- Report: #1047830
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Complaint Review: Ron Moon
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Ron Moon Black, Star Universal, LLC this cunning and manipulative con-man entered our furnished rental in Las Vegas without our consent. Ron Moon represents himself as the vice president of a company that has multiple office's throuhout the US when in fact he has only a virtual office.
To all the would be landlords, Ron Moon a plain and simple a con-man. He stole towels, hairdryer, tv remote, garage door remote and keys. Ron Moon's a liar and a thief.
Ron Moon and his purported senior controller Patrizia Toese lied about paying the rent, we'll wire transfer it they said" and when asked to produce a copy of the transfer receipt like all con-men they stall. Rip Off Ron Moon stated "we have so much cash we don't use a bank its all in Morgan Stanley brokerage account."
When told to leave they threaten illgal eviction they should not have been in the property to begin with.
Like all conmen when confronted they threaten, laws suits, visits from "street people to break some bones". This is what we had to deal with. Rip off Ron Moon, Black Star Universal, LLC.
Beware of rip off Ron Moon.
Ron Moon stole from me don't be his next victim. Ron Moon and Patrizia Toeses liars and cheats. Ron Moon thief, Black Star Universal, LLC.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/01/2013 08:21 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ron-Moon/internet/Ron-Moon-theft-Internet-1047830. 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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