Paypaled for air rifle. Should have been here Saturday, nope. Email on Sunday and gets back right away stating hasn't had time to ship. No more follow up, Won't respond to my emails or phone calls. now what do I do?
Friends & Family payment can be reversed by your credit card company
October 9 2017, 11:54 AM
Possibly by your bank if you linked a bank account or pulled the funds from a bank account.
I recently bought a SWFA scope from a great Yellow member & paid using Paypal friends & family.
USPS showed it as delivered but it wasn't at my "front porch" like USPS tracking said online (I don't have a front porch).
I realized it had probably been left at a house that is on a closely named street with the same number address that's a couple of miles away, so I drove over & there was my scope on their front porch!
Then I started thinking...what if I hadn't figured it out & didn't go get my scope?
I had paid by friends & family, so my only recourse would have been to work something out with the seller (even though it wasn't his fault), or contact the credit card company I had linked to my Paypal account & get a chargeback thru them.
I don't think friends & family is a good idea for purchases, no matter who you are buying from.
For $4 extra bucks per hundred dollars, buy the transaction protection.
This message has been edited by Diamondback on Oct 9, 2017 11:57 AM
turns out it's being repaired for a mold problem, so insurance has them living in a condo during the repair.
I saw a neighbor watching me, so I drove over & introduced myself, then showed her my package, my id, & explained what had happened.
She was angrier about it than I was (I was just happy I'd figured it out...& surprised...it was 5:30 on a Friday so I might not have talked to anyone at the PO about it until Monday) & she promised to let the postman have it when she saw him. Turned out the postman was a temp filling in.
This message has been edited by Diamondback on Oct 9, 2017 12:11 PM
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