- Report: #584378
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Complaint Review: Ralph Murrietta
Ralph Murrietta10377 Florence Ave Buena Park, California United States of America
Ralph Murrietta Mastercraft Shutters Lies and dishonesty of Ralph Murrietta Buena Park, California
*Consumer Comment: Our experience with Ralph
*General Comment: Requesting a reply
*Consumer Comment: Information on Ralph J Murrietta Jr.
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Not a legitimate complaint.
*Author of original report: Withdrawal of Complaint
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Warning..... Do not deal with Ralph Murrietta of Buena Park California.
His mobile phone number is 760-899-1456
First he claimed he worked for Mastercraft Shutters and had me send shutter samples to his address at 10377 Florence Ave, Buena Park, California 90620. I sent the samples to Ralph using FedEx, that way I was able to track the delivery of my package. Once I saw that it was delivered I started calling him to see what he thought of the shutters. When he did not return my calls, I looked up the company phone number and called them only to find out that he does not work for them. But after repeated phone calls he finally answered his phone. When I questioned Ralph, wanting to know whom he really works for, he said I got the name wrong. He now claims that he works for "Shutters by Mastercraft." Not wanting call him a liar, I again gave him the benifit of doubt. I then called "Shutter by Mastercraft" and they have never heard of him either. They only sell in the Midwest and Eastern part of the country. I now have left several additional calls for Ralph and he has not responded.
We have "Mastercraft Shutters" that is based out of Canada, we have "Shutters by Mastercraft" that is based out of Georgia, and neither company has a sales representative in California or in any western states. Both companies are very upset that someone is representing false information about them. Both are willing to prosecute for any fraudulent activity I can dig up.
I am not sure what Ralphs game is, or why he has to play hide and seek with his true identity. The only thing I can do is to warn everyone that this guy is not honest and is a liar. Everyone should stay away from this man and never do business with him or any company that he works for. This man has no credibility or integrity. I also would question the integrity of any company who might be using Ralphs services. Any company who uses Ralph might want to rethink his value and discharge him before the company gets a bad reputation for their association with someone like Ralph.
Believe it or not, a little over a year ago Ralph Murrietta was the national education director for Norman Shutters, a top notched manufacture of shutters. How Ralph went from such a great position at Norman to what he has now become is sad. It would be interesting under what circumstances he left Norman. Regardless of the story behind his downfall, one has to realize what he has now become.
My goal is to find out the truth of whom this man really is. The story behind the story. Expose him to the proper authority and have him put in jail if possible.
I request that anyone who reads this posting contact me. I am requesting information in regards to this man. I want to make sure that no one else gets taken by this man. I want to link together everyone who Ralph has done wrong. Let work together to put an end to Ralphs deceitful ways.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/23/2010 07:48 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ralph-Murrietta/Buena-Park-California-90620/Ralph-Murrietta-Mastercraft-Shutters-Lies-and-dishonesty-of-Ralph-Murrietta-Buena-Park-Ca-584378. 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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