- Report: #1120670
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Complaint Review: Prolegal of Central Florida
Prolegal of Central Florida7862 W irlo Bronson blvd, Kissimmee , florida , Select State/Province USA
Prolegal of Central Florida Don't Be Deceived Kissimmee Florida
*Author of original report: Proof of payment -Evidence
*Author of original report: Ken De Rosario is a fraud
*Author of original report: Proof of emailing and receipt
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: INFORMATION LEFT OUT....
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I paid Ken De Rosario $200.00 for a chapter 7 Bankruptcy filing On Decmber 7, 2013. Initially Ken came across very savvy and business oriented. That impression quickly declined I spoke to Ken several occasions before meeting him to pay the $200. Ken was always readily available to answer calls and questions. Ken assured me we would meet the following week to finalize my filing The responses to phone calls immediately came to a seize After meeting Ken and giving him my money . The excuses began after the deposit was made, To-date I have NOT received my bankruptcy chapter 7 filing. Ken De Rosario is prepared to tell you every excuse possible and a promise to call u directly back when u get him to answer only by a disgusted number that he doesn't recognize. The day will not come for the return call Use extreme caution in using his services. Be assured you will only get spinned around.
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