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Please don't let that lady or anyone else steal your joy....God has blessed you with a wondeful talent. I have looked at your pictures and they are gorgeous.

Keep up the awesome work that you're are doing!!!!
"Always for His Glory!"
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post #47 of 48
What the heck is she talking about, I think she just didnt want to pay, Do you have a pic of that cake?? Your cakes are Awesome wished mine looked that good
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Originally Posted by cakebaker1957

What the heck is she talking about, I think she just didnt want to pay, Do you have a pic of that cake?? Your cakes are Awesome wished mine looked that good



This is definitely all about getting some kind of refund.

When we moved here in June my son's birthday was less than 2 weeks away. By the time the moving truck showed up and I started unpacking I knew that I had no time to make a cake for him. Being new to the area I just went to the new Food Lion that is really close to us. My son choose a chocolate CCC costing $20. My husband picked it up paid $26 for it and after we got it home and the kids had their pieces did we notice that they were all white cc. I called the manager immediately and told him that we were charged more than we were quoted and that we had ordered chocolate and received white. He said if the cake was not whole all he could do was return the $6 that they overcharged my DH. I told him that I have all but 3 pieces (there were 24 in all) as we didn't notice until the kids had taken a bit of their's but no go. I still think to this day that as it was there mistake they should have refunded some of it but it was no go.

So if she ate your cake and didn't bother contacting you until 3 days later tell her sorry there's nothing you can do for her now and just move on.


BTW, your cakes look great!
KJV - PROVERBS 15:1 A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger.
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