[Mccoypottery-talk] Faye and Roger Jensen

Kevin kreffitt@pbtcomm.net
Sun, 09 Nov 2003 20:26:39 -0500

Yes, yes, and yes.  We have stopped VOC Rehab from sending people out there
as of last week, and they are looking into the fraud angle, but Roger seems
to have sold his soul to the devil.  He never seems to pay the appropriate
price for his dealings...prison.

We won a Labor Board sanction in the case of the minor child, and also a
civil case for the back wages, but getting Roger to pay is another issue.
We executed the judgment and it's now in the hands of the civil processor.
They are looking into his personal holdings, but he usually hides his stuff
in other peoples names....just before he uses THEM up, he moves his property

We turned him in to the Dept. of Revenue, as he pays no taxes, the Food
Stamp Dept., as he draws food stamps, the Social Security Disability Dept.,
as he draws $500.00 monthly (which he uses to buy slip with) while he makes
fake cookie jars.

Remember, people like Faye are just the sellers...they move 10's of jars a
week.  Roger makes and dumps HUNDREDS of jars a week, and we can make the
most difference by stopping him and his like.

We are hoping your letters to our Mayor may help expose just how hurtful
what he does really is, and may make a difference.



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "flury" <flury@bellsouth.net>
To: <mccoypottery-talk@lists.mccoypottery.com>
Sent: Sunday, November 09, 2003 7:01 AM
Subject: Re: [Mccoypottery-talk] Faye and Roger Jensen

> Kevin,
> Did you check out the Federal Americans with Disabilities law for ADA
> violations if there are some in some of data you're writing about.  Did
> ask to see policy from Voc Rehab on the work program?  Didn't know if you
> tried that angle on the employment issues.
> Some States have programs to investigate allegations of abuse,
> neglect, and other areas for adults...may want to inquire at State
> level if there is a program...Adult Protective Services that could
> look into allegations/concerns.
> Also the State or federal laws ...Child Labor Laws may need to
> be reviewed when you spoke of minor children and wages.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Kevin" <kreffitt@pbtcomm.net>
> To: <mccoypottery-talk@lists.mccoypottery.com>
> Sent: Saturday, November 08, 2003 8:26 PM
> Subject: [Mccoypottery-talk] Faye and Roger Jensen
> > (If this posts twice, I'm sorry...sent it from my other mail account)
> >
> > Well guys....I need some help.
> >
> > We all know the frustration of trying to deal with the Fayes of eBay,
> > all the fakes in the antique malls.  It's maddening, but Faye is just a
> > seller.  She buys these jars from others, and we know where the majority
> of
> > the jars come from:
> >
> > Roger Jensen & Larry Martin
> >
> > As most of you all have guessed by now, I worked for Roger Jensen as his
> > production manager, and my wife is "Mrs. Source" as referred to in
> Chiquita
> > Prestwood's article on Roger Jensen.  She served as his Marketing/Sales
> > Manager.  We both left his association once we figured out this creep
> > just that...a creep.  We thought we could change things, but he's rotten
> to
> > the core.
> >
> > SO...we have been working on stopping him for the last three
> > suites, reporting him to just about every state agency known to man, and
> > even appealed to the town administration.  In this last point is where
> > need your help.
> >
> > The mayor of Wagener has been made aware of Roger's dealings, but
> to
> > move on this matter.  He feels that this is no big deal, and he doesn't
> hear
> > any one else complaining but myself and Michelle.  He feels that this is
> > just a personal vendetta against Roger because he didn't pay us, or our
> > minor child, or at least ten other people in town so far.  He doesn't
> > to feel that the fake cookie jars hurt anyone.
> >
> > Let Mayor Steve hear YOUR voices.  Write him at the address below, and
> share
> > with him your stories about all the people that have been hurt by this
> man.
> > Let him know your own personal stories about how this man's products
> > diluted a fine collectibles market with low quality trash!  Let him know
> > that NO town should sponsor, and allow a crook like this to operate his
> > immoral business when they have the power to deny him the ability to
> > operate.
> >
> > You guys really don't know the extent that this guy will go to rip us
> > He has been using the State Vocational Rehabilitation Department's
> training
> > program to get 30 days of free labor from disabled people, and then when
> the
> > training period is over, and it's time for him to start PAYING these
> people,
> > he fires them.  Over and over and over...this is ONE of his MOs.  He
> NO
> > one, not his venders, not his employees, not his taxes, not even his
> > fees.  He uses EVERYONE up, and then bolts when the tab gets too large.
> >
> > Help us stop him NOW, before any more locals are hurt, before another
> > legitimate vender is ripped off, before another cookie jar is made.
> >
> > Write our Mayor at:
> >
> > Wagener Town Hall
> > 113 Railroad Ave.
> > Wagener, SC 29164
> > Attn: Mayor Steve Carver
> >
> >
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