Ron Fisher hawthorne

Complaint: I met Ron Fisher at Ken Porter Auctions in Gardena. We were both bidding on the same truck and struck up a conversation. He claimed to be a buyer for a truck dealer in Bakersfield. I met him again at General Auction in Buena Park and spoke to him about liquidating some equipment I had for sale, as well as locating another truck for me. We had several meetings, which included visits to other “accounts”” he was selling equipment for. He claimed close relationships with the folks he introduced me to. He seemed to know a lot of people with solid businesses and was a regular at both auction houses. He also was authorized (?) to buy vehicles for at least one company I knew of.Long story short

Tags: Motor Vehicle

Address: he approached me about investing in some specialized auction vehicles that he claimed to have a quick sale for. I gave him $5000 in cash and had him sign a note to guarantee repayment. He quickly became unavailable by phone

Website: 310 941-5304

Phone: so I went back to the people he had introduced me to in hopes of tracking him down. They all had similar stories of being conned. None of them knew him well. He lived in an expensive motorhome that he kept alternately in Long Beach or in the High Desert

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