- Report: #179537
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Complaint Review: Jumping Jack Cash
Jumping Jack Cash5201 W. Colfax Lakewood, Colorado U.S.A.
Jumping Jack Cash Sold my stolen Sony Vaio laptop computer after erasing its data. Offered it back to me for $700 after it was stolen from me ripoff Lakewood, Colorado
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: "JUMPING JACK YOUR A**"
*Consumer Suggestion: Eric
*Consumer Comment: Need clarification
*Consumer Comment: People are just mean these days...
*Consumer Comment: My Experience
*Consumer Comment: ahhh where to begin
*Consumer Comment: File a small claims suit against your "friend".
*Consumer Comment: How did you find out it was in the pawn shop?
*Consumer Comment: File police report first
*Consumer Suggestion: Payment?
*Consumer Suggestion: What do you think will happen when you hang out with drug addicts?
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Steve, the manager there, refused to return it to me despite my pleas. I had a lot of irreplaceable data on that computer representing thousands of dollars worth of web design history, personal music files and software. Steve erased the computer and sold it for $700 without even calling me to let me know he was erasing it first that I might come in and transfer the data to an external drive at least.
I was out the cost of the laptop plus I had to re-do 3 websites I built. Backups were stolen too. I lost thousands in this deal so Jumping Jack Cash could make $500. Nice going JJC!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/06/2006 12:33 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Jumping-Jack-Cash/Lakewood-Colorado-80242/Jumping-Jack-Cash-Sold-my-stolen-Sony-Vaio-laptop-computer-after-erasing-its-data-Offered-179537. 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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