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17/08/2011 2:46 am  

Hi all
I just wonder if anybody has had dealings with Bryan Moore from www.arkham-studios.com? I ordered a Crowley bronze figure from him four months ago. No delivery, endless excuses and now not answering my emails.

I just wonder if people here have dealt with him because at the moment things look grim for me.

Any help or advice appreciated.


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michaelclarke18
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17/08/2011 10:35 am  

The piece looks really nice - I would be tempted to send it to a foundry to get it cast in REAL bronze.

If you used paypal you should be able to get the money back - just raise a complaint.


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Mazus
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17/08/2011 8:44 pm  

I thought long and hard before replying to this. I think that it was more about me not wanting to believe that I'd been had by this guy. But I have.

I also ordered a statue from this guy months and months ago. He was initially quite communicative, then excuses about being too busy, moving and so on. As I got more assertive with him he just ignored my emails. Now I have been done to the tune of about $300US. I paid via paypal however with his continued assurances he ran it past the 45 day cutoff and its not possible to lodge a dispute now. I foolishly believed him.

A surf of the net finds that he has done this before, so it appears that he is a ripoff merchant for the unsuspecting or the gullible. Not sure where I fit!

Please be aware of this guy's tactics. He is bad n


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17/08/2011 9:00 pm  

That's a shame. I bought one when they were first released and am very fond of it.

A Google search brings up enough to recommend caution, though.

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 Anonymous
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17/08/2011 11:17 pm  

Thank you for the comments to those who have. Like the other poor person I was too late to lodge a complaint with paypal. I believed him. This would seem to be his tactic. Its a lesson hard learnt. The money, like all money, was hard worked for and to have it just thieved like this sort of almost makes you forget that the vast vast majority of people are decent. He is not one of them obviously.

Hopefully this will educate people about this guy's business model.

Shame on him.


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michaelclarke18
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18/08/2011 4:37 pm  

I actually sent a ''test'' email to him enquiring about an Aleister Crowley cast that I wished to buy. No reply as yet - I get the impression he is no longer trading.


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Mazus
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18/08/2011 8:01 pm  

Please let us know if you get a reply. He appears to be updating his website from what I can see. I'd be interested to see if he replies. If he does you might want to quiz him about the comments here?


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19/08/2011 9:43 pm  

I will...but still no reply today.


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20/08/2011 1:45 am  

I dropped him a mail when this discussion started - with a link to the Thread and informed him what was being discussed

I had a reply the next morning, thanking me for passing on the info and stating that he was trying to rectify the situation ASAP

his website also mention having had some problems and acknowledges a backlog of Orders.

(FWIW - i dont know the guy and have never had any dealings with him, he does some nice work though )


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20/08/2011 3:53 am  

Thanks for that information davyp93. Unfortunately his rectifying ASAP hasn't resulted in an email to me. I wonder if others have heard from him? I am interested to see that you got an immediate reply whereas my last contact with him was well over a month ago with me emailing him both from personal email and via his site on many many occasions. It is at least interesting to see that his web site mail works so he would have gotten mine by this method. He obviously believes that these types of discussions and forums are of no concern to him.

Thank you for the info however.


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23/08/2011 8:11 pm  

I trust that people who have emailed Arkham haven't heard back?

Just for the record I have heard nothing from him despite him trying to sort things out ASAP.

Any help, or indication that he is there is appreciated. Thanks.


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michaelclarke18
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23/08/2011 8:58 pm  

I haven't heard anything.


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AdoniaZanoni
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23/08/2011 10:52 pm  

I doubt you will hear from Bryan Moore, he ripped this person off in May of 2010 of $135. See link below. You should always do a web search on the seller before risking it.

http://www.darksites.com/arkham-studios-com/

It states “Do NOT buy anything from Arkham Studios, its proprietors, Bryan Moore and Heather Saenz are thieves. I ordered a Cthulhu statue for over $135 last September, which I was told would take four weeks to deliver. They subsequently put me off with tales of moving woes and other fantasies until PayPal’s 45 day dispute period had passed and then stopped responding to my emails entirely. I never received my statue and I’ve never gotten a refund. These people s.”

Like I said before in the Typhonian Trilogies thread call Pay Pal even after the 45 days and complain that this person is conning others. This will at least eliminate the person from having a pay pal account. Provide his name and all the details e.g. e-mails, aliases, business name to prevent him from doing pay pal transactions, even mail this to pay pal. Arkham Studios pay pal account may have been already been eliminated after visiting the web site.

I think he had not enough supply and too much demand, quite producing and took advantage of this situation. I also doubt if the statue comes damaged due to shipping he would even replace or refund this like Amazon does.

