Sunday, August 10, 2008

We are not going to go away!!!

I had a voice mail late Friday from Paige Boggs of the Indiana Attorney General's office that went like this:

"We have yet to decide if we are going to proceed with the matter of the Olde Geneva Dairy" I am waiting to talk to the Section Chief of the Consumer Ligation Division. If you have any additional questions please call me at 317-233-4738".

Okay ladies we have her direct number........................CALL HER and let her know that that is not acceptable!

I was called a couple months ago to confirm my case and was asked if I had (1) gone to the OGD and (2) if I got my deposit back. I was told at that time they were proceeding with the case! Now they are saying they haven't decided!

If we don't want this to die we need to let our voices be heard so I urge you to call and let your voice be heard!!!!!

In my opinion it is now the principle of the thing, this man cannot be allowed to get away with scamming the Scrapbooking Community, we do have a voice and we are not unimportant!!! What he did was a crime!!!

Remember................squeaky wheel!!!!!

Friday, August 8, 2008

Consumer complaint case still open at AG office

To date, 34 complaints have been filed with Carter's office regarding Bridgers' former operation called the Olde Geneva Dairy........................................................The women have an extensive e-mail network and have placed several Web sites on the Internet to warn future customers about Bridgers' practices. As reported by Bettina Puckett of the Shelbyville News.

To read more of this article be sure to click on the title and it will take you directly to the story.

Bridgers loses civil case, ordered to pay county fees, expenses

"The owner of the Olde Geneva Dairy scrapbooking retreat has been ordered to pay more than $9,000 in fines and fees after losing a civil case to the Shelby County Plan Commission and the Shelby County Board of Commissioners." Reported by the Shelbyville News

For more about the ruling from the May '08 Civil Trial just click on the title link to see the article written by Bettina Puckett of the Shelbyville News.