Handmade Tiffany & Co
“My shop sells genuine hand made products that are made from raw materials sourced from remote parts of Thailand from local villages and their markets and businesses. ” Um, yeah.
fake vintage glasses etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/comeuppances
etsy glasses: http://www.etsy.com/listing/27967943/vintage-tortoiseshell-eyeglasses
etsy seller feedback: http://www.etsy.com/people/comeuppances/feedback?page=1
“The glasses do not appear vintage at all. Cheap and Fake. The story behind them is as fraudulent as the seller. Bad APPLE! Buyers Beware!”
“Unfortunately very disappointed. I received a pair of glasses that were of very poor quality and did not appear to be authentic vintage. (Not to mention the status of the item was never changed so I didn’t know if it had been shipped) After emailing comeuppances about my dissatisfaction, as well as shipping the glasses back, all I received was a note from the seller assuring me that the glasses were in fact vintage. I understand that a seller may choose not to issue refunds, or in comeuppance’s case only issue them if the item is misrepresented; however, if a customer is unsatisfied and feels that the item was misrepresented, I believe a refund is due… otherwise it’s just bad business.”
“Unfortunately, these were not the vintage glasses I thought they were going to be (in fact, they were Forever 21). However, the seller dealt with the issue promptly and professionally.”
“I was hoping to put prescription lenses in these glasses, but they are a much cheaper quality than I was expecting, so I won’t be wasting money doing that.”
“The glasses I got aren’t actually vintage even though I specifically asked if they were before buying them. They are cheap plasticy and probably made in china and bought in bulk and sold on etsy. the first pair i ordered never came, and i had to wait a month for a replacement to be sent. i’m probably just going to end up throwing these away cause they’re not worth spending the money to put my prescription in. be cautious.”
Hi, I absolutely love your website. I found it recently and have been there several times.
I have some information that I think you might enjoy. I also think it may possibly be linked to someone you previously wrote about “shadejewelry” because all the pegs seem to fit into place. I am not saying it is so, but it sure seems like it could be because it would explain the non deliveries and late shipping complaints on your blog entry replies. Not to mention that the name Shade pops up in both cases.
Here is a site that has a buch of etsy members products for sale as well as other items..
There they have my own hand faceted seaglass listed FOR SALE without my permission.
and here it is in my own shop
I raised the price so if they sell it, they will have to pay me more than their asking price. hahaha revenge can be so sweet sometimes.
This person has done this with other etsy sellers items as well.
Here is some info that is supposedly about this person which I was sent from another etsy member who was also hjacked by them.
I have info from several people on etsy who say that this is fraud. here is the info about this woman:
Here’s her facebook:
She has an etsy site, I’d definitely complain to them, too: www.etsy.com/people/ksduffin
Domain is registered through GoDaddy to:
shade duffin, kymberly firstname.lastname@example.org
seven thousand islands
112 n johnson rd
sterling, Virginia 20164
Hosting nameserver is CORECOMMERCE.COM
Support: 1.888.221.6019Kymberly Shade Duffin ..Share..
Your readers seem to be awesome researchers so I thought that if you got your hands on this info and the two are indeed linked, you would be the one who could prove it.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read my ramblings.
sandchica at etsy