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I paid for a pair of sneakers off this website on July 3, 2007, received an order confirmation receipt by e-mail on July 3, 2007 as well. On the e-mailed receipt it even stated that my order will ship in 4 to 7 business days. nI made a size change request, and I was e-mailed by [email protected] that my size change request was processed on July 6, 2007, so my order should have still shipped in 4 TO 7 BUSINESS DAYS from July 6. nOn July 19, 2007, I e-mailed the address from the site [email protected] to find out what the hell is going on, and I got a response back stating that I will receive notification once my order has been fulfilled. “FULFILLED”” means “”PROCESSED””

so if my order was “”PROCESSED”” ON JULY 6 2007

I would have received my sneakers by now. On July 21

I got a e-mail from [email protected] that my sneakers are on “”back order”” meaning “”out of stock””. nAt the link

you can still pick out your shoe size

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