- Report: #1065864
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Complaint Review: Small Leaf Publishing
Small Leaf Publishing191 pas pajaros calle sonoma, California USA
Small Leaf Publishing Small Leaf, Michael T Hamilton, Chris Ingram Merchant defaulted on a $25k advance after making 3 payments sonoma California
*Author of original report: Michael T Hamilton Small Leaf Publishing
*Author of original report: Chris Ingram
*Consumer Suggestion: Thrive Collection Services
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Michael Hamilton and Chris Ingram from Small Leaf Publishing are Cash Advance Theives!
These guys took an advance from my MCA company and defaulted after 3 payments. Michael is a professional bullshitter who has nothing better to do than sit and talk on the phone for hours. He is continuosly shopping for more money and sends doctored bank statemetns. He fails to tell people how he screwed Pearl Capital.
He tells everyone about his Amazon sellers account with $200k in receivables. Its all a fraud. When Michael Hamilton gets upset at you he starts to cry about his handicapp child and blames you for his issues. Michael Hamilton is a complete bulls**t artist.
Do not do any business with Michael T Hamilton or Chris Ingram from Small Leaf Publishing!! He is a cash advance default waiting to happen.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/10/2013 09:51 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Small-Leaf-Publishing-/sonoma-California-95476/Small-Leaf-Publishing-Small-Leaf-Michael-T-Hamilton-Chris-Ingram-Merchant-defaulted-on-1065864. 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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