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Online Shopping Site Chickdowntown Defaults on Loan

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Pittsburgh-based e-commerce site Chickdowntown has run into some major financial trouble. Not only has the company been sued by a number of clothing suppliers, but they owe their bank almost $973,000 on a loan.

Owner Amy Reed posted a message on the site promising to keep filling orders even though the company's days "may be numbered." To move merchandise, she's , and all proceeds are now going towards paying off Chickdowntown's creditors. But the site was down yesterday and hasn't returned today. When we last covered Chickdowntown, almost a year ago, readers sounded off in the comments section about unsent orders and bungled exchanges. Seems like the customer service problems were only the tip of the iceberg.
· Chickdowntown fashion shop fails to pay debt, suit says [Pittsburgh Live]
· RackedWire: A Rant Inspired by Chickdowntown [Racked]