yes I'm glad I got the package.
it definitely didn't look great though and I don't consider it very professional.
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04-12-2015 22:43 #11
question about paying for shipping.
04-12-2015 22:48 #12
Australia post is terrible and it's only going to get worse.
05-12-2015 06:54 #13Senior Member
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There was delivery involved- they delivered it!
The packaging however I would have been a bit miffed about. One of my reasons for shopping instore is so that I can check the item before buying, if it's dinged up then I'll choose another one. I always worry with mail order purchases that they'll get damaged and then it's just a PITA/impossible to return them. I would have also thought that a $10 charge would have included packaging costs. So yep I would have been annoyed. Also at the 'do not leave unattended'.
I wouldn't complain but I wouldn't be purchasing off them again.
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05-12-2015 07:16 #14
Was this an eBay purchase? If so, I'd leave a comment and poor star rating to let it be known you were not happy.
05-12-2015 07:55 #15
I assuming the "do not leave unattended" note is for packages they're posting out? Maybe because it was being left in the letter box, that doesn't count? I hate mail being left unattended but am happy when the postie leaves it in the meter box or letter box.
05-12-2015 08:14 #16
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05-12-2015 08:26 #17
I'd be peeved as well though, make no mistake. But just give honest feedback on ebay and leave it at that. In the scheme of life it's not a big deal. If the product was damaged then you'd have a case but I just think it's sloppy business more than anything.
(Nice to see you around again @DaveTTC).
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05-12-2015 10:17 #18
I think you should feedback to the business that you were unhappy with the way the product was presented in delivery and felt it was unprofessional. If you don't feedback and then never use the business again they will never know why. They may not have considered the implication of shoving their product in a plastic bag and placing in a letterbox. You could also bring up that you didn't want the product left.
They can't improve if they don't know you are unhappy.
05-12-2015 10:48 #19Senior Member
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I would have been peeved at the packaging but not the $10. I would think the $10 covered for petrol delivering it and time.
05-12-2015 12:53 #20
What I worry about with threads like this is where they could.
Some excellent points made about feedback. This business may he very new or at least inexperiened. Done poor practice .... no question about it.
Handled well you could give some superlative feedback in a nice manner that could make a significant difference for this
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