I didn't edit out names as this was already public information so I'm sorry.
This post is about the company postmates.
Ok, I usually only post stuff having to do with anime, but this just happened to me recently and I think it's time to really start spreading the word about how shitty this company really is. While I am aware that people have never had a problem with them, soo many others have, including myself. This company refuses to acknowledge their mistakes and they steal from their customers, I have tried up and down to contact them having only been denied my refund as well as them pretty much making me out to be a liar... Yes I have an email they wrote saying that the driver did speak to me (which she did) and I confirmed that the food was delivered (it was not) they chose to believe her instead of a customer who was giving them business. Now... I am not saying that all the drivers are bad, no no nooo! I just do not understand why she, or the company needed to lie about it instead of giving me back my money which was over 30.00+ this is legit THEFT. Please help spread awareness of this because we work way too damn hard in this already shitty economy with a pandemic going on for something this stupid to happen.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CNgnCQAgukK/?igshid=1m5zsu9kiub4d This child The tracing and scamming is bad But Just the fuck Impersonation so he can get into adult spaces telling people to KYS
What's next??? This kid is messed up
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fz_4WXwjOXw https://youtu.be/sDg9asEryHE https://antiarttheft.tumblr.com/post/643299187023282176/nightflightversal-is-back https://antiarttheft.tumblr.com/post/623463969551777792/nightflightversal-still-at-it https://antiarttheft.tumblr.com/post/167090743698/dangerous-user
Different from OP but these are the one i have found here on anti art theft and youtube Ashdragon has deleted their journal on them due to no longer wanting to be involved due to harassment and impersonations from Nightflightversal So here's the archive https://archive.is/ACSOS
“Stole Cheque and Note,” Kingston Daily Whig. December 14, 1910. Page 07. ---- Ernest Cravatt Gets Two Years in Penitentiary. ---- Woodstock, Dec. 14. - Ernest Gravett was charged before Judge Finkle with stealing a cheque of the value of $333.34, and a promissory note for $175 from William S. Thom, a patient at the epileptic hospital, where the prisoner was an attendant. He was found guilty and sentenced to two years in penitentiary. Gravatt was arrested in Toronto several weeks ago.
There’s a really low point in the TMNT fandom (and in other fandoms too but I mostly see it in the TMNT fandom) when I see people steal other TMNT artists fanart of like April or Karai and poorly redraw their Mary Sue OC over it.
Like you can obviously tell they just used Microsoft paint or something and did very sloppy recoloring on someone else’s fanart of a TMNT ship and inserted their TMNT OC so they can ship them with one of the turtles. XD
Just draw your own damn art instead of stealing it from others and adding your OC
“Pair Sentence for Thefts from Auto,” Ottawa Citizen. August 19, 1930. Page 01. ---- Victor Hamel, 34, salesman, United States citizen, was sentenced to two years in Kingston penitentiary by Magistrate Hopewell in police court. William Milton, 26, actor, Hamel’s companion, received six months definite and an indeterminate period of not more than two years less one day thereafter in Ontario Reformatory. The accused pleaded guilty to four charges of stealing property to the value of $850 from tourists’ automobiles. They were arrested by Constable Herman Boehmer, Milton had no previous record while Hamel had spent eleven years in jail.
“Former Cobalt Accountant Gets Term of Five Years,” Porcupine Advance (Timmins). January 1, 1931. Page 10. ---- Sentence of five years in the penitentiary was imposed Tuesday morning by Judge Hartman on Alfred E. McKee, formerly accountant at the O’Brien mine in Cobalt, who pleaded guilty to theft from his employers, M. J. O’Brien Limited.
The amount stated in the charge was $271.25, but Crown Attorney P. T. Smiley, K.C., told the court that $2,725.95 was involved and that this sum was spread over a considerable period.
In passing sentence, His Honour said the case called for a severe sentence, after R. D. Cummings, counsel for accused, had pleaded for a reformatory term for his client.
