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Closed Virginia Gun Shop Allegedly Owes Customers $1,000s

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A closed Virginia gun shop allegedly owes thousands to customers.

A closed Virginia gun shop shut its doors. Revolution Arms in Danville, Va., is no longer operating, and the Better Business Bureau has received several complaints.

Rev-Arms, as it is known locally, took advanced payments of approximately $12,000 for goods that were never delivered.

The BBB says that the stores website is no longer active. The BBB also received 10 complaints over the last three years nine of which were filed since October 2016.

Rev-Arms had and F rating and did not respond to the 9 complaints.

The BBB sent a letter to Rev-Arms on January 5, asking them to respond to the complains, but the letter was reportedly returned as unclaimed on February 8.

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Closed Virginia Gun Shop Allegedly Owes Customers $1,000s