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Machine purchased, never delivered to Forsyth home


September 29, 2013
CUMMING, Ga. — A woman paid about $8,400 for an embroidery machine, but the company never delivered it to her, according to a Forsyth County Sheriff's incident report.

On Sept. 16, a woman told deputies that in May she found an embroidery machine from a company located in Oregon.

In June, she bought the machine using a Bank of America cashier's check. A few days later, documents prove the machine was negotiated through Selco Community Credit Union.

To this date, she had not received the machine and the company has emailed her several excuses as to why it has not delivered it.

The victim said on Sept. 5, the company's website was taken down and she called Bend Oregon Police Department.

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