Hey guys..... If you want to pay some guy (SCS) to fly to (must not have read half of the posts and guess he can't figure out where he'd be flying into yet) Pensacola Florida, I say go for it.
I have had indirect contact with Darren through a mutual friend. For what it is worth..... and remember this is second hand information. Darren apparently still has a bunch of guitars and bodies laying around. I have asked that the request to contact Jemsite and his customers be given to him several times, and feel confident it has been passed on. I'm still personally trying to meet him and get the message across of just how critical this situation is. As stated to some of the principals in this whole deal thru PM's..... lets take our time and be patient. I know that's a tough thing to do if your out money plus a guitar.
I would hope that my earlier posts would have given you some legal options to follow. But if you feel the need to send someone who's "interests" seem to be motivated by what appears to be "business" related. Again, go for it. Like what..... he'd come down here and "just take" you guitars back??? More likely he'd end up in the Escambia County jail and you'd still be without your beloved guitars. And then he'd be requesting more of your hard earned money for legal fees incurred on "your behalf".
I assure you Darren is still in town and has recently gotten back into hanging out with some local musicians. Now we're trying to get him motivated to complete these projects and contact his customers.
O.K. you ask my personal interest..... absolutely none, other than I live close to Pensacola, hate to feel or get ripped off, and hate to see it happen to others.
On the other hand..... have SCS fly in, "play" tough guy, and if....yeah, if.... he even gets anywhere with his "adventure", you could spend more of your hard earned cash and let him swirl your guitars too! Just because Darren has been playing fast and loose as a business man..... he's still the "artist" you chose based on his quality work. Sorry SCS if this pisses you, but I just call it like I see it. And contrary to your last comment some of are trying to get this resolved...... just not with "strong arm" or "redneck" tactics.
Again, if you feel you have exhausted all avenues and have been "ripped off" then you'd need to contact the Escambia County Sheriff's Office at (850) 436-9630 to file a criminal complaint. Or, if any of these transactions took place via the US mail or wire (ie. fund transfer)..... contact your local FBI office.
PM me if you have any questions.
I won't charge you a damn penny!