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post #181 of 768
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post


The photo of the box on the porch does not do much to convince me either. Why did the husband not unpack it rather than take a picture of it?
The answer to that question, if you need so badly to know, is that this month, on top of me going on vacation to see my fam in Boise, ID, my husband, kids and I are in the process of moving to a different part of WA. The townhouse that we are going to be renting won't be ready until middle of June and so instead of having the chair shipped to my apartment that I'm moving out of, I had it shipped to my uncle's house in my new city. And my husband put it in the storage unit a week before our move so it would be easier to move into the townhouse and won't have the chance to get damaged. None of that was any of your business, but I get how it would sound "suspicious". And the reason I made my husband take a pic of it while I was on vaca is because I am OCD and was sick of the suspense. I wanted to make sure there was no damage to the box.
But ES670, you have a good point. I think I'm going to open it up in the storage unit. I just hate worrying about having to move it again to the townhouse and run the risk of damaging it.
post #182 of 768
Fatgoomba, this is for you. And yes, I call my husband nanner puss.
post #183 of 768
Is that proof enough that I'm not a secret agent working for a counterfeit company????? Lol.
post #184 of 768
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

First finn, now me. Just a friendly heads-up, doesn't effect me one way or the other.

Goomba we are angry people how just like to tell people off, you know that. wink.gif
post #185 of 768
Lol, this thread makes me feel like an angry person.
post #186 of 768
Insurance will not pay if packaging has no signs of damage. That is how they operate. It is only straight forward with glass breakage, everything else they will try to deny. YMMW
post #187 of 768
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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

Insurance will not pay if packaging has no signs of damage. That is how they operate. It is only straight forward with glass breakage, everything else they will try to deny. YMMW
Well, I'm going to the storage unit tomorrow and I guess I'll open up the box and make sure there is no damage. There will be pictures, trust that.
post #188 of 768
[IMG][IMG]Soooo... I went to the storage unit today to check the chair for damage and the box was in the back under a bunch of other boxes, so it was impossible to pull the chair out. But I was able to open up the box and inspect the contents. It wasn't full of lemons. The leather on the chair is like buttah and the wood grain is amazing. So until the middle of June, that's all the info
I have.
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post #190 of 768

Standard returns period is a month right? So you're basically saying that if there's anything at all wrong with the chair (not just obvious cosmetic damage), you won't be able to return it. Seems like a slightly precarious position to put yourself in.

post #191 of 768
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Originally Posted by iamacyborg View Post

Standard returns period is a month right? So you're basically saying that if there's anything at all wrong with the chair (not just obvious cosmetic damage), you won't be able to return it. Seems like a slightly precarious position to put yourself in.
Wrong. There is a 3 year warranty for all parts.
post #192 of 768
nm
post #193 of 768
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Originally Posted by Brittany Paris View Post

Wrong. There is a 3 year warranty for all parts.

You should find out what the difference is between having a warranty and the ability to make a return.
post #194 of 768
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

You should find out what the difference is between having a warranty and the ability to make a return.
You're right. I misread Iamacyborg. I don't know why it matters though! I don't want to return the chair, and if there is anything wrong with it, there is a warranty to cover it! From what I can tell, the chair is made exceptionally well. I'm sure once I post pics of it in my new living room, you will have to say some nasty remark about how inferior of a human being I am. Get a life! smile.gif
post #195 of 768
I'll think of something nasty to say.
Edited by SkinnyGoomba - 6/5/13 at 9:23pm
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