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  • Submitted: Mon, June 24, 2013
  • Updated: Sat, December 07, 2013

  • Reported By: Real Estate Justice — Rockwall Texas
executiverealty.com, Larry Taylor
1129 Turtle Creek Blvd dallas, Texas USA

Eexecutiverealty.com, Larry Taylor dallas, e-executiverealty, e executive realty Larry Taylor FRAUD LOOKOUT, Caprice Michelle FRAUD, Dallas Texas Broker FRAUD, Larry Taylor FRAUD BROKER Dallas,  Texas

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Larry Taylor with EExecutive Realty has participated in a massive REAL ESTATE COVER UP.  He has shielded his so called agent Caprice Michelle Rockwall, TX in her FRAUD she committed at 240 Willowcrest Rockwall, TX  75032.

They combined have committed countless TREC Violation and will soon be in COURT to answer to the judge.  He has called several times and defended his actions,  but yet I have a recorded phone calls with him stating how his realtor Caprice Michelle of rockwall tx is absolutely incompentent.  I will continue to post reports with the progress.  

Again BEWARE OF LARRY TAYLOR Dalas AND CAPRICE MICHELLE Rockwall Texas with their unethical real estate transactions.  


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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company

To use the words of RIPOFF REPORT:

AUTHOR: Larry Taylor; Broker of e-Executive Realty - ()

YES CHIVALRY STILL LIVES AND THIS KIND BROKER WAS COMING TO HER RESCUE:

FACTS ARE FACTS AND THESE ARE THE FACTS!!!!

I Larry Taylor have never even met these gentlemen!

I Larry Taylor have never done business with them!

e-Executive Realty has never done business with them!

I called to offer our services to help move this non-paying tenant & non-paying friends, out of this poor womans house, into something that they actually could afford to pay rent on and this report is their response to my FREE OFFER TO ASSIST THEM FOR NO PAY/NO COMMISSION!

ABOUT THE AUTHORS OF THIS FABRICATION,

WHO THEY ARE, WHERE THEY CAME FROM BEFORE THIS ,WHAT THEY ARE AND WHY READERS SHOULD BEWARE  

SO THIS NEVER HAPPENS TO YOU!

CHAD NATHAN SORRELLS

and life partner;

BRYAN OWENS

of Dimples CupCakes

who are the authors of this COMPLETE FABRICATION are best characterized,

by D Magazine; in a factual article, which can be found at:

 http://www.dmagazine.com/publications/d-magazine/2010/november/dimples-cupcakes-leave-a-bad-taste

         *"Sorrells and Owens scare a lot of people,make a lot of threats as they size you up from the start. If there’s an opening, they’re going to take it and run. That’s just what they do, prey upon people.”

            * "In fact, a lot of people would like to see Sorrells and Owens iced. In court, no sprinkles on top."

            * "This wouldn’t be the first time that Chad and Bryan pair has been on the wrong side of legal proceedings.  Owens ran a company called On Site Property Management.  At least three suits were filed by various plaintiffs, claiming that the men stole money.

Several judgments were awarded to plaintiffs, according to court records." 

THE FULL ARTICLE REGARDING SORRELLS AND OWENS IS PROVIDED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS REBUTTAL

 

IN DEFENSE OF CAPRICE-MICHELLE AND HER BROKER; LARRY TAYLOR AND E-EXECUTIVE REALTY

 

We are never happy to meet discourse in our professional lives, but true professionals are mature enough to realize that losing for all to win, just might be the solution!

 Though Caprice – Michelle was granted a judgment in her favor after being the victim of some free loading tenants that kept multiplying like rabbits, yet none of them could pay her the rent for the home she rented to them. This was her personal property she rented and unfortunately, she most likely will never be able to collect on this judgment, however it was nice to know that the judge saw right through their B.S. and verbally humiliated and reprimanded them in open court !  Beware Nathan Sorrell because judges are not tolerating this kind scam to take advantage of home owners and are setting examples of offenders!

Beware when qualifying ALL tenants but especially be on the look-out for those mentioned in reports like this one. 

Though we mean

NATHAN SORRELLS AND

BF; BRYAN OWENS 

no ill will and actually wish them well,

Caprice should have been less trusting and qualified these guys like she would have done for a client’s property! In a word she liked them and extended them too much trust, believing that their hard times were just temporary; only to later discover that their hard times were a carefully calculated career path for these repeated offenders.

