- Report: #1136576
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Complaint Review: Charles Carter
Charles Carter2307 NCR 13 Berthoud, Colorado USA
Charles Carter, Robin Lacey, Billie, Billie the Kid Forged Coggins to show a 6 yr. old as a 16 yr old; modified accession number to prevent search; failed to disclose horse was previously sold at auction as "Unsafe." Berthoud Colorado
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Lacey and Carter a/k/a Billie, and Billie the Kid, sold us a horse as a sixteen year old, gentle and safe horse. The papers they delivered showed the horse as 16 years old. Checking with the previous owner disclosed the horse was sold at auction as 'Unsafe." Not only does the horse buck and run away uncontrollably when out of a roundpen, the papers on the horse were deliberately and fraudulently altered. The sellers showed the horse as "16" years old, knowing we wanted an older, more subdued horse. In fact, as shown on the original Coggins test we obtained from the out of state veterinarian. the horse is listed as "6" years old. The alteration is intentional and unmistakable. The Accession number, which allows the Report to be traced, was also altered to obfuscate the original number and prevent tracing. These sellers need to be banned from an internet advertising access, and to be put out of business. They lied, and put our lives at risk, in order to make a buck.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/05/2014 12:31 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Charles-Carter/Berthoud-Colorado-10636/Charles-Carter-Robin-Lacey-Billie-Billie-the-Kid-Forged-Coggins-to-show-a-6-yr-old-a-1136576. 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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