Report: #1502250

Complaint Review: shoplarage -

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  • Reported By: martin — westminster Colorado United States
  • shoplarage China

shoplarage Spent $69.00 for an inferior mask

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Shoplarage, near Halloween, advertized very cool masks that were nearly alike to real creatures such as wolves, a cat, dog etc. with fur and movable mouth. They also would add paws and a tail for additional cost. I purchased the black cat mask as it really looked good. What I recieved, however, was an inferior rubber mask, no fur, no opening mouth that smelled like toxic chemicals. I did not get paws but only a cheap tail with an alligator clip to put it on with.

The mask would hardly fit a child! I could probably go to my local costume shop and pay $5 for this, even if i wanted an inferior piece of crap.  Refunds are out of the question as I got this item outside their '14 day' refund window. BUYER BEWARE AND DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM THESE PEOPLE!

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