In fact it was her kindness that was at fault for this happening just as much as their pre-meditated scheme, to take advantage of her busy schedule and her success, that they apparently believed was great enough to support a few more grown children, besides her own!

You better believe that her Broker; who cares tried coming to her rescue to help mediate this unfair predicament and would proudly do it again! Though this wasn’t a property Brokered by e-Executive in the end and though we  REALTORS perform the job of finding prospective tenants, it is not the job of the REALTOR, to determine what renter is most qualified, based on what they may claim in a application , rather we send it off to a third party credit and/or background checking agency that does this as a profession. 

In this case, since Caprice is the owner and decision maker of what course to follow, she made a mistake by not sending their application onto that third party. 

In retrospect, now reconsidering what is and is not in the applications of these applicants, we suspect that much of what was provided to qualify, was not true and in fact contrived to influence her to feel it unnecessary to be concerned about such seemingly strong applications.

 These third party credit/background checker companies are trained to find the true facts about applicants as similarly are property management companies.  They investigate beyond what an eager applicant claims and in the case of property managers they take it step further by dealing with their decision to accept an applicant by being the third party that deals with their every issue for the term of their lease. 

Thus typically; property managers often have a rough intimidating personality built for challenging prospects face-to-face in regaining possession of properties, but not so for us  more cheerful REALTORS involved in emotional sales experiences.

Whereas professional saleswoman;  Caprice-Michelle is in the business of selling homes to buyer’s for seller’s, making their dreams a reality AND SHE IS THE BEST AT WHAT SHE DOES!  We regret that she was victimized by these predatory con artists, HOWEVER we all learned a very good lesson from this, unfortunately it was costly one for her!

 We are delighted to announce that she has overcome this challenge and is back in full force ready to sell your home or help you buy one, with her Brokers steadfast support unwavering as always! We thank all of you who have helped, provided your support and came to her rescue!  I would be remiss if I failed to say how impressed I was with such a turn-out, but no surprise that Caprice is as popular and well liked as she is.  Her sales production speaks for itself on that issue and we are so proud to sponsor her as one of our own!

Finally, to speak to the placing of frivolous, false and contrived reviews as a weapon to harm and/or scare law abiding folks into paying money to extortionists.  Rip Off report should require facts to be presented and tested for accuracy before allowing their site to speak to the general public about someone’s character or company reputation especially when the author is guilty of slander violating Texas laws regulating such behavior?

BY Broker:  Larry Taylor for e-Executive Realty Inc.

 

 

Dimples Cupcakes Leave a Bad Taste

How two confectioners have blazed a trail of sugary treats — and unhappy vendors.

The cupcake is a remarkable thing. It is, in the ways that matter most, a flawless invention, a treat for both body and mind. Elegant in its simplicity, yet playful, a sentimental nod to birthdays past. And cute—so delightfully, deliciously cute.

Around town, the cupcake has had a renaissance, lining up in bakery cases like pearls on a strand. People buy them with abandon, gleeful, embracing the frosting on their noses and little change back from a 10. It is okay. It is a cupcake. It is the way it should be.
Until, it isn’t.

Early last year, two men in Dallas decided that they, too, would join the parade of bakers who now specialize in cupcakes. They had a plan to open one, and then a string of shops, fast, calling them Dimples, like the thing your face does when it grins. The problem, though, for Chad Sorrells and his business and life partner, Bryan Owens—who are, by the way, not bakers—is that few people are smiling. In fact, a lot of people would like to see them iced. In court, no sprinkles on top.

It wouldn’t be the first time the pair has been on the wrong side of legal proceedings. Before expanding into cupcakes, Owens ran a company called On Site Property Management. At least three suits were filed by various plaintiffs, claiming that the men stole money. Several judgments were awarded to plaintiffs, according to court records. Casi Fricks is among the fresh batch of plaintiffs brought on by their cupcake foray.
“I represented him as a broker for nearly five months,” says Fricks, who was in charge of office and retail leasing at Frisco Square, the site of Dimples’ first location. They now have three stores. “He cut me out of deals and never paid me. I’m owed $20,000.”

