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Trek Prop Zone / Fraud

1 AL, United States Review updated:

As a member of The Trek Prop Zone I would like to state that a member defrauded myself and other members. This is not the fault of The Trek Prop Zone but member vendors who renege on their promises. Unfortunately, this can happen with people making props on their own time.

The Trek Prop Zone cannot be held responsible for members who offer Star Trek prop replicas. The Trek Prop Zone does not need a license to offer Star Trek props. The designs are not under any patent.

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  • St
      13th of Jul, 2009
    -57 Votes

    Hi Steve Tessier. How are you doing these days? Still ripping off people on your own?

    Get a Life Fool!!

  • On
      5th of Oct, 2009
    Best Best Advice +82 Votes

    The details of the Seller should be handed over to the Buyer. Forget "Houston, We have a Problem". Roger Manley, the owner never has a problem. He should be held responsible.

    If you pay for props on the TPZ for a builders request (because he needs $ to get the venture started) This is at your own risk. Buy the item when it is available, which happen often. Many people get swamped and take years to deliver.

    Hey Steve Tessier Fan - Still on about that? Get Bent!

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