- Report: #1060036
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Complaint Review: Troy Lee Allen Austin 4/21/73 Denise Whitney 4/19/74
Troy Lee Allen Austin 4/21/73 Denise Whitney 4/19/746011 E Yankee Rd Ottawa Lake, Ohio USA
Troy Lee Allen Austin 4/21/73 Denise Whitney 4/19/74 Scam Artists Cons Ottawa Lake Michigan
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Troy Lee Allen Austin 4/21/73 is has a criminal background in both Oakland County, MI and throughout Ohio. He claims to be a consultant for Dog training for Law Enforcement. Claimed to be OPOTA certified but was riding his dad's coat tails using his credentials. He has teamed up with Denise Whitney 4/19/74 to scam money from innocent departments and people looking for Police K-9 and Home Protection dogs. Denise will now show as the business owner even though she has under a year of kennel experience or dog training experience and no qualifications and Troy Austin will be her "consultant". Be aware they change company names like people change underwear; they are not insured if anything should happen they will close that business and open another. They have already said they will move their facility from Michigan to another state and set up shop again to scam more people. Want proof call OPOTA and ask them about what they did to two departments in Ohio. [continued below]....
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