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Report: #1455430

Complaint Review: Bruce Bottomley - Innovated Concession Services Inc - Miami FL

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  • Reported By: Accounting Dept — Miami FL United States
  • Bruce Bottomley - Innovated Concession Services Inc P.O. Box 2297 Miami, FL United States

Bruce Bottomley - Innovated Concession Services Inc Took possession of furniture and then placed stop payment on check Fort Lauderdale Miami FL

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Bruce Bottomley picked out outdoor furniture for purchase.  He paid with two company check.  We deposited the checks and delivered the goods.

He then placed stop payment on both checks.  He claimed that was mistake by his bank and he would wire the money once received back into his bank account.  He never did, so he bascially stole the furniture.

One check was for 13,336 and the second check was for 15,208

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