- Report: #767258
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Complaint Review: Grow with us
Grow with usWorcester Rd. Natick, Massachusetts United States of America
Grow with us In connection with "Young America" and Maxtrix Furniture Robert Kjellman, Back in business, BB Kids scandal 2006 Natick, Massachusetts
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To all consumers, please be aware that there will be a new Young America store that will be opening up in Natick, MA (Rt. 9) with a connecting store called "Grow with us" (Maxtrix furniture showroom). Robert Kjellman, former owner of BB Kids (Boston Baby stores) will be opening this store - the same man who had been a part of the scandal of closing their doors and taking everyone's money back in 2006.
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I am a mother of two who had been affected by this horrible act and had lost $2,000. I would like to spread the word to help other parents who may have been affected by this years ago or will be interested in doing business with them in the near future. Please be careful and be aware - they did this to our babies years ago and now 6 years later, trying to do it again targeting our children and teens.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/19/2011 01:14 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Grow-with-us/Natick-Massachusetts-01701/Grow-with-us-In-connection-with-Young-America-and-Maxtrix-Furniture-Robert-Kjellman-Bac-767258. 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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