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I am writing to report a fraudulent act done by Kirmani International, a clothing and footwear company based in Bangladesh. On February 17th, 2015, I sent an email stating that I would like to order 6 pairs of item number SHIBA, customized slippers with monogram/logo. I received a reply saying that they can accept payment through Western Union and for 6 pairs the price would be 600.00 Euro. I replied stating that I will send a payment in US dollars of $683. I also asked if sending a pair of my monogram/logo velvet slippers would help to give them a better indication of my size. The company replied yes. They sent a form for me to fill out and asked me to send my U.S. size and an outline image of my feet. I sent the information they requested, a pair of my monogram/logo velvet slippers, worth $400 as well as the Western Union transfer of $683.00. Kirmani International confirmed receipt of the items and payment. When the company informed me that the slippers were ready to be shipped, I was told that I would need to make a payment of $250 USD for shipping. I sent the shipping payment and Kirmani International confirmed that payment was received. As of today, June 29, 2015, 4 months later, I have never received my order of 6 pairs of monogram/logo slippers. I have made several attempts to contact Kirmani International by telephone and email and have not received any replies.Show more