Robin Kincaid - Career Con Man STILL Targeting Small Business Owners\u2028Down payments received, no products delivered.[November 20, 2017– Clarksville, TN] In 2014 and 2015 BBB of Middle Tennessee cautioned small business owners about the business practices of Robin Kincaid, a career con man who took down payments in advance from businesses for promotional products and was never heard from again. Reports show that Kincaid is back in the area and preying on local businesses again. A small business owner reported to BBB he gave Kincaid a $2000 down payment on promotional products and Kincaid vanished without a trace.Promote U, Next Steps, Next Step Graphics and Made 2 Order are all business names used by Kincaid. BBB complaints and documentation show Kincaid has taken over $10,000 from businesses in Tennessee, Kentucky and even Ohio. Kincaid has a long history in the Montgomery County Court System dating back to 2003 with charges filed against him for worthless checks, theft of property, removal/alteration of registration, financial responsibility, driving on revoked license and fugitive from justice. If you have had an unsatisfactory experience with Robin Kincaid, BBB of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky wants to hear from you, please contact Melanie Thompson at 931-503-2210 or mthompson@gobbb,org, or file a complaint at gobbb.org. BBB offers the following general advice:Research the company: Visit BBB.org to obtain information regarding the company’s BBB rating and marketplace performance. Google the company and business owner’s name to see what other people are saying about their service. Unresolved complaints and negative reviews from other consumers are a warning sign.Don’t Be Pressured Because of Price: Scammers often tell their victims that the pricing they are offering is “only good today”, don’t fall for it. If they are a legitimate business they will understand that you want to think about the purchase or consult with someone else before signing on the dotted line. Pay with a credit card: If you do not receive the product, your credit card issuer can assist you with the disputing the charges and getting your money back under the Fair Credit Billing Act. Keep documentation: Ask the business for a receipt or contract so you have proof of the transaction. ABOUT BBB:For more than 100 years, Better Business Bureau has been helping consumers find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. In 2016, consumers turned to BBB more than 224 million times for BBB Business Reviews on more than 5.3 million businesses and Charity Reports on 11,000 charities, all available for free at bbb.org.BBB Serving Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky, founded in 1961 and serving 38 counties in Middle Tennessee and 7 Southern Kentucky counties, is one of over 100 local, independent BBBs across the United States, Canada and Mexico.