- Report: #1039800
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Complaint Review: The Printsmith
The Printsmith2250 State Road 580, clearwater, fl 33763 clearwater, Florida United States of America
The Printsmith Neil Stein, Copyking Worthless Checks clearwater, Florida
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10/5/2012 warrant issued for worthless check to Dimmitt Chevrolet for $2625. Made "payment of $36.00 on 2/4/2013. (again Public Defender)
12/21/2012 warrant for his arrest for writing another bad check, also needed public defendant for insolvency. Pled not guilty on 1/14/2013, changed his mind and pled guilty on 2/4/2013 and 3/5/2013.
WOW!And Michelle/Neil you posted on 1/21/2013 that people have "plenty of time on their hands since they are no longer employees and are most likely milking their unemployment/welfare checks while wasting time looking up arrest records" What "unemployment" checks, You guys pay under the table for that very reason ... so they can't get unemployment from you. Neil Stein is a CROOK ... PERIOD! And WE as a community will stop him eventually ... in the meantime ... Michelle, keep up with your stupid retaliation "comments" ... we actually love looking at them
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/01/2013 03:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Printsmith/clearwater-Florida-33763/The-Printsmith-Neil-Stein-Copyking-Worthless-Checks-clearwater-Florida-1039800. 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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