- Report: #1022837
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Complaint Review: Luke Cusack
Luke Cusack445 W. Wetmore Tucson, Arizona United States of America
Luke Cusack Con Man, Liar, scammer, bankrupt, disreputable, dishonest. Tucson, Arizona
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Luke Cusack is a dishonest person. He is in bankruptcy personally for 6 Million Dollars, and for his business Redline for $500,000. He lost his boat, his house, his plane and everything he has. He owes employees wages and back taxes. He owes the IRS, the state of Arizona, the City of Tucson,and Pima County. He hires contractors to work for him personally or at his business, chisels them down in price, then finds an excuse after the work is complete to not pay them.
He steals from his business, puts cash in his pocket and doesnt disclose to his partners. [continued below]....
Cusack has so many enemies that hes had a horses head put on his porch, had his car shot at, been kidnapped and put into the trunk of a car, rumored to have burned down the Solarium, and a pipe bomb placed near his garage. He has several criminal groups looking for him because of under the table loans he took from them. Beware of this man. Beware.
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This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/03/2013 10:54 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Luke-Cusack/Tucson-Arizona-85705/Luke-Cusack-Con-Man-Liar-scammer-bankrupt-disreputable-dishonest-Tucson-Arizona-1022837. 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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