication. Thank goodness he realized the tablets were smaller than normal and investigated further.
The several pieces of jewelry were mostly 18K gold pieces that are one of a kind an irreplaceable. They, too, were hidden from sight so the thief violated private spaces to steal them. Other pieces were less valuable, however, one pair had tremendous sentimental value as they were my wedding earrings. Additionally, my husband's wedding band was taken as well.
The father of the man that took the items called the police to let them know his son was the suspect, which I applaud; however, Empire Today is prohibiting the father from making a statement to the police. I feel Empire Today is guilty not only of the theft of our personal belongings but also guilty of obstructing justice.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/11/2012 09:49 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Empire-Today/internet/Empire-Today-Empire-Today-LLC-Empire-Today-sent-contracted-laminate-installers-to-our-ho-967684. 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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