WHOLESALE HEAVENDon't fall in trap

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Beware of Wholesale Heaven scam.
They operate wholesaleheaven.us and their email address is [protected]@wholesaleheaven.us and their address is 52 Skylark Drive
Woodbridge, Ontario L4H 2C4 - Canada.

They take your money and never ship the item and never refund you. Someone named Brenda Kjiersdam is the contact person.

DON'T FALL IN TRAP.

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  • Tr
    trademark Nov 01, 2012
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    Some websites list Brenda Kjiersdam as an employee of Wayne Trademark. She does not, nor has she ever worked at Wayne Trademark, and I have no idea how this came about. Wayne Trademark is a Industrial Label Manufacturer located in High Point, NC and she has no connections with this company.
    Mike Hodge
    Website Development
    Wayne Trademark

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  • Ka
    karves May 31, 2011

    Hi,
    In case you want to find her. You can call her work place. Here is the website for it
    https://www.waynetrademark.com/
    I almost got scammed by her but luckily I found out where she works and call her office for my money back.

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  • Md
    mdnc Mar 20, 2011
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    agreed. there prices are well below the manufacturer prices which suggest that they are fraud

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