Re: [Z_Scale] RE: MAKING EACH OF US ACCOUNTABLE TO THE GROUP
I certainly can understand your ill feelings towards this individual. Kind
of like hoping he cinches his belt too tight and something rots off?
Several bad boy names have been posted of late so I guess there are several
less than scrupulous individuals prowling the halls of Z.
What surprises me, (a different subject) is how late my original post was
shown. I wrote my comments over two weeks ago I believe and you are just
now reading it?
Maybe yahoo cinches their belt too tight too.........
You do have a right and responsibility to pursue the person who is not
being responsible so I hope you get some satisfaction from your efforts.
And you're right, by him not paying and you not buying my SBM products, I
can't retire in the fashion I'd like too. Looks like a few more cans of
beans for me.
Good luck on your litigation,
From: Malcolm Cleaveland
Date: 10/3/2010 4:25:42 PM
Subject: [Z_Scale] RE: MAKING EACH OF US ACCOUNTABLE TO THE GROUP
On Sunday, October 3, 2010, ljsnyder@... said:
> Perhaps it is high time that we call out the dishonest.Loren,
Exactly. I did not call out Robert Dressel because he owes me $651 and
ignores my e-mails, I called him out because I don't want another Z-scaler
to get ripped off. I have learned a hard lesson, and I would like to
prevent another from having to experience my loss. I waited a long time
to do this, gave him several years to make it right. Enough is enough.
$651 would buy a lot of your Stonebridge products, for example, so it's a
double loss to our community. I hope the bastard reads this, because I'm
going to sic a collection agency on him. Even if the agency collects and
takes most of it as their fee, I'll be satisfied.
-- Malcolm Z
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