- Report: #687863
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Complaint Review: Geoff Isenman
Geoff Isenman200 W 72nd Street NYC, New York United States of America
Geoff Isenman is a narcissistic lazy jerk who stole his wife's money and beat his dog NYC, New York
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*Consumer Comment: What A Joke! (Again)
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Geoff is so self centered that he got married to someone he though would make him look good. Any time she strayed from his perfect ideal or he needed a boost, he would lash out at her, verbally abusing her for much of their 5 year marriage. All of this while he "took some time off" from work, went back to school, lazed on the sofa, and she paid all the bills, as well as his late night bar bills. When she wasn't around to pick on, Big Man Geoff scared their poor little pooch (who would fit into a large purse) to give himself an ego boost.
He took off recently, with all of the money she had deposited in their joint account. he's a user and abuser but usually has a good line of bs to con a new acquaintance. oh, and he's a deadbeat, too. Doesn't pay his bills unless his wife cuts the check for him. Maybe his Mommy will step in now.
Watch out for this one!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/28/2011 07:25 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Geoff-Isenman/NYC-New-York-/Geoff-Isenman-is-a-narcissistic-lazy-jerk-who-stole-his-wifes-money-and-beat-his-dog-NYC-687863. 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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