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01/20/2017
By: Eric D.
Gee Willie Entertainment
BEWARE - SCAM - DO NOT TRUST: Over a period of several events during July / August 2015, Willie Chieves of Gee Willie Entertainment agreed to lease a Meltdown attraction to fullfill reservations from clients for a variety of events in and around Iowa, per his business, Gee Willie Entertainment. Not only did the equipment come back with thousands of dollars in damages, but Willie has not paid for thousand of dollars in lease fees. I have made every attempt to allow Willie to make payments and such but Willie has continued to lie and be dishonest about payments to be made and timelines for those payments. Willie has insisted that he would pay and missed deadline after deadline. Willie, has now stopped communicating / responding to emails, text messages and phone call attempts to resolve the balance. I simply want Willie to pay the funds to me, that Willie collected from clients for rental of my equipment, that was intended for me, but that Willie took instead. Willie rented out equipment that he did not have and used me / my equipment to fulfill those reservations. He agreed to rent equipment from me to use to fulfill reservations that he had made for equipment that he does not own and he collected money from those customers and did not pay me for those events / use of our equipment. In my experience, this person is totally dishonest.
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