- Report: #1143932
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Complaint Review: Kevin Preble
Kevin Preble942 South Ash Avenue #107 Tempe, Arizona USA
Kevin Preble, Wine Buyers Purchasing Group, iBuyWineOnline.com Serial Con Man Rips People Off of their Wine Collections, Should be in Jail for Fraud & Grand Larceny! Tempe Arizona
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4 years ago, I reluctantly agreed to sell my collection of expensive wines worth at least a couple of thousand dollars for well below market value to Kevin Preble because I needed the money at the time. As another victim reported on here, Preble was pleasant to speak to at first, but he made a lowball offer nonetheless. I was to be paid COD & he insisted on me using a FedEx shipping label that he emailed to me, but as I discovered as soon as I sent my wine to him, that was just part of his plan to swindle me because when I asked him to confirm that he'd received my wine because I was unable to track the package online, he claimed that "there was a problem with the labeling on the package" because he addressed the COD to himself. How advantageous of a mistake for someone that claimed to ship wine all of the time to make! Then, he offered to pay me even less than our already-agreed-to-below-market-price. [continued below]....
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/04/2014 07:55 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Kevin-Preble/Tempe-Arizona-85281/Kevin-Preble-Wine-Buyers-Purchasing-Group-iBuyWineOnlinecom-Serial-Con-Man-Rips-People-1143932. 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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