- Report: #748114
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Complaint Review: Phil Burke
Phil BurkePO Box Holiday, Florida United States of America
Phil Burke Holiday TV & Electronics continues to take money for parts and never returns Scam artist Holiday, Florida
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Tarpon Springs, Typical storm can though and fried one power surge protector and one Samsung flat screen TV searching on line for a local TV repair company I found Holiday TV & Electronics called the advertised phone number 727 937 0661 Mr. Marty Pecorino answered the phone and made arrangements to call the say day, he arrived with this son and quickly diagnosed the problem, well I assumed he diagnosed the probable asked me for the $ 284.09 which coved the parts, he would need to order and the labor costs.
I paid Mr. Marty Pecorino $250 .00 as when I pulsed at the price and considered what I could buy a replacement TV for he quickly offer a discount, and talked me into the repair. That was the last I saw of Holiday TV & Electronics, Mr. Marty Pecorino and my $250.00 he is a rip off artist a con man who preys on normal families supporting local traders. Anyone who has been ripped off by this man, and has any contact information i.e. home address please contact me or join forces to bring this man to justice.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/01/2011 01:50 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Phil-Burke/Holiday-Florida-34692/Phil-Burke-Holiday-TV-Electronics-continues-to-take-money-for-parts-and-never-returns-S-748114. 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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