I really despise people who take advantage of me and others with lies and deceit, but it is a harsh reality of existence. That is why I am taking the time to post this.


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Mazus
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27/08/2011 12:38 am  

Thanks for the last reply. Yeh, I didn't check the web before I bought. I suppose that I've been reasonably lucky and I'm trusting by nature.

I did contact paypal twice in fact but there was no way that they would touch it. I don't know if they mark his account or what but they were useless.

At the end of the day Bryan Moore and Arkham Studios are thieves and liars. Bryan Moore is a straight out conman and it has cost me plenty. I'm still keen to see of anybody actually hears from him.


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27/08/2011 10:40 am  

The solution is simple, you either go to, or get/hire someone to go to the post office in burbank ca, and stand by po box 11003 and wait for the shit head to come collecting his money orders and then shake him down for what he owes plus damages, interest, emotional distress, legal fees and the cost of hiring a thug.

If anybody ever has a problem with any company based in or around Minneapolis Mn, I'd be more than happy to do just that, free of charge.

"You've got nine chances to tell me what I wanna hear before yer never able to sign another check fer cashing in yer life, so tell me, where is my money?"
I hate this kinda bullshit, this is the secoond time in month Ive seen something like this here on Lashtal. What the hell.


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lashtal
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27/08/2011 10:35 pm  

Moderator's Note

Mr Moore has contacted me and I have proposed a course of action. I will report on developments.

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Mazus
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01/09/2011 8:11 pm  

Hi again
I'm assuming that he hasn't responded to Lashtal admin's proposal?

Thanks


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Azidonis
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01/09/2011 8:54 pm  
"lashtal" wrote:
Moderator's Note

Mr Moore has contacted me and I have proposed a course of action. I will report on developments.

Interesting development...


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michaelclarke18
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03/09/2011 8:29 am  

Interesting development...

Not quite yet!


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Azidonis
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03/09/2011 9:57 am  
"michaelclarke18" wrote:

Interesting development...

Not quite yet!

That he contacted Paul is, in my opinion, an interesting development.

If further things develop from said contact, they too will be interesting developments.


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michaelclarke18
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03/09/2011 11:48 am  

Not quite yet!

I actually meant that it would be interesting if something develops, but it's a bit too early to judge yet. Personally, I don't think anything will...


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Azidonis
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03/09/2011 8:12 pm  
"michaelclarke18" wrote:

Not quite yet!

I actually meant that it would be interesting if something develops, but it's a bit too early to judge yet. Personally, I don't think anything will...

Same


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lashtal
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04/09/2011 12:02 am  

Okay, an update for site members and one that I find very disappointing.

Mr Moore sent me a Private Message asking me to remove this thread. He has refused my request to quote his Messages here so I'll have to paraphrase… He stated that he had suffered some personal and business problems and was doing his best to ensure that all outstanding orders were being resolved. He complained that some disgruntled customers were rude to him and that some were sending emails to him several times a day.

On 27 August I made the following suggestion:

I therefore make this proposal: you contact users aimee and Mazus by Private Message and explain to them how you intend to resolve their concerns. If I get Private Messages from both of them confirming that they are happy with progress then I will temporarily remove the thread. If they subsequently report that they've been let down by you then I will make it active again."

Despite initially describing this as "a very fair solution", later in his same reply he indicated that he "wasn't inclined" to contact people that might have sent him threatening emails in the past.

I sent him a chase-up message and he replied today to confirm that he wouldn't be writing to the two users mentioned because he didn't know their real names. I replied accordingly: "You've not even sent Private Messages through the site to those that have expressed concerns? That's disappointing…" I added that I would therefore not delete the thread. BryanMoore's account remains live so that he can communicate with members in the future, should he feel so 'inclined'.

I would have hoped for far better from someone whose product was targeted at members of this website. It's at times like this that I'm pleased that the site never has and never will accept advertising.

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christibrany
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04/09/2011 6:53 am  

sounds like a cop out to me...on mr moores part. how hard is it to give some customer satisfaction? A little communication is not so hard.


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04/09/2011 9:18 am  

Perhaps the photograph of Mr Moore on his website should be enough to deter potential customers. He does look rather a bounder!


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Mazus
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04/09/2011 9:17 pm  

Thank you for your efforts here.

