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Complaint Review: Jimi Lee
Jimi LeeInternet USA
Jimi Lee Scammed me and other friends to loan him money for his Motor City Legend T-shirt company Los Angeles California
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Jimi asked me and my friends to give him a loan so he could produce Motor City Legend t-shirt for a large order. We all lent him money so he could produce the t-shirt. We were under the impression that he would pay us back as soon as the order was delivered to the customer an Jimi got paid. After a few month, we went to his then printing factory and try to meet with him but he would be drunk and just promised that he will ge the money and pay us back. This kept going until one day we went to his printing factory and everything was gone. He would never answer his cell phone. After many many attempt it was a lost cause.
Apprantly, Jimi Lee borrowed from allot of other friend and just shutdown the business. Now his back with his JimiLeeStudio trying to pretend that his a trendy designer with model pictures claiming his from the Art Center of Pasadena. He never graduated. He got kicked out after the first year.
I advise never to do any business with Jimi Lee and never lend him any money.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/05/2014 07:47 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Jimi-Lee/internet/Jimi-Lee-Scammed-me-and-other-friends-to-loan-him-money-for-his-Motor-City-Legend-T-shir-1167675. 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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