Alpha Kinetix FRAUDULENT REPAIR CHARGES Pompano Beach, Florida – I brought my 1970 Marshall amplifier in for repairs in May of 2005, and over the years I paid him a total of $1500 deposits ( I have all the checks from the bank if you require them) because he said he did not have the resources to procure parts needed. By July 2010 I was sick of getting the runaround and told him to have my amp ready because I was going to come with the Sheriff. I picked up the amp in July and brought it back to Melbourne , and the amp blew up. I took the amp to another repairman and he stated under oath in Broward County Civil Court, that the only thing he could tell had been done to my amp in 5 years was the changing of $80 worth of tubes. I brought him to Small claims court and was awarded a judgment of $480 plus court costs with 6% interest, because the judge was rather dumb in technical matters, and actually lost my case for months in clerical errors, so who knows if she even remembered anything about the fraudulent repair charges of the case, and just looked at some figures (basically what the other technician charged me to REALLY fix the amp)and signed off on it on July 25th, 2019. He has refused to pay the total amount of $705.18 judgment, and he is now changing the name of his Fictitious Name registration at Sunbiz.org to Gary Phillips, Inc., probably in an attempt to escape any of his liabilities to this case, and probably others I have heard of from other Amplifier Parts Suppliers around the nation.. He may also be transferring property into his wife’s name that might be liable to forfeit. This is of course, illegal, and I may avail myself of further legal action in Civil Court should he not pay what the court has ordered. The Case # is : COCE-10-017223 the judge’s name was Lisa Von Tefs 54 The ordered and signed date was 07/25/2019 I am sick and tired of this whole affair, and I am getting more and more aggravated by the day. Mr. Phillips believes he can ignore all my efforts to bring him to account, and that I will relent at some point. I can assure him I will not. I will pursue this affair until he is held accountable. Further delay will only make the demand increase monetarily. I have already filed various judgment liens totaling $40, and I will also be filing liens in every county which Mr. Phillips owns real property, including out of state assets which will total an additional $500 after I take into account all the research, traveling, and fees I will incur in doing such.