- Report: #631162
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Complaint Review: Gerald Wilson
Gerald Wilson6652 Messenger Ct. Internet United States of America
Gerald Wilson aka joeeaglefeather, ndntradingpost, apache*belle, dog-river, AUTHENTIC*AMERICAN*CHEROKEE*ARTS, NDNARROWS, NDNBOWSNARROWS Sells faked modern made arrows as authentic 18th to 19th C. arrows & metal arrowheads Las Vegas, Internet
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This guy sells under a number of Ebay user names and also on his website selling faked modern arrows as authentic historic 18th to 19th C. artifacts. They are artificially aged, painted feathers, well faked. I discovered this after having an Indian artifact authenticator determine they were all faked.
Tried to return them but he "claimed" the box was empty when it arrived & immediately said I must have done it so he refused to reimburse me. I had no reason to if he was going to return my money & it was insured but he also refused to take the box to the post office so I could collect on the $490.00. Became extremely irrate & foul mouthed. He moves all over the country until is reputation is discovered and was in South D, sent many harassing emails. Moves from state to state until his reputation is discovered, Montana, Arizona and now Las Vegas, NV. just selling on the internet only. He has been selling them on ebay for many years but buyers do not find out until it is too late. CONARTIST-BEWARE!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/12/2010 07:05 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Gerald-Wilson/internet/Gerald-Wilson-aka-joeeaglefeather-ndntradingpost-apachebelle-dog-river-AUTHENTICAME-631162. 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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