Internet n’est pas toujours un conte de fées : refus de paiement pour la fameuse robe en bracelet #loom @ebay
The loom-band dress had reached £170,100 when bidding had finished (Picture: eBay)
The winning bidder of a dress made entirely of loom bands has refused to pay the six-figure offer she made in the online auction.
Helen Wright and Kathryn Burnand from Prestatyn, who made the now famous dress out of 20,000 loom bands, were contacted by eBay to say the buyer had pulled out of the deal.
The winning bidder, who offered £170,100 for the dress, plus a £7 postage fee, said she could not afford the money.
The loom-band dress started receiving huge bids from across the world when it was put on eBay earlier this month, with bidding quickly going north of £100,000.
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Made from 20,000 individual loom bands, the dress is a girl’s size four to six (Picture: eBay)
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