- Report: #532667
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Complaint Review: Eric McCrery
Eric McCreryFort Collins, Colorado United States of America
Eric McCrery emccrery shady dishonest low integrity Fort Collins, Colorado
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Just one of many malicious reports by Havocman 1000
*Author of original report: here's who to talk to
*Consumer Comment: Different Experience All Together
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As proof positive of this, do some research and find out why he no longer is allowed to work at The Group in Fort Collins and find out why his common law wife, Kristi Allison aka Kristi Hoburg aka Kristi McCrery (also change Kristi with Kristine for additional variations) nearly simultaneously no longer works at Jay Stoner's company Stoner Homes.
Do the math. It's easy to see why you should not employ a person like this with such low ethics. I know from personal experience that this weasel has no regard for certain rules by which decent people and especially decent business people abide by.
If you encounter McCrery, document EVERYTHING and play by all the rules, because you definitely don't want to be involved in any criminal investigations that he's involved in. Trust me. Stay away from this guy. You'll thank me!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/02/2009 08:52 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Eric-McCrery/Fort-Collins-Colorado-80525/Eric-McCrery-emccrery-shady-dishonest-low-integrity-Fort-Collins-Colorado-532667. 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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