- Report: #1056440
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Complaint Review: Raindrake.com
Raindrake.com940 Village Trail Apt 9-106 Port Orange, Florida USA
Raindrake.com He is stealing other people's websites changing the name and selling them as his own. Port Orange Florida
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Jim Crawley/Raindrake.com is scamming all over craigslist here in Florida. Basically he has several cell phones so he can pretend he is a large corporation build websites. I contracted him to do a website. I took precautions with a signed contract and a copy of his drivers license and e-mail and text correspondence. He basically played me for 6 weeks. He had already received payment which was a trade of a sony viao laptop in the amount of $1139.00. In the entire time he never gave me a proper link to view his work. I had already contracted another programmer to do this site for me because I knew this guy was a scam. I put pressure on Jim Crawley that he had to show me some and he did. He sent me a link to a site with my business name on it but it was a stolen site and nothing even close to what I was trying to get built.
The programmer that did my site and I did a little sting operation with this joker to get some references from him. [continued below]....
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/04/2013 05:54 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Raindrakecom/Port-Orange-Florida-32127/Raindrakecom-He-is-stealing-other-peoples-websites-changing-the-name-and-selling-them-1056440. 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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