- Report: #556777
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Complaint Review: Thomas B. Smiley
Thomas B. SmileyP.O. Box 98021 Las Vegas, Nevada United States of America
Thomas B. Smiley Commonwealth Investment and Development Corp. Scam Artist and Bottom Feeder Las Vegas, Nevada
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I work for a car dealership in Henderson, NV. Thomas B. Smiley brought his 1999 SL 500 in for service, and we performed a lot of work on the car, to the tune of over $7,000. Then Tom Smiley (the car was actually in his company's name - Commonwealth Investment & Development Corp.) asked us to store the car for him and we did this for a number of months. After many attempts to get paid, we discovered he had gone to a car and tiltle loan company and borrowed $6,000 against the value of the car, and pledged the car as collateral for the loan.
Our entire bill was over $10,000. Due to a wrinkle in the law, we were unable to get possession of the car, and so we lost a lot of money because this liar and con man screwed us (when he was actually trying to screw the Title Loan company, whose name is 'Uncle Bob's Title Loans' - check it out, as they sued him and got a judgment in Clark County District Court fo over $14,000!!!!!).
So, if anyone is reading this, BEWARE of Tom Smiley and Commonwealth.They are liars and thieves. His fraud meant I did not get a bonus last year.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/19/2010 12:00 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Thomas-B-Smiley/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89193/Thomas-B-Smiley-Commonwealth-Investment-and-Development-Corp-Scam-Artist-and-Bottom-Feed-556777. 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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