Re: Big Shout Out To Deadly Precision Gunsmithing and Lorenzo Young
X2 on contacting the local Sheriffs dept. My dad went thru a similar situation on some boat parts with a crooked dealer in Florida. After nearly a year of getting the run around with excuse after excuse followed by no response from the dealer at all, my dad contacted the local Sheriffs dept. for that dealers area. I was actually shocked at how helpful they were and how fast they followed up and contacted the dealer. Within the week the Sheriffs dept. called my dad back and told him they had made contact with the dealer and they told my dad to call them back if he didn't hear from the dealer by the following week. My dad didn't hear from them so he called the Sheriffs dept. back and a little over a week later he had a full refund sent to him from the dealer.
I would suggest getting any and all of your paperwork pertaining to this build together then contacting the Sheriffs dept. for the area in which this person does business. I'm sure you're frustrated and probably flat out pissed off about this, I know I would be, but be as calm and pleasant as you can when you talk to the local authorities. Your chances of them helping you and feeling your pain will be much higher if you do. Best of luck to you and I hope you get all your money and stuff back.