I think you should treat this as a criminal case. You may or may not get your jacket (or your money back), but you'll have to work on this as though your money has been stolen. All the excuses that were given before -- Korean holidays, Dan's father dying, bad inventory system, etc -- were pretty much excuses. From what I've seen, it's pretty clear he took ToJ money, invested it in Libertine, and hasn't been able to get the return he expected. Thus, no money = no jacket production and/ or refunds.
I was thinking of getting in contact with some collection agencies, since everything so far has led to nothing.
Would most people still waiting for orders be willing to accept cents on the dollar back if a collection agency can get at drew?
I am one of around 400 individuals who made an order from an online clothing company that has failed to have been delivered after two years. The company has failed to deliver approximately $300,000 USD worth of goods to the buyers. The owner and the company is based in Seoul, South Korea. The owner has stopped responding to all customers for the last three months after continued failed promises to deliver on the goods. Would <<COMPANY NAME>> be able to represent myself and others in collection of a refund? What would the fees be? I do not represent the entire collective, however I believe the majority of the other customers would be willing to join any action that is likely to result in (partial) restoration of their money. Kind regards