TULSA-- “It’s his property and I want it back,” said son of CompuKing victim, Derrick.
It’s been three weeks since Derrick said his 81 year-old father last saw his computer, before dropping it off for repair at CompuKing.
He said his dad tried contacting the company, but never heard back.
"He had the note on the door, he called the number, he can’t figure out what’s going on,” said Derrick.
The business now has a note on the door saying “closed until further notice." But 2 Works For You found out, Derrick’s father isn’t the only person waiting to get their computer back.
“We did Google Reviews online and there’s tons of reviews, there’s tons of people, he’s not the only one,” said Derrick.
2 Works For You was the first to notify the Better Business Bureau about the issue. They said they’ve reached out to the owner, Mike Wagner, to find out if CompuKing is still in business, but they haven’t heard back. 2 Works For You also attempted contacting Wagner, but didn’t get a response.
“It’s very concerning, I mean I just hope it doesn’t, I hope they get caught,” said Derrick.
Derrick said he plans on filing a civil court compliant against CompuKing. He said he’s still hoping the company will call his dad to schedule a pick up.
“He’s just really innocent in the whole thing, he trusted them with his computer and they apparently are out of business but they should at least give him a call back and give him his computer back,” said Derrick.
2 Works For You contacted the building space owner, Paul Properties, to find out if CompuKing is behind on rent. They said they don’t wish to disclose that information at this time. The BBB is encouraging customers to reach out to them as they continue their investigation. (918) 492-1266.
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