- Report: #992250
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Complaint Review: Shannon Clark
Shannon Clark38775 Curtis Road hemet, California United States of America
Shannon Clark Clark Performance Horses WARNING!!! low level horse trader/ 0 skills or tact/false claims of business ID hemet, California
After asking around I soon found out that she has made a very bad name for herself, in the industry. I wish I would have known this before hand.
I spoke with a lady who had her horse in full training for 4 months. This lady noticed that very little change was happening. She pulled her horse and took him to a reputable trainer without saying where he had previously been. The new trainer said "this horse is green and he has learned little for being in full training, where have you had him prior?"
That is one of many stories I heard, Once I started asking around. She is nice to real you in and puts up a front on her website. Her facility,truck and trailer are all owned by her parents, I found out.
The know it all attitude is just for show as well, she knows just enough to sell her services and sound knowledgeable but it is a HUGE SCAM.
I lost about $5,500 on her. If you need your child to have lessons then Shannon is good at that, but just that.
DO NOT believe the fasoude that she puts up.
My advice go somewhere else.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/06/2013 12:29 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Shannon-Clark/hemet-California-92543/Shannon-Clark-Clark-Performance-Horses-WARNING-low-level-horse-trader-0-skills-or-tact-992250. 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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