Thursday, February 9, 2017

Tim Carroll's Phony Facebook Praise

If you've noticed Tim Carrol's, Carroll Custom Cadillac Facebook goes up and down like a see-saw.

Today after it came back online Carroll has posted what he must represent to be a positive email from a "Steven Fipps":
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The first thing you should wonder is if "Steven Fipps" is a real person?

Next, notice how he writes that he has "complete faith in your abilities and fortitude." then goes on to write that Carroll is "a man of [his] word" and is looking forward to the completion of whatever Carroll says he's doing to his 2002 STS.

Only a fool would listen to someone who hasn't went through the whole process with Carroll.

"Mr. Fipps," if he's even real, probably doesn't have a clue when he's going to get his Caddy back. He definitely doesn't know what shape it will be in when and if he does.

In my opinion, the "selfish, naive, ignorant, individuals" here is "Steven Fipps" and Tim Carroll. "Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!" ~ Prophet Isaiah.

Next a fellow, Scott T. McCarthy, from Wakefield, Massachusetts chimes in with what's in my opinion a very asinine comment,
"See Tim there are alot of good people who know who you REALLY ARE! Keep the faith!" 

Mr. McCarthy isn't qualified to make such a statement either. He's had no dealing with Carroll.  Indeed, just recently he was attempting to sell his Eldorado on Ebay and in its description clearly states that,
"The reason I am selling is it has 2 Blown Headgaskets, I was going to replace the engine and have some other custom work done by a company in Texas that specializes in Cadillacs! Unfortunately for me I would not be able to do this for a couple of years!"  
Then incredibly, goes on to recommend to whomever purchases it to use Carroll Custom Cadillac!

So be a smart fish. Do your research before you take the bait. Don't fall for Tim Carroll Tall Tales and the words of a few of his useful idiots.

All Tim Carroll is selling is a dream that quickly turns into a nightmare.

UPDATE 10 May 2017: Carroll has deleted this Facebook post! This is just another example of his deceptiveness.

1 comment:

  1. Thank You for Exposing this Fraud Before I Sent My 2001 Cadillac Eldorado ETC TO Carroll Custom Cadillac for an Estimated $15,000 To Replace The engine and Other Work! The owner tried to get me to send the car to him in Texas when I had the $1,800 to ship it to him even though I did Not have the money to complete the work The owner then said that he Would do the work in exchange for allowing him to use my car to showcase the skills and Workmanship of his Company! Thank God I Didnt have the money to ship it to him ! Thank You Ed for exposing this fraud before I sent my car to him!