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Owner of Sneaker Consignment Store Shuts Down While Owing Thousands to Customers

Please be careful when dealing with smaller sneaker consignment stores, and here’s a perfect example of why.

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Owner of a sneaker consignment store called Pound For Pound located in Phoenix, Arizona has shut down while still owing thousands of dollars to sneakerheads. The “scumbag” owner apparently has left town without paying multiple sellers what their owed.

You can get a better understanding of the full store from the video below. Let us know what you guys think of this matter in the comments section.

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