- Report: #959968
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Complaint Review: Lloyd Rodgers
Lloyd RodgersLas Vegas Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada United States of America
Lloyd Rodgers Lloyd rogers Misrepresented himself and stole business and personal equipment and money Las Vegas, Nevada
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He showed up in Las Vegas with one pair of clothes, he is traveling with a person he calls his son. They attempt to make you feel bad so they can then ask you to " borrow" money. He was traveling in a maroon mini van that was uninsured and unregistered. He will walk into your business and your home and make himself very comfortable, he will represent himself as "knowing it all" and will teach you. Also he will attempt to gain access to your business files and customer lists to try and " find leads". When making mistakes he will use sayings like "I must be losing my touch".
Also he will tell you that he is waiting on his veteran disability check, and that he will pay you back with that money ($90,000) . [continued below]....
He was in contact with a number of customers and not only set and missed appointments, but also has blown sales and made many people very upset because he doesn't know how to do the finance even though he will tell you he knows how it all works.
So fore warning do not do any type of business with this man, he will lie and steal from you and your business!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/25/2012 11:37 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Lloyd-Rodgers/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89129/Lloyd-Rodgers-Lloyd-rogers-Misrepresented-himself-and-stole-business-and-personal-equipme-959968. 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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