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Beware of Ricky Duncan the owner of Duncan parts and performance. He takes on projects and is not capable of completing them. I sent two vehicles and got back two stripped down ones retuned, he sold numerous parts off them and said they were stolen. Over $5000 worth of stolen parts.
 

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Beware of Ricky Duncan the owner of Duncan parts and performance. He takes on projects and is not capable of completing them. I sent two vehicles and got back two stripped down ones retuned, he sold numerous parts off them and said they were stolen. Over $5000 worth of stolen parts.
Update, since getting my card back I’ve been in touch with 6 last customers that have been ripped off by this guy. Total of around 50-55k between everyone that paid him. How do you report him to notify people to watch out for him?
 

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Update, since getting my card back I’ve been in touch with 6 last customers that have been ripped off by this guy. Total of around 50-55k between everyone that paid him. How do you report him to notify people to watch out for him?
What is his excuse for the missing parts and incomplete work?

Have your attorney report him via subpoena to appear for the lawsuit against him.
 

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Update, since getting my card back I’ve been in touch with 6 last customers that have been ripped off by this guy. Total of around 50-55k between everyone that paid him. How do you report him to notify people to watch out for him?
What is his excuse for the missing parts and incomplete work?

Have your attorney report him via subpoena to appear for the lawsuit against him.
This guy is still running his business without insurance or license in Prestonburg Kentucky. How do you report him?
 

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Walk into the local Police station and tell them he robbed you. If you are not local, you can get a local private investigator to do it.
 

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How was payment made?

If done by check and out of state, that is Interstate Fraud and is actually a Federal Crime. If done In-State, you should contact the local PD or County Sheriff. If you have no documentation (photos before / after, written paperwork ,etc...) it's hard to prove.

If you paid by credit card, dispute the charge w your card provider under product not received, product not as advertised, or Service Dispute. The Fraud department can seize the money from his account and get it back to you


I bought a trailer in Greenup, KY that I began to have questions about prior to pickup. He agreed to hold the trailer for a few weeks before I arrived. Turns out the trailer had been registered w the State as a "homemade" trailer but I knew it was a Haulmark. Contacted the local PD who went on site, inspected the trailer for Man. VINs and found they had been removed. They impounded the trailer and found 2 other vehicles for sale w altered VINs. He refused to give me my money back. Police Chief explained to him the error of his ways, and I had the money returned electronically in 2 hours.
 

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introduce this guy to my lawyers Smith & Wesson get a .38 injunction and explain you ain't leaving without adequate compensation. Cash, tools, parts whatever just remember used is $.30 on the dollar. But you can't be playing.
 

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I like to bring the Judge and uncle Ruger the lawyer with me.
 
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