- Report: #1083738
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Complaint Review: Thomas Zampetti
Thomas Zampetti2320 Marina Bay Dr E 308 Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA
Thomas Zampetti Beware of this “WANNA BE” who will waste your business time Fort Lauderdale Florida
*General Comment: WANT A BE?? HE IS A NEVER WAS!!!!
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: the liar and his partner daughter
*General Comment: he is a loser
*Author of original report: FRAUD
*Consumer Comment: NOT A FRAUD
*Author of original report: Fraud Alert
*Consumer Comment: Maybe your office just isn't good enough for the luxury clients!?
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An older gentleman in his late 60s, about 5’5” with black dyed hair, decently dressed stopped by our office to purchase auto insurance for 2013 Infinity that he had a buyer’s offer contract on. Nothing unusual. We spent some considerable amount of time researching insurance markets for a competitive rate; it was a challenging and time consuming process due to his bad credit and NO PRIOR insurance. When we were ready to bind his coverage, he told us that he would be back in the morning with the cash. Never came back. Nothing unusual again. But, in this case we were dealing with not your usual "real" person.
Almost at the beginning of our conversation, it was a suspicion that the man could be just a “wanna be”, but we, sales people, all would like to believe that we are dealing with a real buyer when we are facing a potential client. After telling us his life story about his various successful business ventures and him being a regarded Vietnam veteran, he mentioned that he had a contract on a $10,000,000 mansion, provided its address, realtor's name, and property information.
A call came in on his cell phone during our conversation, and we could hear him discussing $300,000 kitchen cabinets with a sales girl. It sounded as if she had already spent a considerable time with him trying to finalize the deal; the suspicion lifted a bit. We deal with high net worth clients, so it is not unusual for us to have affluent prospects walking in the door, and a great deal of them are eccentrics.
The huge red flag came on when he threw a name of a yacht owner and his specific yacht he was contemplating to purchase (we happen to know both). The yacht was with $60,000,000 price tag. At that point, I knew for sure we had wasted our valuable business time and there was a fraud in front of us. I googled his name right away after he left our office and found a long list of warnings about this individual. He likes to go to auto dealerships, yacht brokerages, insurance agencies, real estate offices, and rob working people of their valuable business time and resources.
Luxury professionals do not waste your time on Thomas Zampetti; he is a fake!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/11/2013 03:47 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Thomas-Zampetti/Fort-Lauderdale-Florida-33312/Thomas-Zampetti-Beware-of-this-WANNA-BE-who-will-waste-your-business-time-Fort-Laud-1083738. 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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