Mr. Moore's assertion that he has received "threatening" emails may be the case, but they certainly never came from me. Assertive? Yes? Pissed off? Yes. No threats however. And certainly not several emails a day. That is counter productive. My feeling is that in his own mind he has put all of the whinging customers into some pigeon hole where he feels justified in not replying to them and ripping them off because he feels aggrieved. Warped logic to be sure, but I reckon that this may be his justification. I might point out that we're talking about an order that goes back to February. In that time I have had maybe four or five emails from him. Each one assuring me...just two more weeks and he will have finished the statue. I would then allow three or four weeks to pass and email again.....just two more weeks would be the reply. Well one can only take this for so long before one becomes rather annoyed, and expresses it. But at the end of the day I wanted the statue, so getting too strident wasn't a wise course of action. But eventually you get to a point that you realise that you've been ripped off and the person is paying you lip service. This is clearly the case now. Also note that his tactics allow the 45 day paypal time limit to expire.

What I find interesting is that the two cases here are obviously not isolated. Otherwise he would be able to work out who the two of us are. It’s probably reasonable to assume that this is widespread behaviour on his part.

This guy has no intention of honouring anything. His integrity is on display when he has reneged on a perfectly reasonable request from you. He obviously has no intention of honouring anything and I believe that he intended at least to rip me off, from the outset. I just hope that future purchasers who are members here may do a search and turn this thread up and avoid him.

I do thank you very very much for trying to resolve this. It is well outside anything I would expect you do. Thank you.

For the record he has never PM’d me.

It is clear that he has no values or integrity to speak of. Such a statement will no doubt harden his resolve and make him feel better about being a thief. But a thief is a thief. I didn’t make him one.

And from one of the later posts…in the words of Elaine from Seinfeld…”yes, he is one of those bounders!”

So Mr. Moore. This little piece of the forum was created for you. What do you have to say?


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AdoniaZanoni
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04/09/2011 11:00 pm  

I think the only reason Bryan Moore came to Lashtal was to convince the moderator to delete this thread because it gave him and his business a bad reputation. He wanted to shut down any negative feedback on the web. Even if he had provided aimee and Mazus a response with no product delivered would the thread be deleted? Or if he delivered the product to aimee and Mazus and did not provide back orders to dozens or hundreds of other customers would the thread be deleted?

Even if he is having personal and business issues, he should not be accepting any new orders if he is not going to fulfill the order or delay it indefinitely. Also he should give his customers an option for a refund, but he probably won’t because of his cash flow problems. If Bryan Moore cannot run a business responsibly because of personal issues or business finances, there is no reason for him to run a business and have customers that have paid for a product suffer.

Even if he intends to resolve this who is to say this will not repeat?


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Azidonis
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05/09/2011 12:32 am  

So...

Say I have a business (I don't, really). It's going okay, and I have to/decide to move. So these orders come in, and I use some of that money to help me move, and as soon as I do so, I find a way to make sure the products are finished and shipped absolutely as soon as possible (sometimes you just have to MAKE TIME), maybe with a little added something special for their patience and understanding. That's how I would do it anyway.

Oh now look, you rip people off and guess what... the community is not so large, and people talk. Now what? No you aren't getting ANY money. Real smart. And of course, you won't talk to the people whose money you stole. Perhaps not intentionally, but eventually, you just became a thief. The two worst types of people in this world are liars and thieves, if only because they can never be trusted. How do you live with yourself?

And you refuse to contact the people whose money you stole because they are upset that you stole form them? What kind of ass-backwards logic is that? If anything, you should be doing everything you could to make it up to them. They have every right to be pissed off.

I've never had any dealings with this person, and I won't, ever. I don't associate with liars and thieves. What a waste of humanity, a slave of because.


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christibrany
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05/09/2011 8:48 am  

be he damned for a dog...


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06/09/2011 12:13 am  

As one with training in counseling, as well as years of running my own businesses, I can offer an insight or two. This fellow is caught in the business equivalent of what pilots call a 'stall' or a 'death spiral'. There is little possibility of recovery from such a situation in the conventional fashion. What is called for is a deep restructuring of core patterns in his life. He needs to re-invent himself, basically. This always happens in life when we meet dead-ends, or it seems that nothing is supporting us, everything is 'bad breaks'.

What typically happens in these things is that the debtor grows resentful at the pressure put on him by creditors, and reaches a point where he thinks he has now been abused (due to the threatening tone of creditor -- or what he imagines is a threatening tone) and therefore seeks vengeance. He gets this vengeance by with-holding, by going stagnant. He stops putting out energy (and often, slides into depression, which further paralyzes him). This of course only compounds his problems, and accordingly, his guilt/shame grows.

A shamed person generally seeks two avenues, either lashing out further, or avoidance. The latter is by far the more common (because it requires less energy). And that is basically what you're seeing here.

