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  • The so-called "itemized tax receipt" is an itemized list of the items that sold and didn't sell, along with the value and othe information.  It's not a tax receipt because the shop isn't an IRS-qualified organization to receive donations.
    The shop misleads consignos by giving an itemized list stamped "tax receipt" with a declared value.  As required by IRS for income tax charitable deductions, the tax payer must donate items to a "qualified organization" as defined by the IRS, NOT for-profit businesses!  (Qualified organizations are charitable organizations.) 
    The owner told me the name of the organization (a church) where she says she donates unsold mechandise.  However, more than once I saw my unsold clothing on the racks after my consignment period ended.  The clothes weren't being donated, they were being sold.  Because the consignment period ended, I didn't receive a cent for these items, the owner received the full price of the sale. 
    So, consigners can't use the receipt for income tax deductions because My Favorite Things isn't a charitable organization, and even if it was, the clothes aren't all being donated! 
    It makes me very angry that this shop is putting unknowing consignors in a position of lying to the IRS.  
    This shop should return unsold clothes to consignors who want them so they can donate them to a qualified, charitable organization.


    - Briana B.
  • A good friend recommended Morton Grove coins to us after we had gone to another gold dealer to sell our old jewelry and were not quoted what we thougfht to be a fair price. Morton Grove Coins gave us substantially more than the previous dealer was offering and was very easy to do business with. Also, many very interesting collectable items for sale in the store.
    - Anthony A.
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