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(03-24-2012 11:59 AM)jonathancard Wrote: I had someone on ebay do this once it was a hard fight as i had to prove the package was actually empty when i opened it.. Since I opened it alone with no witness it was a long fight but i eventually won. sorry this happend hope there is a good explanation
(03-24-2012 12:03 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: maybe it's just a mistake? did you try contacting him?
i sent out a package last year and completely forgot to the put the card in the toploader. things sometimes happen
(03-24-2012 12:05 PM)dbroockerd Wrote: I opened in front of the postal carrier. He called the PO immediately from his cell. An investigation is being launched. I also called my buddy whose a supervisor on the police force here in Belton. Now Internet fraud is starting an investigation. He messed up big time here. The package was 100% in tact and no evidence of tampering.
(03-24-2012 12:09 PM)jonathancard Wrote: Wow well its good that you have all that proof. That was a big mistake on his part the trouble that it is about to cost him will suprise him. Do you always open in front of your carrier its a great idea i might have to start doing that just in case
(03-24-2012 12:17 PM)pietroskim Wrote: Wow! This is horrible! Has Jake contacted you back? I had something similar happen to me with a card i purchased on Ebay. It appears the seller had tampered with the package and then dropped it in a drop box with nothing inside. It had a sticker on it saying the PO had received it like that. The seller immediately refunded my money but I would have rather had the card. It was a $150 BV card that i snagged for $20. I figured the seller didn't want to sell the card for that low so they made it look like it had been stolen.