- Report: #765071
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Indy Lakes
Indy Lakes4001 W. Southport Road Indianapolis, Indiana United States of America
Indy Lakes I was lied to, told I had won the money, yet they refused to pay out in one of the fishing pools. Indianapolis, Indiana
*Author of original report: where does all their money go? Indy Lakes
*UPDATE Employee: Indy Lakes was lied to by the reporter
*UPDATE Employee: Tired of Sams lies, slander, harrassment and poor sportsmanship
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: response to Sammy
*Consumer Comment: Exactly what I was talking about.
*Consumer Comment: Okay
*Author of original report: Put yourself in my shoes (imagine this happening if it was you).
*Consumer Comment: I think I get it.
*Author of original report: I can prove my case
*Consumer Comment: Disappointed
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I have fished here in the past, done been there and did that. The last time I fished at Indy Lakes I caught a winning fish in the cat fishing pools good for I'm thinking it was $549.00. The clerk behind the counter said I had won. Then he counted up the money and even told me how much I had won. Then they refused to pay out !
They said I broke one of the rules because I didn't carry the fish in with a net. If that's the case, why was I told I had won ?
If that's the case, why was I told I had won ? Then they said the clerk had made a mistake. Well, it wasn't my mistake, and if the clerk made the mistake it should be up to Indy Lakes to correct the problem and pay out. Needless to say I was told I had won, and Indy Lakes should pay out !
I did protest the decision of Indy Lakes, which they did decline to pay out. The owner James Page just laughed at me as I walked out the door. Offered me no explanation at all.
I feel like I was ripped off. I was told I had won !
If they had told me I had lost because of the net, I would of walked away with lesson learned. But they did tell me I had won ! I have often thought since that there might just be something fishy going on with these fishing pools.
Do you think the owner of this pay lake might have two sets of books? One that he shows to the IRS, and another with the real set of figures? The idea of this has been brought to my attention, how-ever I really don't know.
I will not go back to this pay lake. I did notice lots of other things happening at Indy Lakes. I did notice people urinating behind car doors, and out in the grass. I did see what I thought were people smoking illegal drugs, smelled it too !
I have heard many other stories from people who have also felt like they were ripped off in the fishing pools. That is just hear-say, and I don't know if any of them are true or not. I have no reason not to believe them.
I am limited as to say what I can, or cannot say on the internet including photo's.
I do think that Indy Lakes should pay out including interest of 18% yearly to satisfy the debt they owe me.
That's just the way it is, and I will continue talking and voicing my thoughts about Indy Lakes for years to come, or until they do pay out.
Indy Lakes is not recommended. I do not recommend Indy Lakes on the Indianapolis Southside.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/14/2011 02:30 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Indy-Lakes/Indianapolis-Indiana-46217/Indy-Lakes-I-was-lied-to-told-I-had-won-the-money-yet-they-refused-to-pay-out-in-one-of-765071. 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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