My Texas Smile

My Texas Smile Review

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Published: 29 July 2017

Posted by: Anonymously

In February2013, I consigned with Gayla Allen of My Texas Smile to sell my merchandise (apparel). She did not have a contract so I submitted a contract to her that she accepted/signed on 2/25/2013. In December 2013, I notified Gayla that we had made a quick decision to relocate due to work and faced with family illness it did not allow me the time to advise her sooner. I also advised her I still had the key to her place of business and my forwarding address. We needed to settle the return/purchase of the remaining merchandise and the commissions owed from sold items. I received no response. I contacted her again in Jan 13, 2014, I received an email back indicating that she had sold My Texas Smile. When I questioned the sale of My Texas smile with my merchandise (she had not notified me of the sale) a few days later she emailed me to say she had my merchandise and would I take a pair of jeans from her new business venture CocaBang as payment for the commission owed.When I declined her offer is when I started receiving rude/harassing emails demanding I send her the contract to show proof of signatures, inventory list and accusations of not providing accurate information. The information I have sent to her has been documents that I created for the sole purpose of consigning my merchandise in her business. All documents were sent to Mrs. Allen for approval. The only document that she provide me was a document dated March 2013 that I had never seen before and it is written as a document that I wrote to her with her signature as a “rec’d by”. I have tried numerous times to work with Mrs. Allen to resolve this issue. I offered her a 10% “good will” discount. She accepted on 4/22/2014. On April 25,2014 I received an email from Larry Allen (email address removed by admin), signed Larry, Accounts Payable advising me he had returned my merchandise and transferred $93 to a PayPal account listed to my email account. I replied to Larry at accounts payable that he transferred to a PayPal account that my email is only used for notifications. I do not own the account nor do I have access to the bank accounts it is connected to. My return email actually went to “(email address removed by admin) (email address removed by admin)”. Larry Allen is Gayla husband. I returned his email as advising him that any response from him will be deemed as harassment. Based on I was advised from Gayla that she had sold My Texas smile. Gayla has been less then professional in her emails and now Larry Allen has decided to use his bullying tactics to force me into a new agreement that I did not agree to. This taking place after Gayla has accepted an agreement. Gayla Allen honor the invoice she accepted 4/22/1014 in the amount of $205.20 .

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