Monday, June 19, 2017

UPDATED Texas Fraudster Tim Carroll Caught Lying About 1966 Cadillac Coupe Photo

Recently, Tim Carroll/Carroll Custom Cadillac, 3355 Rooster Lane, Princeton, Texas, "updated their cover photo," on Facebook, to a photo of a 1966 Cadillac Coupe.

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In a comment dated 24 September 2012, Carroll writes: "Yes, this same Cadillac is in my back yard! How beautiful is that?" In another comment dated 04 February 2013, Carroll writes that it's a "'1965 Coupe Deville with a 429." I guess Carroll didn't read the Barrett-Jackson description because they note that it's 1966 Coupe DeVille with a 425.

However, a simple Google Image Search of the photo in question reveals that it was likely first posted to the Internet back in 2009 on the Barrett-Jackson website where it was being auctioned off in Palm Beach, Florida.

This same photo has also been uploaded to various Pinterest accounts, under various descriptions.

Of course this Cadillac was never in Tim Carroll's "back yard." If it was then why didn't he take his own photographs? Why download a photograph from off the Internet and attempt to pass it off as your own? This is just another example of how you can't believe or trust anything Tim Carroll says.

UPDATED 30 June 2017 1621 CDT
Today, Tim Carroll apparently found this post for the first time or finally chose to respond to it.

First, Carroll left one of his classic addle-brained comments which he promptly deleted.

Fortunately, VTC&CCC receives an email of each comment as they are posted. His comment is copied and pasted in the comments section below.

Screen shot of the comment email. Click picture to enlarge:

Next, Carroll took to the CCC Facebook where he posted another bunch of nonsense.

From what I can gather from this, Carroll's latest wackiness, is another failed attempt of his to manufacture an excuse, this time from the definition of the word "same."

While it's true that "same" can mean "alike" or "duplicate" it can also mean "exactly like" or "one and the same." One must look at the context it was used in order to form an opinion as to what exactly the writer meant by its use.

In Carroll's comment of 24 September 2012 at 4:45 pm, he wrote: "Yes, this same Cadillac is in my back yard! How beautiful is that?" Emphasis added.

It must be noted that Carroll wrote this comment to no one in particular.

The point is, how could any reasonable minded person read the comment and not interpret it that Carroll meant that "this same Cadillac [that's in the picture here] is in my back yard!"?

Carroll could have just as easily wrote that "This picture I found on the Barrett-Jackson website is of another Cadillac that I want mine to be like." Carroll, however, didn't do that. In my opinion, based upon personal first hand knowledge he didn't because everything that Tim Carroll does is based upon deception and to deceive.

Turning now to Carroll's Facebook post:
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The text of Carroll's post isn't really worth addressing any further than what I already have in this update.

I will comment on the series of six photographs that Carroll placed in the post. The photo's are of some old camper with a car hauler attached with an old Cadillac sitting on the car hauler. 

Clearly, Carroll's posting of these photographs prove nothing. This could be anyone's car he was hauling around. They do not prove that this Caddy ever belonged to Tim Carroll.

You really need to do your due diligence before you get involved with this person. Ask to see his business license. Ask to see his insurance and phone the insurer to make sure it is valid and in force. Ask for his business Tax ID Number. Ask for (more than one) references and call them. If you have Facebook message people who've left comments that seem to have been customers of his and ask them what happened.

Explore every page of the website and you'll find lots of instances of content and claims that just don't add up.

Ask yourself, is this how a normal person would do business? Is this how you would do business?

Don't get Tim Carroll'd. It's not a fun place to be.

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Tim Carroll To Deliver My Eldo at "Front Door" Part 2

Hello again; Your friendly blogger here. You might want to read Part 1. Out of the blue, on Tuesday afternoon, 30 May 2017, I received the following two emails from Tim Carroll, front man of the Carroll Carroll Custom Cadillac scheme. I wasn't inside at the time that Carroll sent them or I would have replied quicker.
From: Carroll Custom Cadillac
Sent: Tuesday, May 30, 2017 17:03
To: Ed Hepner
Subject: ASS!

I have been planning my closing since 2015 and you did nothing to interfere with it except keeping me telling the truth?

Now your alone! You have nothing left to chase to make a name for your sickness!~ I am exiting all this, but I plan to see you soon !

I am arranging all cars to be taken out of here, but yours I plan to deliver in person! You will stand before me and explain yourself in detail before I render a verdict for you? NO man has the right to do what you have done an not given the chance to explain, I will give you that.

I am pulling your car out tonight to bring to you!

I am not sure when I am heading to you, but it will be made live.
For some reason or other, Carroll has always had my surname mispelt in his emails. My initial thoughts were Yeah, yeah, yeah, I've heard this before.

Then I thought, get a load of this guy saying that he's coming to my house and that I will stand before him and explain myself in detail before Carroll renders a verdict for me.

A verdict? Really? I suppose Carroll's intent was to terrify me?

I didn't reply to this email because there was a second newer email:
From: Carroll Custom Cadillac
Sent: Tuesday, May 30, 2017 17:25
To: Ed Hepner
Subject: On my way!

Loading up your car now!

This one I did reply to:
From: chevail at .
Sent: Tuesday, May 30, 2017 18:50
To: Carroll Custom Cadillac
Subject: Re: On my way!

it better be running and in the condition that I paid you for. I have camera's too.

Here it is going on 20 days later and Tim Carroll still hasn't shown up at my house.

Unbeknownst to me at the time, at 1649 CDT, shortly before Carroll sent the two emails he made the following post to the CCC Facebook:

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Notice how Carroll allowed the location of Princeton, TX, to be included with this post, when normally he doesn't include location information.

Carroll published his Facebook post at 1649, and fifteen minutes later sent me the first email.

I guess when I didn't reply quick enough, he sent the "On my way!" email 24 minutes later.

I can't swear to it, but I'm pretty sure that I didn't see this Facebook post until the next day. I am sure that when I did see the post, I thought that it was after the fact (after 30 May), due to Carroll's statement that he's going to turn my Caddy over to the Collin County Sheriff's Office.

Of course it's yet another Carroll lie that my Eldorado is ready for me to retrieve because Carroll has never completed the repairs and modifications for which he was paid in full.

Carroll is lying about turning it over to the Sheriff too, because he can't. Like I said, he's been paid in full for a job that he refuses to complete.

What's more, Carroll refuses to give me an accounting for the money that I've paid him and an accounting of the condition of my Cadillac.

So what's Carroll going to tell the Sheriff? If Carroll tells the Sheriff the truth and we all know Tim Carroll avoids the truth like a vampire avoids sunlight, they should instantly arrest him.

If Carroll tells them anything else it would be a lie and in my opinion the equivalent of making a false police report. Who knows, there could also be some other criminal liability in there too such as, filing a false public record/injuring a public record.

I know that the Collin County Sheriff has been contacted by at least three Victims regarding Carroll's suspicious activity.

It follows that they should be, must be, aware that something's not right at 3355 Rooster Lane and if the Sheriff's Office hauls my Caddy off without doing their due diligence, I'd seriously consider suing them. At least it'd get the Sheriff's and his lawyers attention.