I paid $200 for a necklace in July 2017, that I never received. It has been one excuse after another….moving, storm, re-setting up her work space. When I finally asked for a refund, my item had been miraculously mailed that day! I was given a tracking number, which never entered the USPS mail system. I was told to be patient, it might show up. Right. Then I got a burst of communication around November 2017, assuring me I was going to be taken care of. I was given a phone number, encouraged to call or text. Like a fool, I texted the number, and of course, got zero response. I am saddened to find out what happened to me, has happened to so many others! Shame on you, Eliza Gomez!
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