Worse, Fricks convinced her husband, a contractor, to do the build-out on the Frisco shop. He thought the job would lead to a lucrative business relationship with the Dimplers, knowing they intended to franchise. “It was a hurry-up deal. We had to get a month’s worth of work done in two weeks,” says Scott Fricks. “I always get money up front, but I thought, I’ll do this at a discount to help them out. I did it for my wife.”

Fricks paid out of pocket for supplies, pulled all the permits, and had his crew working around the clock. “I was pretty shocked,” he says, “when they offered one of my guys some kind of amphetamines when he was working through the night.”

Fricks never got paid for his services and currently has a builder’s lien against Frisco Square, thinking he has a better chance of getting reimbursed by the mall. “[Sorrells and Owens] scare a lot of people, make a lot of threats. My sense is, they size you up from the start. If there’s an opening, they’re going to take it and run. That’s just what they do, prey upon people.”

While Fricks was painting the last stroke of pink in Frisco, an unassuming baker in McKinney agreed to be the chief pastry chef for the darling little cupcake company, receiving a written statement outlining her salary and responsibilities. For five months, she developed recipes, creating original formulations in her house for her new employers, even working at several events under the Dimples name.

“They promised, in writing, that when their first store opened up, I would be paid and get a bonus,” says the baker, who prefers to remain anonymous. “They even wanted me to find an assistant. Thank goodness I didn’t make someone quit his job for this.” The chief pastry chef was never paid, not once in five months. According to their agreement, she is owed $7,500.

Before the Frisco store launched in December 2009, it seemed the Dimplers sharpened their spatulas out in Tyler, quickly opening and closing a storefront operation. “We installed a coffee maker out there,” says Jerry Itzig, co-owner of the 28-year-old Globex America. “But when they didn’t pay us, my wife and I drove to Tyler to pick up the machine and saw they had shut down and taken everything with them, including our $2,000 piece of equipment.”

Itzig took the Dimplers to small claims court. When they didn’t show, he received a default judgment and then a writ of execution, enabling a sheriff to go to a current location and seize the cash owed. Thus far, no cash.

Meanwhile, the batter thickened back in Dallas, where the Dimplers had rented a zippy apartment with lovely views, plenty of room, and a state-of-the-art kitchen. The Frisco bakery, by the way, did not have an oven when it opened. Usually bakeries have ovens, since bakers usually bake in bakeries. But the Dimplers do things differently it seems.

Example: it is the fall of 2009. While the Frisco operation is gearing up, the company operates a cupcake catering business out of a van. Two months pass and no rent is paid on the zippy apartment with the state-of-the-art kitchen. It is a corporate lease, made out in the business’s name. The leasing company begins the eviction process. After three or four months, the Dimplers are told to leave the apartment, which they do, without cleaning up after themselves. When the building manager goes inside, he sees that his former tenants have been very industrious in the state-of-the-art kitchen.

“It was kind of interesting,” says the manager, who would rather his company not be named. “They left a bunch of Walmart receipts for Betty Crocker cake mix, a whole bunch of them in a box. And each one had the boxes itemized: Betty Crocker, Betty Crocker, Betty Crocker.” The cupcakes sell for $4 each.

The owners of the apartment building have filed a lawsuit in the amount of the outstanding rent due, as well as clean-up costs.

These days, life looks pretty cupcake-y inside two of the three bakeries. The Frisco store brings in about $94,000 a month, according to Fricks’ source in the Frisco Square leasing department. That is a lot of cupcakes. It is not clear how much of this income is derived from catering, but it appears that there is now an oven on the premises. The 6-month-old McKinney Avenue location in Uptown seems less busy.

“How many employees do you have?” manager Marie Ballinger is asked.

“Oh, I don’t know.”

“How much square footage do you have?”

“I have no idea.”

“And how many cupcakes do you sell a day?”

“Oh, thousands.”

“Really.”

“Well, I don’t know.”

Marie Ballinger is a friend of Chad Sorrells’ grandmother. She does not give anyone his phone number or e-mail address. “It is hard to get ahold of him,” Ballinger says. “He just works so much because he is just brilliant. I met him when he was a kid. And he made up the red velvet recipe himself.”

The Dimplers agreed to an interview but never arrived at the appointed time and place. A cupcake seller behind the Uptown counter said he couldn’t say if he had gotten paid or not, and disappeared through a swinging door.

