NYC Man Facing FED Charges After Threatening App Company With “Las Vegas Repeat”

When you have a customer service concern, you should always feel free to express your displeasure. After all, its your money. But you should make sure not to throw out words like “decapitation” and “assassination”.

Also, please don’t tell employees to pre-plan their family members’ funerals.

And you should definitely not mention anything about Las Vegas, especially these days.

Somebody forgot to tell that to Victor Casillas, 34, a Manhattan man who is now looking at federal charges accusing him of going all the way the hell off on employees of a Denver, Colorado-based app company, Ibotta.

Employees told police they began receiving death threat-emails from Casillas after his account was shut down due to the company suspecting Casillas was fraudulently using his own account and other, allegedly made-up accounts in order to defraud money from the company.

The company claims it offered Casillas $40 to settle his original customer service complaint, but he wouldn’t go away.

In his last email to the company, Casillas allegedly wrote:

“GET READY FOR A LAS VEGAS REPEAT (Final Warning).”

“A–HOLES . . . WELL GET READY 4 LAS VEGaspart2….MAYBE TODAY YOU WILL MEET YOU MAKER.”

According to the New York Daily News, Casillas was arrested Tuesday and faces up to 20 years in federal prison if convicted of the terror charges.

Hopefully, he pleads insanity. It sounds like he might be successful.

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