22 Bond St. Los Angeles California Review

My briefly wife went to this high-end furniture store 11/24. She associated with Tav Kaekul, acting as sales person for 22 Bond Street or designer/agent, Tav Designs. nShe had Tav Kaekul set aside a variety of items she was mildly interested in. In the high-end retail world, setting aside products for contemplation is the universally accepted standard operating procdure. She was clear she needed my authorization and I had not seen anything. She left Tav my ccard data so she could ask my permission first, but told him not to charge anything until I authorized anything. He accepted. There was absolutely no goods taken from the store, receipts/slips/charges signed, deposits/layaway agreements made. nLater on 11/24 she called him to tell him not to charge anything and if she was going to buy anything, she would come back with her own credit card. nMonday 11/26 there was over $1900 charged to my credit card by 22 Bond Street, by Tav Kaekul; despite him telling her he would not do it. He told her later via the phone he would refund it, and she said she would possibly come back to the store a reconsider buying things. nWednesday 11/28 I called him asking about the refund to my credit card. He absolutely acknowledged I did not sign anything. He said “My boss is waiting for your wife to come back and buy it””. I told him it was her decision as she had her own job


money; but I didn’t want it he had no authorization. I told him I was sending an email (10:30AM) again requesting it. and he said he would reply to email. nWednesday 11/28 (1:30PM) I called again He said they were not refunding the money. I reminded him he had no authorization to use my credit card

that I never made any purchase

and he told me to file a complaint with my bank. I told him I was coming to the store in order to get a copy of any authorization they felt they had. When I got to the store (2:30PM)

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