- Bruce S
- 8 years ago
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About the Business:
Nostalgia-Plus, Inc. is a Auction house located at 2982 S Whiting Way, Southeast, Denver, Colorado 80231, US.
The business is listed under auction house, appraiser, liquidator, estate appraiser, estate liquidator category. It has received 3 reviews with an average rating of 1 stars.
- Bruce S
- 8 years ago
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"I highly recommend that anyone reading this NOT use David Osborne for an estate sale. I made the mistake of employing him to conduct an estate sale of my mother’s household goods, and months later, I have yet to receive a penny from David Osborne, even after my lawyer contacted him and asked for an update on the estate. David told my lawyer that he had sent a check to me. That was November . The check never arrived. On July 6, , I signed the Exclusive Sales Representative Agreement David provided, and I was looking forward to sales of between $K as David had estimated. I heard nothing from David until I emailed him on or about September 6 to ask about the status of the sales. David wrote, “Sales to date are about $4, net. The remainder will be sold at auction Oct at our antique auction. Should be around another $2, or so net.” I was shocked at the difference between $K gross and approximately $6K net. I responded, “I am surprised by the net sales. As I recall, when we sat in Mom’s living room, you estimated the sales at $K gross. Why do you think the figures are so far apart?” According to my email records, David did not respond to my query. After consulting with the estate lawyer, I followed-up with an email Thursday, September , , which read, “In my last email, I asked about reasons for the gap between your estimated sales of $K and the $6K you now expect. As I recalled, you said that you kept a list of everything sold and what it sold for. I would like to see that list. Anything that would help me explain the gap between estimated sales and realized sales would be helpful. Thanks.” On the same day, David responded by email, “Will send Monday or Tuesday with analysis of sales to date.” I waited for the “analysis of sales to date” that David promised, but it never came. In a telephone conversation with the estate lawyer, David said that he had emailed me a packet of receipts and a check, but the estate lawyer told David I never received it, and counseled David to either fax the receipts to him or email scans of the documents to me with a copy to the lawyer. Neither I nor the estate lawyer has received anything from David about the sale since the lawyer’s November , email to him. David also left household goods in my mother’s garage, even though he said that he would dispose of them. In short, David misrepresented himself and still owes the estate money."