Creative Connections Studio

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Creative CON? You Bet!
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VENTNOR, NEW JERSEY -- Steer way clear of this place. Its owner is a real con artist. I bought a house from her back in September of 2007. She represented in writing that the place had no oil tank of which she was aware. Of course, the place had a stinking, leaking, underground oil tank. It was located in a concealed shed in which this woman, her pasty-faced, high-fivin' husband, and beautiful daughter stored their bikes. They all had a good laugh; joke's on me, huh?
You want a joke? Check out the website for this place, which was opened with the money out of which its owner swindled me. Let's see: You have two "Wonderful Teachers," who boast of past drug problems as if they give them some kind of "cutting edge" "street cred," Broadway show tunes, pirates, some dude with a Billy D. Williams, c. 1978, pomade 'do, who is all about Zumba! Zumba! Zumba! and assorted dinner theater rejects looking to supplement their waiter/waitressing tips. Place used to have some really obnoxious resident magician punk, but he seems to have wised up and made himself disappear. What a hodgepodge. What a mess.
None of this matters, though, because this place actually exists only to get the owner's darling daughter on her way to some type of Britney Spears career. Students are enrolled just to play supporting roles and to sing back up for her. You really want to pay money for your little Baxter or Abigail to do that? Suit yourself. Anyway, check out the website's Homepage and see if you can guess which of the little aspiring starlets is the owner's daughter.
Bottom line? Stay away from this con artist!
     
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let me see? on 2010-02-09:
HUH? I said Huh?
Anonymous on 2010-02-09:
OMG....Speaking of drugs, what drug is this OP on? OP-If I were you I would remove this complaint immediately. If any of them found out you are posting on the internet that they are drug users, they could sue you for slander and defamation of character.

honestly I really got a laugh out of this I mean WTF
Venice09 on 2010-02-09:
As far as the house and oil tank are concerned, didn't you find out what type of heat the house had before buying it? If it was oil, where did you think the oil came from? Was the tank underground or located in a shed? Was it an underground shed where bikes are stored? That would be strange. Did you have a house inspection? Banks usually require home inspections before giving out mortgages. Did you pay cash?

I think the rest of this review is just your way of getting even over the oil tank. You have no one to blame for that but yourself.
BEJ on 2010-02-10:
What does this have to do with the purchase of your home.
Inat on 2010-02-10:
I actually found this rant to be well written :)
However, what about the oil tank? If it is leaking and and was not disculosed during the sale of the home, then you can go back on the owner. Speak to a real estate lawyer
PepperElf on 2010-02-10:
I agree - issues that are not disclosed like that can get the seller in trouble.

talk to a lawyer about your options


additionally - this is why you should never buy a house without getting it inspected
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