Art thief/scammer. Selling stolen art as adopts Proof is mostly https://www.deviantart.com/lexpectations/journal/Art-Adopt-Thief-Beware-876307249 Stolen (some already been scammed) https://www.deviantart.com/happyviolet13/art/Cheap-doodles-875722999 Original Https://www.teeturtle.com/products/animal-names Stolen https://www.deviantart.com/happyviolet13/art/Cupcake-corgi-875978768 Original https://doggofashion.com/products/corgi-stickers-pack Stolen https://www.deviantart.com/happyviolet13/art/Hope-868789023 https://archive.is/HpYPj (archived incase she hides) Original https://www.deviantart.com/gabriellebrickey/art/Female-Character-Drawing-Class-652713983 Traced/stolen from another artist product https://www.deviantart.com/happyviolet13/art/Kitsune-875408517 Original https://www.redbubble.com/i/sticker/Shrine-Fox-by-SleepingFoxArt/45506925.EJUG5 Aka on dA https://www.deviantart.com/sleepingfox Stolen https://www.deviantart.com/happyviolet13/art/Sweets-Open-876000735 Some of the Originals From hh candy https://images.app.goo.gl/QGRfZd3pp3k3WXeQ9 Hh candy is part off https://www.supercutekawaii.com/2011/05/super-cute-sponsor-yozo-craft/hiphopcandy-3/
“Freed By Faulty Papers,” Toronto Globe. October 5, 1910. Page 9. ---- JOHN CAPPER CHARGED WITH STEALING ---- Attorney Shows He Was Paid to Collect Money, and Verdict of Not Guilty Is Ordered - Crown Has More Charges to Bring. ---- Because of an oversight on the part of the Crown authorities in drawing up the indictment charging John Capper, a collector, with theft, Capper went free in the Sessions yesterday. The collapse of the Crown’s case was so swift and so complete that even the Crown Attorney Baird seemed surprised at the sudden turn of affairs.
Capper, who was employed as a collector by a furnishing company, is said to be some $230 short in his accounts, with stealing from stealing from his employer, John M. Lavin, but at his trial in the Ssssions he was indicated for stealing sums from several households. Witness after witness was called to prove that the sums mentioned in the indictments had been paid over to him.
‘That is the case, your Honor,’ said Crown Attorney Baird in confident tones.
Was Doing His Duty. Then up rose Mr. H. C. Macdonald, counsel for Capper. ‘I submit there is no case to go to a jury, your honor,’ he said. ‘The evidence put in only shows that this man had collected certain sums of money from these witnesses. That was his duty. He was paid for it. He was hired by his company to collect those sums. He cannot be found guilty of stealing money from these people.’
‘That is so,’ said Judge Denton. ‘He did not steal any money from these people. The Crown has no case, and the jury will bring in a verdict of not guilty.’
Unfortunately for Capper, however, the Crown has still some more more charges to bring against him, and these will be made to read that the moneys wer estoen from his employer.
Incidentally, the case also settled the question as to who loses the missing money, the customers or the furnishing company.
“Sentenced For Perjury,” Toronto Globe. October 8, 1910. Page 13. ---- Philip Christo Goes to Central Prison for Two Years. --- (Special Despatch to The Globe.) Hamilton, Oct. 7. - Philip Christo was found guilty to-day of stealing $20 from L. P. Scarrone, for whom he had collected money, and was sentenced to Central Prison for two years. He swore that he was never sentence in Toronto, but the police presented a police picture of him from Toronto and a record that he had served four months in jail there. The Magistrate spoke of the perjury, and said he had taken this into consideration in sentencing him.
“Stealing From Comrades,” Toronto Globe. October 8, 1910. Page 13. ----- Thomas Higman Sent to Jail for Theft From Plasterer’s Union. --- ‘It was a mean theft to steal from your comrades,’ said Col. Denison to Thos. Higman, a member of the Plasterers’ Union, who pleaded guilty in the Police Court yesterday to stealing $13 from his union.
Higman was not an officer of the union, but he went around collecting initiation fees from intending members and appropriated them to his own use.
‘I am willing to make restitution,’ pleaded Highman.
‘It was a mean thing to do,’ repeated Col. Denison. ‘It was a breach of trust. You will have to go to jail for sixty days as a punishment.’
