- Report: #1018253
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Complaint Review: Living Art Exotics Cattery
Living Art Exotics Cattery12 Black Walnut Tr Palos Park, Illinois United States of America
Living Art Exotics Cattery Joey Strubin Sells inferior cats with stolen contract/sales agreement Palos Park, Illinois
*Consumer Comment: Well done
*Consumer Comment: all new stuff in order to hide his activities
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I personally know the owners of WarCloud Exotics (warcloudexotics.com) and can attest that Mr Strubin is in NO WAY associated with or authorized as an agent of WarCloud Exotics.
If you purchased a cat from Mr. Strubin and your contract or sales agreement has the WarCloud name, it is essentially null and void -- and a fraud.
WarCloud Exotics is currently pursuing legal recourse to protect their good name and providing information regarding his fraudulent activities to local agencies including the F.B.I.
Please do not purchase cats from Mr. Strubin and be advise that if you do, you risk not only an unhealthy animal, but involvement as a witness in a fraud investigation.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/21/2013 05:09 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Living-Art-Exotics-Cattery/Palos-Park-Illinois-60464/Living-Art-Exotics-Cattery-Joey-Strubin-Sells-inferior-cats-with-stolen-contractsales-ag-1018253. 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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