- Report: #966703
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Complaint Review: Hemet Valley RV Park
Hemet Valley RV Park525 N Gilbert St Hemet, California United States of America
Hemet Valley RV Park Jeff Hall & Cort Crouse Complained and recieved a $250 rent increase .. then intercepted my title and asked me for $3000 to have it back Hemet, California
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As my RV was paid off in Dec 2011 Jeff Hall intercepted my "Pink Slip" and sent a convicted felon to my door to scare me and tell me "You have 2 hours to pack your things and get out" then Jeff Hall shows up at your door the soft voice of assurance, but identifies himself as Cort Crouse... says "This is your house, no one will take it, give me $3000.00 and I will give you your home back" Extortion
So I write letters to both owners and the management and the convicted felon reqesting a meeting to show my paper work proving I owned my home, and did not default.. my letters went ignored and was followed with a 3 day notice of eviction or pay a back months rent @ $650.00 and a current months rent @ $650.00 or move.. and leave the RV, the owners instruct management to no longer respond to me and they don't
I obtain my title legally and they are now acussing me of forgery will they ever stop, what do they want with my 27 year old RV, anyone else have dealings with Jeff Hall & Cort Crouse and Hemet Valley RV Park?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/08/2012 09:34 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Hemet-Valley-RV-Park/Hemet-California-92543/Hemet-Valley-RV-Park-Jeff-Hall-Cort-Crouse-Complained-and-recieved-a-250-rent-increase-966703. 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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