- Report: #66300
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Complaint Review: Scrap In A Snap
Scrap In A Snap98 North 1200 East Lehi, Utah U.S.A.
Scrap In A Snap, Ms. Henry, president lies again, instead of fixing problems they just claim to hire more attorneys and threaten lawsuits, stop 1st amendment rights scam, ripoff Lehi Utah
*Consumer Comment: Once again, they prove how clueless they are about business, the first ammendment and the law...
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Why haven't they registered to do business in any known state? Why are they refusing to register to do business in any known state? Why have they never paid any sales taxes to any state for years and years and years?
Further, Ms. Tamme Henry, instead of confronting a problem, she claims to hire more attorneys (can they even afford to do this or is this just scare tactic by them?) Scrap In A Snap tries to sound mean and tough, but I doubt they even have the resources or the credibility to get any decent attorney to do anything for them.
Ms. Tamme Henry also claims she's going to "stop the lies and slander being spread about us". This is what she said on her own website today. What a joke. First, she needs to look up the definition of slander. Secondly, there are hundreds if not thousands that would agree that there are no lies being told anywhere by pissed off ex-consultants and ex-customers - just the pathetic truth about a really pathetic company and really pathetic people that are involved with such an inept organization. YOU DON'T PAY YOUR TAXES AND EVERY STATE NOW KNOWS ABOUT YOU! How is that a lie?
She just doesn't know when to keep her mouth shut - here's what Ms. Henry put on her own website just today:
"Recruiting- Once again, LP seems to be targeting our consultant base to try to grow their business. If you receive an unsolicited letter from this company or any other, please forward it to email@example.com so that we can take legal action. Its been a year and still their consultants refuse to leave our consultant base alone. Weve hired a new attorney to stop it once and for all, as well as an attorney that specializes in internet law so we can stop the lies and slander being spread about us. We know this is tough on all of our SIAS family and find the entire situation puzzling and exhausting. While SIAS has made its share of mistakes, weve admitted to them, tried to solve them and continue building our business. We find it disappointing that other businesses or individuals dont respect the same. We will continue to do so but are going to step up the legal pressure to protect our name and your SIAS business as well. And please remember that it is against SIAS policy to try to recruit anyone with another direct sales scrapbooking company or to "bash" them, their consultants, or their product line on the various scrapbooking message boards. This is something we dont want to be known for and find it surprising that other companies find it acceptable behavior."
Hmmm - maybe if they ran their business professionally, treated people right, had some business sense, and paid their taxes - they wouldn't have any problems. She acts all high and mighty, I think she might have a disorder of some sort. She claims to be all high and mighty, but at the same time they're violating state laws left and right, don't pay taxes, bounce checks, commit credit card scams, and the list goes on.
Great job, Ms. Henry - keep it up - she's making her company more comical by the minute.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/28/2003 02:34 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Scrap-In-A-Snap/Lehi-Utah-84043/Scrap-In-A-Snap-Ms-Henry-president-lies-again-instead-of-fixing-problems-they-just-cla-66300. 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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