Aug. 2013 I ordered and paid $153.00 for a pair of custom painted Converse from Amador Molina’s Etsy shop Noahs Art Customs. We communicated with messages back and forth through Etsy. He let me know he was excited to work on the shoes, made sure he knew exactly how I wanted them to look, and let me know it would be a few weeks before I would get them. Knowing the shoes were hand painted, I patiently waited. After not hearing anything for 3 weeks I tried to message him again and again but never got a response. I had a phone number for him so I called and he answered. He told me that he had finished and sent my shoes but they were delivered to the wrong address. He said he would make me another pair and send them out in about a week. I never got the shoes and now he would not answer my calls. I tried calling from another number and he answered. Now he is telling me he will just send me a refund through Paypal (paypal is how I originally paid him). The refund was never sent. I waited too long and was not able to get my money back through Paypal but I was able to get his Esty shop shut down. I have seen that he is still selling shoes online and it makes me sick. I hope that people do their research and don’t become another one of his victims like me.
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