A SHOP owner has vowed to pay back her customers following a series of complaints.
Second hand boutique Plan B in Lindley gave people a chance to sell their pre-used designer clothing.
The Lidget Street shop would take 35% of the profit if the items sold and would either reduce the price or return the clothes, shoes or accessories to their owner if they didn’t sell within eight to 10 weeks.
But in February the shop closed leaving customers short-changed.
Kay Wilkinson heard about the shop through a charity fashion show and claims she is owed £400 by shop owner Danielle Fisher.
“The idea was to leave the clothes and go and collect the money when they have been sold,’’ she said.
“Last time I went in the shop was chock-a-block with designer gear.
“It had to be very high end as they would not take high street labels.
“I broke my leg not long after dropping my clothes at the shop which meant I was unable to drive for six weeks.
“When I went back the shop was closed and had already been transformed into something else.
“I tried contacting the shop owner and must have called her mobile around 20 times but I have heard nothing.
“She owes me £400.
“I do not know whether she sold my things or if she still has them.
“I had Valentino, Dune, Faith shoes and Monsoon Christmas dresses.
“I would like to know if there are other women out there who have had the same problem or have not had their money back.”