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Yeah, it really is. There's a reason the Germans have the expression "Leben wie Gott in Frankreich." ("Living like God in France")
Look, I am glad that Drew appears at least to be making an effort to sort this out. But, we've already sent him all that information at least twice -- once when we ordered, and again a couple of months ago. So what's the point? There is no way I'm sending any personal information to a publicly accessible database/spreadsheet. The whole point of Internet forums is public anonymity -- I've seen any number of forums go bad because someone breached that "third wall." If we...
I don't think they're worthless. Wish I had a spare million or two lying around and a bunch of time on my hands -- but that's what it would take, I think, to get things going. And, yeah, you'd need to have a relationship with sweatshops low-cost production facilities to make it work
Buy the company? Who in their right mind would buy a company with potentially 200 plaintiffs to a lawsuit? You'd have to offer to make everyone whole first. In other words, settle ALL the potential liabilities before you could even start thinking about production/design/marketing/order fulfillment. Fine to speculate but let's be realistic. Not saying it couldn't happen but you'd need an angel at this point.
I'm going to join a few others and issue a call to lower the temperature in here. It feels good to vent but I think at this point it's counterproductive to what we're trying to achieve -- some kind of resolution that lets everyone get their jackets, and possibly refunds. Calling out Drew on this thread is not going to bring this about. Of that I'm pretty certain.
You are talking civil suit; this is for a criminal case. I assume SK is same as most places in that a prosecutor brings charges and files the case.
Reposting this: We are going the civil litigation route at this point, but what is to stop anyone from opening up a criminal case with the South Korea natiional police? Here is an online form for complaints. If 160 people fill this in.... http://www.police.go.kr/eng/main/contents.do?menuNo=500031
We are going the civil litigation route at this point, but what is to stop anyone from opening up a criminal case with the South Korea natiional police? Here is an online form for complaints. If 160 people fill this in.... http://www.police.go.kr/eng/main/contents.do?menuNo=500031 Once we collate a PP list, that would serve as an excellent data base for our accusations. HOWEVER -- because I generally don't want anyone to go to a criminal trial unless all other avenues...
Nah, just standard expat behavior. We think neither the rules in our new country nor the ones at home apply to us...
I'm sure that everyone understands this. It's why we dropped hundreds of dollars to what was, essentially, nothing more than a PayPal address. Unfortunately, it's also, as you pointed out, why we let him wriggle off the hook numerous times in the past year or so.@palma: how about a 10-minute cooling-off period?
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