Solutions are not easy, but when life turns to crap, and dead-ends are everywhere, the restructuring begins with communication. That is the essential first. Failed (or neglected) communication is the cause of most relationship breakdown. ("Fuck you, I can't be bothered").

But not just any communication will do. It has to be communication that leans toward good will and that has a constructive intention. It is draining to bear grudges. And when our energy is sufficiently drained we don't have enough energy left over to manifest any useful changes in our life. That is why any good 'magician' needs to not bear grudges. The more grudges we bear the weaker our life-force is.

Note: 'not bearing grudges' is not the same as embracing everything that crosses our path. Discrimination is not abdicated. It's more that we have to avoid spending chunks of our day losing energy in the form of bitter thoughts. Best way to do that is to resolve unfinished business via communication. There is always a Greater Solution to any given dilemma, but to participate in it usually requires us to let go of some stubborn position.


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Azidonis
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06/09/2011 12:48 am  
"Mahakala77" wrote:
As one with training in counseling, as well as years of running my own businesses, I can offer an insight or two. This fellow is caught in the business equivalent of what pilots call a 'stall' or a 'death spiral'. There is little possibility of recovery from such a situation in the conventional fashion. What is called for is a deep restructuring of core patterns in his life. He needs to re-invent himself, basically. This always happens in life when we meet dead-ends, or it seems that nothing is supporting us, everything is 'bad breaks'.

What typically happens in these things is that the debtor grows resentful at the pressure put on him by creditors, and reaches a point where he thinks he has now been abused (due to the threatening tone of creditor -- or what he imagines is a threatening tone) and therefore seeks vengeance. He gets this vengeance by with-holding, by going stagnant. He stops putting out energy (and often, slides into depression, which further paralyzes him). This of course only compounds his problems, and accordingly, his guilt/shame grows.

A shamed person generally seeks two avenues, either lashing out further, or avoidance. The latter is by far the more common (because it requires less energy). And that is basically what you're seeing here.

Solutions are not easy, but when life turns to crap, and dead-ends are everywhere, the restructuring begins with communication. That is the essential first. Failed (or neglected) communication is the cause of most relationship breakdown. ("Fuck you, I can't be bothered").

But not just any communication will do. It has to be communication that leans toward good will and that has a constructive intention. It is draining to bear grudges. And when our energy is sufficiently drained we don't have enough energy left over to manifest any useful changes in our life. That is why any good 'magician' needs to not bear grudges. The more grudges we bear the weaker our life-force is.

Note: 'not bearing grudges' is not the same as embracing everything that crosses our path. Discrimination is not abdicated. It's more that we have to avoid spending chunks of our day losing energy in the form of bitter thoughts. Best way to do that is to resolve unfinished business via communication. There is always a Greater Solution to any given dilemma, but to participate in it usually requires us to let go of some stubborn position.

Wonderful insight, and very fitting to the thread.


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AdoniaZanoni
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06/09/2011 3:42 am  

It might interest some that Bryan Moore did make a reply on August 27 on the Yog-Sothoth. I guess he succeeded in pacifying that thread. Another person from Hellsinki, Finland has waited two years for his statue.

http://www.yog-sothoth.com/threads/21322-What-s-up-with-Arkham-Studios


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Mazus
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07/09/2011 8:30 pm  

Thank you for your analysis of this situation. I too, think that it is spot on. I did venture over to Yog-Sothoth and give the good folk there the benefit of my interactions with Mr. Moore. I do not believe he will honour anything. Poor chap waiting two years!

We can just be thankful that the low lives such as Bryan Moore mostly remain away from us and we don't interact with them. I will wait and see if this excuse for a sentient being ever develops a spine, and then maybe some ethics. If he thinks that he is rid of me he is sadly mistaken. I hates thieves and liars and he fits the bill on both counts.


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Mazus
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17/02/2012 3:46 am  

Just an update to any members who may be considering dealing with Bryan Moore/Arkham Studios.  I have still received nothing fron this thief.  He has not responded to any of my emails for almost 12 months now.

Beware.  I'm not done with him yet, I have been busy doing things that matter.  But to anybody considering purchasing from him read this thread and research this guy's antics elsewhere.  He is well known for ripping people off.


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Azidonis
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17/02/2012 3:53 am  

I wonder why people that have gotten jipped by him have not gotten together and formed a support group/ lawsuit?


