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post #29896 of 37396

I always have a special pocket designed into my bespoke garments, to fit my personal thermonuclear device.

 

 

And of course I support the right of all Americans to carry arms.

 

 

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post #29897 of 37396
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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post
 

I always have a special pocket designed into my bespoke garments, to fit my personal thermonuclear device.

 

 

And of course I support the right of all Americans to carry arms.

 

 

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When I spoke with my tailor last year about getting an overcoat made from him, he mentioned the addition of a special pocket he dubbed "The Hudson County Pistol Pocket".  On the left, about chest level, easy to slip your hand in and draw a gun from.  

post #29898 of 37396
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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post
 

I always have a special pocket designed into my bespoke garments, to fit my personal thermonuclear device.

 

 

And of course I support the right of all Americans to carry arms.

 

 

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In case anyone wants to see another Australian weigh in on the issue:

 

post #29899 of 37396
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Originally Posted by Darkside View Post

In case anyone wants to see another Australian weigh in on the issue:

Brilliant! biggrin.gif
post #29900 of 37396

Forumite offered to buy my vass. Purchaser however joined SF 6 months ago, and has no posts....

 

Worried about getting screwed by paypal or something if he claims item was never received etc.

 

Chances?

post #29901 of 37396
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

Forumite offered to buy my vass. Purchaser however joined SF 6 months ago, and has no posts....

Worried about getting screwed by paypal or something if he claims item was never received etc.

Chances?

Ship with a required signature upon receipt?
post #29902 of 37396
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Yeah I've lost 3 out of 3 disputes even when I gave PayPal evidence of tracking info WITH signature confirmation. 
 

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post #29903 of 37396
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

Forumite offered to buy my vass. Purchaser however joined SF 6 months ago, and has no posts....

Worried about getting screwed by paypal or something if he claims item was never received etc.

Chances?

Pass...
post #29904 of 37396

recommended buttons for mid-gray wool dress pants?

 

smoke horn buttons, brown horn buttons, tan horn buttons or something else?  

post #29905 of 37396

Brown corozo nut.  

post #29906 of 37396
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post
 

Forumite offered to buy my vass. Purchaser however joined SF 6 months ago, and has no posts....

 

Worried about getting screwed by paypal or something if he claims item was never received etc.

 

Chances?

PayPal is in deep favor of the buyer. I had a long discussion with their customer service that went outside the initial unjust case that was opened against me about the whole process a couple of months ago. From what I could collect (and the fact that their customer service stopped answering me), basically if the buyer wants his/her money back, he or she will have it.


 

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ME

Surely, providing tracking# can't be the only aspect to take into account when looking into a dispute. Because that is to say, as long as you as a seller send something with a tracking#, you're safe. In that case, in theory, I could be selling an item, but send garbage with tracking# instead and claim that I indeed did send the item and not garbage.

 

PP

In the Buyer protection a buyer can open a case against a seller if he/she has received the wrong item as well, preventing a seller from just sending garbage with a tracking number.

 

ME

The way you're putting it, the buyer could claim garbage was sent although this wasn't the case and receive a refund + keeping the items. Basically, the way you're explaining your system, even a tracking# wouldn't save me as a seller as the buyer could claim he received garbage.

 

PP

No answer.

post #29907 of 37396
And what sucks, is you lose the item too.

So the purchaser gets the item and saves the money.

PayPal has some shady practices if you look into it (if they don't agree with what you're buying/deem it 'suspicious', they can freeze the purchase, and just take your money- no need to return it to you)
post #29908 of 37396
Not sure if this is the right thread but I am looking for some advice.

The lapel roll (3r2) is losing its crease and was wondering if it is normal to iron it back to the original line.
post #29909 of 37396

@Claghorn .  I still want to know. :cool:

post #29910 of 37396
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Originally Posted by KMDF View Post

Not sure if this is the right thread but I am looking for some advice.

The lapel roll (3r2) is losing its crease and was wondering if it is normal to iron it back to the original line.


Do not iron a crease into the lapel. A well-made lapel should naturally roll without a hard crease by virtue of its construction. If you have a good tailor, they should be able to restore the lapel to its proper shape. If not, try the following link: http://putthison.com/post/9000329145/a-beautiful-lapel-roll-is-a-sight-to-behold-one

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