- Report: #1035134
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Complaint Review: GLAMOURNAIL VENDING
GLAMOURNAIL VENDINGNationwide United States of America
GLAMOURNAIL VENDING Daniel Hannah,Brian Farrel,Richard Oster Daniel Hannah,Brian Farrel,Richard Oster nsw, Nationwide
*Consumer Comment: Daniel Albert Arrested
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2) Dave Ford (from Whales)
3) Daniel Hannah (from Australia and owner of Pookie Lala -"healthy dog treats")
4) Kelly Hannah (wife of Daniel Hannah)
5). Richard Oster ( from Australia)
THE SCAM: They will entice you with an offer of a vending machine which applies nail art to your nail " all in less than a minute."
THE TRUTH IS: BRIAN FARRELL & DANIEL HANNAH are preying on people who are willing to use their life savings to purchase GLAMOUR NAIL NAIL ART VENDING machines. Brian Farrell will advise you to wire your money to a bank account in Australia. Once BRIAN FARRELL obtains your life savings you will never hear from them again!
The reason Brian Farrell and Daniel Hannah are only willing to "do business with" individuals wiling to use their life savings is because they think these poor unsuspecting victims will not have any money left over to hire an international attorney in Australia or Hong Kong where the so called "company" is based out of. [continued below]....
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/15/2013 05:44 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/GLAMOURNAIL-VENDING/nationwide/GLAMOURNAIL-VENDING-Daniel-HannahBrian-FarrelRichard-Oster-Daniel-HannahBrian-FarrelRi-1035134. 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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