On Friday, I received an email from someone I will refer to only as "P". The screencapped text is from P's email to me. All images (except the two before the very last image) are also from P. I have separated the line breaks in the email as well as the images for ease of reading.
And there it is. Indisputable proof that Lauren's claim in the Earth2Snowflake interview (analyzed in "Felice Fawn Threatens to Go Postal") that she is willing to refund anyone who has proof of having purchased from her is a lie, and that ultimately, she cares more about shopping for her own frivolities than refunding the customers she defrauded.
It is also important to note that Lauren's original post about receiving 4 parcels from the Royal Mail has been deleted. It's very convenient that she changed her Tumblr URL after posting that announcement... however, if one enters the same link minus the "lilith", the post is still nowhere to be found. A Google search yields the same results.
You can find Chelsea's Paypal receipt on the Deumos victim list as well as on her blog. She is Case #2 in the victim list entry. While verifying the details of P's email to me, I also located the message that Lauren sent to p0kemina--you can view it here.
(Note: For whatever reason [most likely a coding error], the date that Lauren sent p0kemina the message displays on p0kemina's blog as being Tuesday, May 5. However, May 5th was a Saturday. May 8th was indeed a Tuesday. Also, if you look at the notes link for any of the May posts on p0kemina's blog, they are ALL listed as "May 5". Just wanted to clarify, as I was a bit confused by this at first, too.)
ETA: Scammed Deumos customer Ellie (neverlandbegins) has come forward to show that she contacted Lauren after she posted the Royal Mail announcement on her blog... and she never replied. Ellie's name was on the list Lauren posted, and is Case #5 in the Deumos list. Here is the email she sent to Lauren:
That makes 2 since Lauren decided to publicly acknowledge the people she scammed, only to delete the original post and issue no refunds.
If there are any other scammed Deumos clients that are not on the Deumos victim list, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, thanks for reading... and many, many thanks to P for putting the pieces together for this post and helping to expose the truth about Felice Fawn.
I leave you with this absolutely stunning work of art by burnthetemple. Incidentally, the talented artist only learned of Lauren's existence through Chelsea and her experience in being scammed. The artist's statement is below the piece; I highly encourage everyone to read and reblog the post. Truly incredible...