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Consumers urged to avoid three Minnesota-based online retailers

The Better Business Bureau is warning furniture shoppers wholesalemoderndesign.com, lightgreydesign.com and urbanhom.com are accused of failing to deliver furniture and refuse to grant refunds. KSTP reports all three websites are owned by a Twin Cities man. The BBB says it has received more than 40 complaints about his furniture companies in just two years.
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The Better Business Bureau is warning furniture shoppers wholesalemoderndesign.com, lightgreydesign.com and urbanhom.com are accused of failing to deliver furniture and refuse to grant refunds. KSTP reports all three websites are owned by a Twin Cities man. The BBB says it has received more than 40 complaints about his furniture companies in just two years.

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