I have had a terrible experience with a South African taxidermist. I went on two safaris and sent him five animals via my PH team. 1. The giraffe bull's hide was destroyed in tanning, which the taxidermist refunded. But then he swapped my very large skull with a visibly broken and healed horn from fighting, for a smaller skull with perfect horns on my euromount and didn't tell me. I didn't see the skull swap until delivery. 2. He swapped my 29 3/4" Waterbuck bull for a 28" one and didn't tell me. I didn't see this swap until delivery either. 3. He swapped my kudu for another and this I caught before he shipped it, and I made him refund it and refused to ship it, made it very clear that I had no interest in paying for taxidermy of an animal I didn't hunt. He blamed my PH and claimed he'd skinned the animal wrong, then I asked him why he didn't ship the flatskin rug that he claimed my PH had skinned the kudu for and he admitted that he'd lost it. 4. My cape buffalo cow shoulder mount is mine at least. The hide tanning job is lousy though and it appears to be a fraction of the size that it should be. 5. Who knows if the euromounted impala bull's skull and hide are mine or not. What really irks me is after I caught the kudu substitution before shipping and made it very clear that I would not accept any taxidermy that I didn't hunt, he had multiple opportunities to admit that he'd swapped the giraffe's skull and the waterbuck mount and didn't tell me. He didn't want to refund the money. So not only did I pay for taxidermy and not get my own animals, I incurred shipping costs. If he were in America I could sue him, but not overseas like he is. Is there any kind of licensing guild or organization for taxidermists in South Africa where I can lodge a formal complaint? Thank you.