- Report: #1087114
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Complaint Review: shawn varosky
shawn varosky849 N. Mc Cadden Pl. #11 Los Angeles, California USA
shawn varosky stole all LLC paperwork and then demanded cash - Police were called. Los Angeles California
*Author of original report: Settled. We recommend Mr. Varosky
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Shawn Varosky was hired to oversee all company paperwork. After several other employees complained about his aggressive rudeness he suddenly stormed off the film set. We asked him to return all the LLC paperwork (insurance, talent releases, SAG paperwork, time cards, etc. etc.) but he refused to hand over our property. The next day he sent us an inflated invoice and demanded cash or he would not return the paperwork. For several days we tried to reason with him but we finally had to call the police. The police asked if we wanted to have him arrested but we informed that that we simply wanted our paperwork back - the entire film production was now in jeopardy. He refused and kept demanding cash. Finally the police forced him to return the paperwork. Later he filed for city arbitration, trying to collect whatever money he could. He lost. Now he is threatening a lawsuit despite that the entire cast and crew is willing to testify against him in a court of law backing the events outlined above. DON'T HIRE THIS PERSON. He is unstable.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/24/2013 09:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/shawn-varosky/Los-Angeles-California-90046/shawn-varosky-stole-all-LLC-paperwork-and-then-demanded-cash-Police-were-called-Los-An-1087114. 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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