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(10-06-2011 09:37 PM)dbroockerd Wrote: Mike wouldn't do this. What does he owe you? You may try sending him a letter reminding him he owes you and seeing what is up. I highly doubt he is trying to stiff you. I have done $1000 deals with him and he always comes through. I will see if I can get in touch maybe.
I dropped him a message as well. Let me see if he responds to me and we will go from there. Hopefully I can help you out. We were pretty active trade partners on here.
(10-19-2011 08:32 AM)benner73 Wrote: Thanks dbroockerd. I really appreciate your help. He did finally contact and say he's going to send me something but didn't state what it was. You would think after the first package got lost he would have used tracking on the second package. I still to this day do not understand why people don't use delivery confirmation. Your just asking for trouble. I will update this thread once I receive the package.
(10-19-2011 08:51 AM)john1580 Wrote: i disagree with that. I use delivery confirmation on big trades, or if im trading with someone i do not know . When im trading with most people on here , i dnt use it. I know that if they say their package was lost, that they arent lying about it , because i trust them. In that scenario i would make the trade right with either new cards, money, or sending their end back to them. I think its a waste of money to use it to be honest...ive done prob 400 trades including when the site was down and never had an issue with stuff getting lost. If its a big trade i'll use it just in case something happens, but if its not, and something does get lost, i will fix the situation with the other trader. with the amount of trading i do i think its too expensive to use dc on every trade
(10-19-2011 09:33 AM)beatles guy Wrote: The problem with DC is that it confirms that the package is delivered, but it doesn't mean it was delivered to the right place. I get stuff for my neighbors all the time. I use it, but I find that a receipt from the P.O. showing the delivery destination and date to be just as effective.
(10-19-2011 10:01 AM)bonds20001 Wrote: Right..after it is scanned as delivered, the sender should be off the hook and the PO and postal delivery person (can not say mailman anymore!) is responsible. DC confirms that the post office got the package and it was delivered. If the postal person - worker type person can not put it in the right box, how is that the sender's problem? I refer those things back to the post office..At least with the DC, you can tell where the package went wrong..at the delivery site, otherwise, it fell off the truck etc etc..
So, not perfect, but the best option other than the $2.50 signature required option..at least for a small trade.
Oh..I use signature confirmation on items and trades over $100..
(10-19-2011 12:44 PM)john1580 Wrote: i use signature confirmation on big trades also. Well worth it . I really have to get that paypal shipping , i just dnt know how to do anything lol...my wife goes to the po for me i dnt even do that most of the time