A small sum of money found on Higman was handed over to the union.
“Accused Financiers Fail To Get Bail,” Toronto Star. December 3, 1930. Page 02. ---- G. F. Cronan and A. W. Northup Remanded to 10th on Charge on Conspiracy ---- Arrested last evening at the instigation of the attorney-general, and at the conclusion of a meeting of their creditors. Gerald F. Cronan and Aubrey W. Northup, president and secretary-treasurer, and vice-president, respectively, of Insurance Investments Limited, 347 Bay St., appeared before Magistrate Browne this morning on a charge of conspiracy. When the prisoners, both well-dressed and obviously ill at case, were ordered to stand up in answer to the charge. Crown Attorney Malone announced that a remand was wanted until December 10.
‘Their counsel, Mr. Gordon Waldron, hadn't arrived yet,’ said the crown.
The prisoners were asked to return to their seats in the docks and there they sat until all prisoners in custody had been dealt with. Mr. Marlone looked round for Mr. Waldron.
Mr. Waldron was not visible.
The crown took another look at the door. But Mr. Waldron came not.
‘We’re not going to wait all day,’ announced the crown.
The magistrate then remanded the prisoners until the 10th and as bail was not forthcoming they went downstairs.
‘Glorious Beer’ Permit the vice-president of the Thirst-Quenchers’ Society to rise and express the views of all and sundry who have been overcome by beer purchased by bootleggers.
.... Magistrate Tinker spotted three repeaters on the morning’s drunk list and fined the trio, Henry Williams, Alex Brown and Harry Montogomery, $50 or one month.
They call it ‘Early Court,’ Two most suggestive words; And true to form the Early Court Catches the late-night birds.
Magistrate Tinker gave all the other late-night birds a chance to hop on a tree with less sap in it. Cruel Fate Sixty-five years old, out of work, his gray hairs telling against him, Albert Ward asked Magistrate Tinker to give him four months at the Jail Farm.
‘I am sorry there isn’t something better for you,’ said his worship.
Stole Employer’s Money Running a motor truck for the National Transport Co. between here and Lindsay, Percy Campbell was authorized to collect accounts, but was given no warrant to keep the company’s money. He did so to the tune of $274. This morning he pleaded guilty to two charges of theft, $174 and $100, respectively.
‘Two previous convictions,’ said Crown Attorney Malone.
Sentence was postponed for one week.
Needed a Coat This is overcoat time, and to be in fashion, David Traill stole one. He had been placed on probation some years ago, so long ago. Probation Officer Freer couldn’t recall the little chats they used to have together. Mr. Freer has only a thousand of them to look after. He should be a centipede.
Magistrate Browne again placed the prisoner on probation for one year.
Dolling Up Once again thoughts turned to what to wear, this time in the mind of the youthful Clarence Barnett, who pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing a pair of gloves, shirt and tie from a department store.
‘He’s out of work and was away from his parents. He is back with them again,’ said Counsel Mason Saunders.
The boy’s clergyman was in court to speak a good word, but counsel, without ecclesiastical vestments, had done so well, Magistrate Browne let it go at that and placed the boy on probation for one year.
If short of inspiration. A preacher feels perplexed, Just let him turn to this drab place, He’ll always find a text.
How many videos is this idiot gonna make on her?
And that person who exposed to last one was right. They are stealing!
“Golf Clubhouse Looted,” Toronto Globe. September 27, 1930. Page 14. ---- Chatham, Sept. 26. - Police are investigating in an effort to establish the identity of thieves who, last night, broke into the Chatham Golf Clubhouse, and stole articles valued at more than $200. Much of the loot included new clubs.
“Allen Gets Two Years,” Toronto Star. September 17, 1930. Page 03. ---- London, Sept. 16. - Chas. Allen of Waterloo St., former employee of the Shell Oil Co. here, who pleaded guilty to the theft of $1,800 in cash and cheques from the company, was sentenced by Police Magistrate T. W. Scandrett this morning to serve two years less a day in the Ontario Reformatory. Wm. D. Carrigan of Toronto, who was convicted of fraud in stock deals, drew a term of from one to two years in the reformatory.