Over at one of the newest Dimples stores, in One Arts Plaza, which had five customers by 3 o’clock on a recent Saturday, the cupcake seller said that she had some “complications” with her paycheck.

Meanwhile, unsuspecting sweet tooths continue to purchase the goods, nefariously conceived though they may be. They carry them off in plastic containers, like innocents in a kidnapping. As brazen as the reported stealing from employees and vendors is the theft of simple pleasure, of nostalgia. How dare the Dimplers plunder that feeling. What is next? Baby blankets?

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In the words of RIPOFF REPORT itself: We don't delete anything from our servers whether true or not, it's actually impossible to do,

AUTHOR: Larry Taylor; Broker of e-Executive Realty - ()

We are never happy to meet discourse in our professional lives, but true professionals are mature enough to realize that losing for all to win, just might be the solution!

 Though Caprice – Michelle was granted a judgment in her favor after being the victim of some free loading tenants that kept multiplying like rabbits, yet none of them could pay her the rent for the home she rented to them. This was her personal property she rented and unfortunately, she most likely will never be able to collect on this judgment, however it was nice to know that the judge saw right through their B.S. and verbally humiliated and reprimanded them in open court !  Beware Nathan Sorrell because judges are not tolerating this kind scam to take advantage of home owners and are setting examples of offenders!

Beware when qualifying ALL tenants but especially be on the look-out for those mentioned in reports like this one.  Caprice should have been less trusting and qualified these guys like she would have done for a client’s property! In a word she liked them and extended them too much trust, believing that their hard times were just temporary; only to later discover that their hard times were a carefully calculated career path for these repeated offenders.

In fact it was her kindness that was at fault for this happening just as much as their pre-meditated scheme, to take advantage of her busy schedule and her success, that they apparently believed was great enough to support a few more grown children, besides her own!

You better believe that her Broker; who cares tried coming to her rescue to help mediate this unfair predicament and would proudly do it again! Though this wasn’t a property Brokered by e-Executive in the end and though we  REALTORS perform the job of finding prospective tenants, it is not the job of the REALTOR, to determine what renter is most qualified, based on what they may claim in a application , rather we send it off to a third party credit and/or background checking agency that does this as a profession. 

In this case, since Caprice is the owner and decision maker of what course to follow, she made a mistake by not sending their application onto that third party. 

In retrospect, now reconsidering what is and is not in the applications of these applicants, we suspect that much of what was provided to qualify, was not true and in fact contrived to influence her to feel it unnecessary to be concerned about such seemingly strong applications.

 These third party credit/background checker companies are trained to find the true facts about applicants as similarly are property management companies.  They investigate beyond what an eager applicant claims and in the case of property managers they take it step further by dealing with their decision to accept an applicant by being the third party that deals with their every issue for the term of their lease. 

Thus typically; property managers often have a rough intimidating personality built for challenging prospects face-to-face in regaining possession of properties, but not so for us  more cheerful REALTORS involved in emotional sales experiences.

Whereas professional saleswoman;  Caprice-Michelle is in the business of selling homes to buyer’s for seller’s, making their dreams a reality AND SHE IS THE BEST AT WHAT SHE DOES!  We regret that she was victimized by these predatory con artists, HOWEVER we all learned a very good lesson from this, unfortunately it was costly one for her!

 We are delighted to announce that she has overcome this challenge and is back in full force ready to sell your home or help you buy one, with her Brokers steadfast support unwavering as always! We thank all of you who have helped, provided your support and came to her rescue!  I would be remiss if I failed to say how impressed I was with such a turn-out, but no surprise that Caprice is as popular and well liked as she is.  Her sales production speaks for itself on that issue and we are so proud to sponsor her as one of our own!

Finally, to speak to the placing of frivolous, false and contrived reviews as a weapon to harm and/or scare law abiding folks into paying money to extortionists.  Rip Off report should require facts to be presented and tested for accuracy before allowing their site to speak to the general public about someone’s character and I’m no lawyer, but if they don’t consider changing such a policy on this, aren’t they inadvertently guilty of conspiring with the slanderer using them to violate Texas laws regulating such behavior?

Broker:  Larry Taylor for e-Executive Realty Inc.

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