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Complaint Review: TURFBRANDS.com
TURFBRANDS.com2804 James L Redman Pkwy Internet United States of America
TURFBRANDS.com Brett Melanson Stolen money and accounts and 60,000.00 in step stakes did not pay for printing , Internet
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We owned the company 50/50 and he picked up and left my printing facility with the clients.
I even purchased a car from him and he stole it back from me in the middle of the night even though i had a contract with him. He does this also to his employees. He is not a man of his word. I treated him like a brother and he stabbed me in the back for a dollar. He used me to start a company, my printing my money my facility and stole it and went off on his own with it. He does not pay his bills. I am being called by vendors for bills that he has not paid. He does not care. Do not do business with this guy he is all about himself. He Loves attorneys he will sue you and even his own employees for a dollar....
He is trying to ruin my reputation because i am the printer and he is a print broker and cannot compete with me. It is a shame. Call turfsigns.com get your die cut signs for .19 cents and I will give you free step stakes on your first order.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/21/2013 05:14 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/TURFBRANDScom/internet/TURFBRANDScom-Brett-Melanson-Stolen-money-and-accounts-and-6000000-in-step-stakes-did-n-1018256. 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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