- Report: #749447
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Complaint Review: Brad Simmons
Brad Simmons460 South Fourth Street, Suite 3 Danville, Kentucky United States of America
Brad Simmons Brad Simmons, Cindy Simmons, Kenneth Garcia, kylandsales.com scam, scam, scam, ripoff, liar, con artist, Danville, Kentucky
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2000 Harrodsburg Rd
Wake Robin Estate
This is a property owned by Brad Simmons of Perryville, KY.
In his ads, it appears he is a real estate agent. He is not a licensed real estate agent. He owns this home and owes only $112,000 on it and bought it in 2008 and Jackie Warren, harrodsburg, ky, is caring the mortgage on it for him for 10 years. Yet he will tell you he does not own it and it is in a trust. Jackie Warren of Harrodsburg, Ky owns the home.
He agreed to do a lease option on the home. We are from Texas. Once he made the deal with us, we gave our landlord 30 days notice. Brad Simmons did not call us for almost 2 weeks. He would not take our calls. His partner is Kenneth Garcia of Danville, Ky. We sent him our bank records which show strong income.
After two weeks, he sent us a text message and said that "they accepted a higher offer". he kept telling us "they" were a trust he had to consult with. Brad Simmons owns the home. There is no trust. He is just a liar. Made a deal and then backed out.
Brad Simmons in our opinion is a lying coward.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/05/2011 07:12 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Brad-Simmons/Danville-Kentucky-40422/Brad-Simmons-Brad-Simmons-Cindy-Simmons-Kenneth-Garcia-kylandsalescom-scam-scam-scam-749447. 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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