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I did, thanks. The post I saw with the PSA didn't have any mention of the shop name. Found another PSA from earlier and got the info.
post #10247 of 18885
The sale items for EG are basically sold out and have been for a few days. But, it doesn't hurt to call.
post #10248 of 18885
Robert Jones was the name of the store. They had some loafers as of a few days ago.
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Edited by thebeebs - 7/21/14 at 2:18pm
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^^ Uh oh...I just wired him $2k.


Kidding. How could someone take advantage of our love of shoes and our inability to not buy them? Some people.
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Dayum, 5 year long game down the toilet...
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Dayum, 5 year long game down the toilet...
Jordi??? Is that you???
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Isa claim da 5th biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
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Guys, what is going on with the "scam" thing?

@thebeebs I just received the same message from member @dijor, why are you saying he's a scammer? He's a cool guy as far as I know, with a good feedback here.

How can he scam you or anyone else in the first place? If you don't receive the shoes you can start the paypal dispute, if he scams several of us, paypal will lock him down. What's the point of your post calling him a scam person?


 

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I posted that bc I got a very strange email, totally unsolicited, as you were able to see for yourself.

 

I never asked for anyone to proxy me a pair of shoes or anything of the sort.  in any event, i deleted my earlier post to give this fellow the benefit of the doubt, but it seemed very strange.  that's all.  i don't have it out for anyone on this thread.

post #10256 of 18885

Well, he's far from a scammer as far as I know!

I even have his cell phone number. He's a great guy. He was reading this Thread and wanted to proxy the shoes for some of the members interested as there was a talking about it lately.

I don't want to speak in his name, but I was shocked when I read that.

You should defenitely wrote in the post here who are you referring to. This way anyone who received the message from @dijor might thought that the guy is a scammer with no certain reason.
 

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Quick question:

http://leffot.com/shop/index.php/shoes/edward-green/chelsea-dark-oak.html

Here, EG Dark Oak looks almost reddish burgundy. I want a burgundy colored shoe but am looking for something darker and more understated than some of the brighter red shoes that are marketed as "burgundy." Since I'm a bit RG colorblind.. could anyone let me know if they think the Dark Oak color is a straight up dark brown or if it has that burgundy tint to it that I see in the picture?
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Originally Posted by Nikola View Post
 

Guys, what is going on with the "scam" thing?

@thebeebs I just received the same message from member @dijor, why are you saying he's a scammer? He's a cool guy as far as I know, with a good feedback here.

How can he scam you or anyone else in the first place? If you don't receive the shoes you can start the paypal dispute, if he scams several of us, paypal will lock him down. What's the point of your post calling him a scam person?


 

i got an unsolicited message from jordi too, but i told him i don't need a proxy because i live in london 

post #10259 of 18885

@Jsoftz There are no rules basically. The shade of leather may differ greatly from batch to batch. I experienced the same thing with John Lobb shoes. So, you may receive the Dark Oak leather in shades from Burnt Pine to Almost reddish brown ..

I remember when I ordered the Crockett Jones brown suede shoes and mathcing brown suede belt. Belt came in a several shades darker color. Glad it was not the opposite.

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Originally Posted by Jsoftz View Post

Quick question:

http://leffot.com/shop/index.php/shoes/edward-green/chelsea-dark-oak.html

Here, EG Dark Oak looks almost reddish burgundy. I want a burgundy colored shoe but am looking for something darker and more understated than some of the brighter red shoes that are marketed as "burgundy." Since I'm a bit RG colorblind.. could anyone let me know if they think the Dark Oak color is a straight up dark brown or if it has that burgundy tint to it that I see in the picture?

Dark Oak can vary. With that said, I'm not sure anyone would ever classify it as reddish or burgundy.
Doak is a medium brown. Sometimes runs of Doak are darker, but it is mostly a medium brown.
Sounds like you might be looking for Nightshade - a darker burgundy than burgundy antique (with purple-ish hues).
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