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AdoniaZanoni
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06/03/2012 5:52 am  

Bryan Moore  is very active in facebook. He shows off any new designs and products there.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Arkham-Studios/154436994641281

I doubt anybody who was conned by Bryan will ever get their statue or money back. Just remember when using Pay Pal file a claim on the 40th or so day if nothing has been received. Being ripped off is a daily ocurrence in life through so called friends,  businesses, employers, doctors and merchants. The only thing I could say is just be glad it was not $1,000 dollars or more. 


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Ariock
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06/03/2012 8:02 pm  

He notes in several places that he has back orders to fill. He also states that this would be a reason that current orders, for which he is soliciting PalPal payments, may "take a little while".


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Azidonis
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07/03/2012 12:53 am  

If 12 months is "a little while", I wonder what a long while is.


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AdoniaZanoni
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08/03/2012 8:31 am  

Bryan is claiming on Facebook:

“Right now I'm working on no less than 65 castings in the workshop for all of you lovely and patient folks. Your order will get to you ASAP! It takes a while to finish these properly, but I've been told that it's worth the wait. My thanks for your unending patience!”

If Mazuz and anyone else receive their products, then I may have to take back what I stated earlier about him conning people out of money. That is if he is telling the truth. I certainly would never do business with him whether he resolves this or not.


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01/04/2012 8:19 pm  

His method is to run you out past the paypal 45 day limit and then cease contact with you.  He will answer every email up to this point.  His entire spiel is based on how busy he is and that it may take a little longer than usual.  The he just keeps your money.

A truly odious person.


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michaelclarke18
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02/04/2012 4:31 pm  

I think ''buyer beware'' is appropriate there.


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Mazus
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02/04/2012 8:02 pm  

Yes, there is no doubt that 'buyer beware' is apt here.  Some research would have turned up others that have had problems.  I saw his statues on a site where someone had received the AC piece.  I then ordered it.  Having bought a lot of things on the net I've had very few problems so I just ordered.  It was only after there was an obvious problem that I checked around.  Then I found the problems.

What I don't understand is how Facebook can allow him to have a page and be ripping people off.  Maybe the idea of principles and Facebook shouldn't be mentioned in the same sentence but it is clear that the facade he had created on Facebook is false.


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Michael Staley
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02/04/2012 8:58 pm  

Are Facebook aware of the problem, though?


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Mazus
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02/04/2012 9:13 pm  

I have emailed them numerous times, and have now, at your reminding, done it yet again.  These guys don't care.  As I said, Facebook and principles in the same sentence...However I'll see if anything happens.  You've got to really look to just see how to contact them.  They're not really interested in hearing from anybody.


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Mykaljon
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25/04/2012 7:55 am  

Just report it to Fbook as a scam / spam

Just go to his facebook page

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Arkham-Studios/154436994641281

click on the little circle type button beside the message button.
drop down menu, go to "report page"
Report it as a scam / spam, or pick your own choice of evil.

If enough people report it, his page will be gone. And what the fuck is up with his page anyways, he seems to just be posting pictures of girls he likes or reposting cheap soft-porn shots.


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Mazus
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27/04/2012 9:34 am  

Thanks for the suggestion but I have emailed facebook and they have never responded to my complaints.  Let's face it, this sort of thing is not something that they will take seriously unless serious pressure is applied.  I have some other things in store for Mr Moore.


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04/12/2012 5:22 am  

Hi, everyone - I registered on this site just so I could ask whether any of you who were being strung along by Arkham Studios ever received your statuettes?  I really wish I'd done some research before buying from Bryan Moore!  I ordered a statuette from him more than a year ago and it has never arrived.  For a while he sent me excuses whenever I contacted him, but now he just ignores me.  This is really frustrating.


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Mazus
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04/12/2012 6:54 pm  

HI
I have had the same experience.  If my experience is anything to go by you won't get your statue.  I ordered mine probably two years ago and got the silent treatment when I inquired where my statue was.  Sadly he is a rip off merchant.  We are not alone.  He has done this numerous times.  It appears that sometimes he delivers, other times he doesn't. 

Please keep us updated with your fight.  Bryan Moore will read this as he is on this site.  Good luck.


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Michael Staley
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04/12/2012 6:59 pm  

I didn't know that we kept such bad company. Can you tell us what his username is, Mazus?


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Mazus
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04/12/2012 7:04 pm  

Hi Michael
I don't think he posted in the thread however he was in touch with Lashtal (admin) at one point of the thread and offered to make good which he didn't.  So I assume he is signed up on this site. 

We do indeed keep bad company. however this guy is bad news and I've never been ripped off so damn blatantly.  He takes your money, will correspond right up until the paypal 45 day limit then he just ignores your email when paypal won't help you once the 45 day limit has passed.  Nice guy.


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