- Report: #577133
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Complaint Review: Tom Bogaert Owner Of Thai Town Restaurant
Tom Bogaert Owner Of Thai Town Restaurant625 Jenna Dr. South Elgin, Illinois United States of America
Tom Bogaert Owner Of Thai Town Restaurant South Elgin, IL Mr. Bogaert has so far stolen a grand piano from me and he refuses to answer any correspondance. South Elgin, Illinois
*Author of original report: Further Court Action
*Author of original report: Update: Court Judgment, Refusal Of mail
It is with great consternation & disappointment that I write this Ripoff Report. Every word is true, it is sad that it has come to this but I must. This is a warning to any unwary person not to ever enter into any financial agreement with Mr. Tom Boagaert, owner of Thai Town Restaurant on Randall Rd., South Elgin, IL, and Thai Town Restaurant on Randall Rd. in Elgin, IL. He also was the previous owner of a tanning salon in South Elgin, IL. I made an agreement/contract with Mr Bogaert regarding the sale of a grand piano to him for the sum of near $10,000.00 in May of 2009. To date, Mr. Bogaert has never paid me one red cent for it. He is not honorable. I have written him numerous letters, email letters, talked to him on the phone, although he is very nice and our conversation never reverts to screaming and arguing, he has never paid me anything. I have since relocated to FLorida but I full intend to recover the funds. This is a warning to everyone, please be careful with this man. He is not honorable.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/02/2010 11:38 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Tom-Bogaert-Owner-Of-Thai-Town-Restaurant/South-Elgin-Illinois-60177-1092/Tom-Bogaert-Owner-Of-Thai-Town-Restaurant-South-Elgin-IL-Mr-Bogaert-has-so-far-stolen-a-577133. 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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