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(10-16-2012 08:52 AM)dkotart Wrote: Well it sounds like you already know what you are going to do with this situation. However, if I recieved a box and it was not what I had ordered, I would not have opened the cards. Who sends somebody two boxes of cards for no reason? Common sense tells you it is a mistake and I think the right thing to do would have been to make an attempt to find out who sent these before tearing into them. I guess if you expect to receive the Hamels card you actually ordered, you need to pay for the boxes of cards that you opened knowing they were not meant for you. Just my opinion.
(10-16-2012 09:45 AM)Krangry Wrote: Why would you open the boxes without contacting your seller first to see if there was a mix up. Shady business in my opinion.
(10-16-2012 09:51 AM)phillies816 Wrote: Like i stated I did make an attempt to see where it came from. If the scan had said CA like the seller of the Hamels card I would have known right away. If they had included a packing slip I would have known right away. I also waited 10 days to hear anything so please dont make it sound like I just didn't make an attempt. I don't appreciate what you are implying. What i meant by what would be the best and most reasonable option. Just drop it altogether? Send the guy every card that came out of those boxes? Still ask him for the Hamels and maybe send something to help offset the loss of his boxes? Should have been more specific.
How did I know it was the same seller? The card I bought was out of California and the tracking on the boxes said New York? Shady this
(10-16-2012 11:51 AM)ca4n6chuck Wrote: I agree with everyone else, you knew they weren't yours, and wait only 10 days. What were you expecting, asking a question like that? a pat on back?....common sense says you were in wrong from get go, and you knew it. you were just trying to see if anyone would tell you otherwise.