From: Anglen, Robert
Date: Sun, Sep 28, 2014 at 9:40 AM
Subject: Story on camelback consign
To: Glenn Michaels
Story is in today's paper. Your blog is mentioned prominently in the story. Thanks for all of your help. Here is a link:
|The BBB knew more than a little about the problems at CCD as evidenced by the list of complaints on its website. Manuz, however, seems to be claiming ignorance of any such issues.|
On March 28, 2014, Michaels added the following post to his blog:
In that post, Michaels included the following statement:
"How can someone with over 500 connections on FACEBOOK work for a person who cheats people of their belongings and their money, all the time? I say that because I've been owed $21,000 since October 2013 by this firm. And Vera knows it."
Blogger's Note: As of this morning (9/19/14) Vera's Facebook page shows that she has 230 friends. Either my research was terribly flawed when I wrote the preceding paragraph or.... Vera's friends aren't as friendly as they used to be.Manuz, Michaels believes, would have quickly learned of the blog post. She's quite active on Facebook. How on earth can she honestly claim to be have been unaware of the pattern of behavior evidenced by her employer?
This is, after all, the person who often, if not usually opened the store.
This is the person who answered the phone.
This is person who responded to angry consignors who came in and demanded to know where their money was... once the checks started bouncing.
This is the person who watched Michaels waste a full day in the store while waiting for her employer to return and pay him.
This is the person Michaels claims aided and abetted the Consignment Vampire.
|Another victim comments on Manuz' innocence.|