- Report: #196740
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Complaint Review: Second Chance Horse Rescue
Second Chance Horse Rescue6 Edgewood Dr. Central Valley, New York U.S.A.
Second Chance Horse Rescue Ripoff Stolen horse trailer wrote several bad checks Central Valley New York
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Almost GYPSY like with her cold calculated "I am the victim" posturing stance. She will scream and yell like a spoiled 10 year old. This person is one piece of work.
Elaine Geniti-Reynolds with her husband Harold D. Reynolds wrote a $2800 bad check in my driveway in Virginia on June 21,2005 and drove off with a '91 Pioneer horse trailer.
Several phone calls made, promises of payment by Elaine Geniti-Reynolds have fallen flat.
The trailer was blue with white stripes. She informed me she did not have funds to pay because she painted it white?? WTF
Others have posted on this Elaine Geniti-Reynolds and other scams.
The latest web site I found her mentioned on is - whoops can't post web sites!
Google search: Windy Hollow Hunt
You will find Elaine Geniti in the Pictures along with the hounds. FUNNY
This person is Fox Hunting! Reminds me of the "Priceless" advertisements.
$400 Hunt Jacket
$150 English helmet
$200 Riding Boots
"No money in the bank - PRICELESS"
I would imagine her fellow Blue Bloods would be shocked and outraged if they recieved a bashing of emails with links to this web site.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/16/2006 11:32 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Second-Chance-Horse-Rescue/Central-Valley-New-York-10917/Second-Chance-Horse-Rescue-Ripoff-Stolen-horse-trailer-wrote-several-bad-checks-Central-Va-196740. 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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