A vendor’s story
Adam Yaseen owns Lori London Bridal Millinery in Durham, N.C. and has now caused House of Maya within the past. Their company provides brides with veils, mind pieces and add-ons.
Yaseen said that Holihan owes him a lot more than $1,800, which he attempted to gather she closed up shop from her on Aug. 25 — the day.
“She gave me credit cards and asked me personally to charge it,” he said. “It didn’t proceed through.”
He included that when you look at the week that is last became conscious of “a quantity of unscrupulous decisions” produced by Holihan that involve other bridal industry organizations. He stated that Holihan presumably offered one company’s test gowns off the rack as opposed to going back them into the vendor.
“I am certainly one of her smaller debts,” Yaseen stated.
Yaseen stated Holihan’s shop isn’t the very very first bridal store he’s seen close mysteriously whenever brides had been anticipating their dresses. He noted a new york shop whose owner presumably took cash from brides, but did not purchase their gowns before securing her doorways without caution.
Former House of Maya owner, Maya Holihan, shut the hinged doorways regarding the Downtown Norfolk store on Aug. 25, 2017. (Adrienne Mayfield/Southside Regular)