We operate a tourist based aircraft business in Alaska. I responded to an ad in the respected publication Trade-A-Plane for aircraft engine parts. First i spoke with an individual named Tom Lawson and he refered me to Josh critchfield. After a series of emails, texts and phone calls I was assured he could supply the parts we needed. We sent him a check for about 5000$ and the lies began. I wont go into all the excuses and blatant lies he had but the upshot was I called the sheriffs in Wyoming. They went to the address I sent the check to and found the place vacated. He has since moved to Florida and Through the internet I have found more victims. Fraud totally tens of thousands of dollars. Beware. We were unable to get a much needed aircraft on line this summer due to this man. I like to think it was a mistake but am now convinced he acted deliberately. I filed charges in Wyoming where I mailed the check but have not seen a warrant issued yet.
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