THE WAIT goes on for Oxford Ink customers who were promised refunds by the end of February with the outstanding cash now being handled by a solicitor.

The Headington shop left a string of angry customers when it shut last month who said they were owed hundreds for vouchers and cancelled appointments.

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Daniel Hall, who opened the business eight years ago, had repeatedly vowed to give customers their money back by the end of last month.

Speaking to the Oxford Mail today he confirmed he had paid back 'two or three' people but that the rest of the refund requests were now being dealt with by a solicitor and those impacted would be contacted.

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He added he would be making no further comment on the issue.

Those out-of-pocket include Allan Page who turned up for his booking of a tattoo of his dead 16-year-old daughter to find the Roundway shop to find it shut.