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Hi, First time on this Board. But im going to get right down to the point, DIRECT SHOPPING NETWORK or should I say "ARTS GARABEDIAN's DSN." is a Fraud!Beware, do not associate with them for any reason. They will sell you some awsome pieces but after they charge your c.c. at the same exact moment you say sold, kiss your money goodbye! I have been dealing with these criminals for years. You will not get your items, nor will they refund your monies. Uncle Arty already has it spent. And he, trust me has no intentions on shipping your pieces.

They just last year lost there contract with the dish companies and there so called live streaming, is old shows now.
I believe that ART knows what his plan is. That man is taking THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS FROM HIS CUSTOMERS FOR YEARS. But now UNCLE ARTY is in some deep deep trouble. His shows on the computer are now old shows from a year ago. He does not have what he is showing you. You wont get it. Plus your in for a hell of a fight to get any monies refunded. He ows me thousands of dollars that I worked my cute litl but off for.


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    Philpot Oct 28, 2016

    Did you get anywhere with finding him? Mom purchased what was supposed to be a Paraiba Tourmaline from DSN for $5, 000 many years ago. Just sent it to GIA for grading and it has no copper in it so not a Paraiba Tourmaline. Only worth $400, not $5, 000! I see tons of similar reports

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