In January 2014, I asked Michael Raven if he could make an engagement ring for me. He said he would be honored to and promised me an amazing ring for the price I was prepared to pay. I gave Michael Raven 4 payments totaling $4,050.00 to make an engagement ring for my girlfriend. After the last payment in March 2014, he started giving me excuses that his mom was sick and he couldn’t finish the ring in time. This went on for 2 months of him ignoring my phone calls and texts. I finally told him that I couldn’t wait any longer because I was planning on proposing to my girlfriend but needed a ring to do so. I asked him to just mail me the unfinished ring in pieces so that I could have it finished here. I also told him that once I had the pieces, I would still pay him the full price that we had discussed dispite all his excuses and delays. I haven’t heard from him since. Please don’t give him a dime! He will gladly take your money, promise you the world, and give you nothing in return but excuses! I ended up just buying a $1900 dollar ring in June 2014 from the Shane Company and me and my Fiancé are happy to just be done with Michael Raven and are excited for the future to come! I just hope that Michael never gets the chance to steal from anyone ever again. He is a horrible person and deserves to be thrown in jail for all of the people he has hurt!
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