Tyson Colour - Writer of books

Birmingham, England 0 comments

I WOULD NOT DEAL WITH THIS COMPANY AGAIN

Also a bad experience with Tony Guy concerning a delivery of books.Now working out of an office in Chester and using a company in Zagreb [GZH in Croatia, who incidentally have produced an excellent product for us].

I believe we were lied to at every stage, when we had delivery problems Guy and anyone else at TysonColour was uncontactable.

At one point he threatened to destroy the books we had bought and paid for (criminal damage?).He tried to charge us £120 for storage and delivery which I paid £60 for directly.

Tyson Colour

Sheffield, England 8 comments
Not resolved

Update by user Jun 05, 2013

I would strongly advise you don't use these people. The main director is Neill Stuart Malcolm John aka Tony Guy who works with Kevan Eveleigh, Clair Hunnisett and others - they will repeat will not supply your goods!!!! There are literally hundred's of UK and overseas customers who he has taken deposits from and not supplied the goods - check out Ambeck Corporation Ltd, Atlas Print Group on Pissed Consumer.

Original review posted by user Dec 14, 2012

Buyers beware, this company is affilliated and linked with Atlas Print Group or Ambeck Corporation Ltd - see pissed consumer website for further information on what Neill John aka Tony Guy has done in the past!!! You will not be disappointed if you read the reports on Atlas Print Group and buy your books/magazines from a reputable source instead.

These guyes run out of Cardiff normally, using Lithuanian Printers - they have links in Florida and the UK and it's about time Companies House and Trading Standards shut them down permanently, so no more innocent customers get ripped off both here and abroad.

Review about: Book Printing.

Comments

Anonymous
London, London, United Kingdom #841449

I've also been screwed over by Neill John.No freaking clue how he gets away with it - called the local district police hotline, trading standards authority, fraud service and all manner of other options but literally nobody seems to stop this guy.

He has an obvious paper trail, around 15 companies started one after the other, all closed within a few months after collecting enough deposits.

Total *** company, liar salesperson and bullshitter.

I should've been cautious when he offered a steep discount on certain goods, but instead thought it was a dream come true.Lost £2400+ with them last year.

This guy needs to be locked up.

Anonymous
#747500

tysonpress.co.uk is a scam.... Beware of the name neil, stuart, tony london printing press

Anonymous
#736619

Stuart / Tyson media is a scam be careful to this new modus scam in london www.tysonpress.co.uk

anon132404
Virginia Water, England, United Kingdom #660437

I would strongly advise you don't use these people. The main director is Neill Stuart Malcolm John aka Tony Guy who works with Kevan Eveleigh, Clair Hunnisett and others - they will repeat will not supply your goods!!!! There are literally hundred's of UK and overseas customers who he has taken deposits from and not supplied the goods - check out Ambeck Corporation Ltd, Atlas Print Group on Pissed Consumer.

Anonymous
to anon132404 #661050

who is the guy Stuart I have been dealing with.he seems very nice and honourable.

He assures me that I will get my magazines as promised.Do you really advise me to stay away, what happened to you exactly.

Anonymous
#660432

I have got a quote from Tyson printers from a guy called Stuart, is it advisable not to use them, as I am reading some really dodgy things about them. They want 50% up front, then will let me see finished product and before i get my 1000 copies have to pay the balance. Can anyone help.

Anonymous
to bing #837924

Absolutely NOT

Lost 2000 Pounds with them last year

Anonymous
to bing #837941

do not even try. first few jobs they make originally in a proper way, then they take prepayment 50% and leave you with nothing.

Neill John and Kevan already closed 19 companies like this one.

Not even clients didn't get their goods or refunds, suppliers lost hundreds of thousands GBP.

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