Incorporation Services / $1,500 debt
Tony Rubio, contacted us in the last week of January 09', to form 3 corproation for his clients. We agreed to move forward with the filing as a C.O.D contingent to his clients payment. The documents were completed in 5 business days and were delivered to Tony Rubio personally by one of our business associates on February 6, 2009. In the course of the meeting Tony Rubio collected a check for over $3000.00.
Since Tony Rubo owed Paracon Corporate Filings, Inc., $1, 500.00 in fees, he told our associate that he would see him the next day to pay the amount in full once he cashsed the check. After that day Tony Rubio has been giving our company the run around on when he is going to pay us. He says he deposited the money in our account, when confronted with the lie, he stated that he deposited in the wrong account by mistake and that he would give us the money once he received it back from the bank, in another instance, he stated that he would pay us in person and would make meetings that he would not show up to. At this point our company decided to take him to small claims court to collect our money.
During this whole time we realized that Tony Rubio was no longer at the address he claimed to be in. All we had to getting a hold of him was a cell phone number [protected], but no where to send him our invoice for the debt. We also discovered that he was in many complaint blogs where other individuals were stating that he ripped them off with loan modifications and other services he alledgedly was going to perform for them.
We strongly advise anyone who knows or encounters this individual, to not enter into any kind of business with him. At this point our company has finished playing games with him and has taken him to small claims court where he will be served by the Sherrif's department. We fortunetly have his personal information and will most likely find him thru the courts sources.
Paracon Corproate Filings, Inc.
Los Angeles, CA