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post #16 of 18

lol are these the leffot Edward Greens ?

:lurk:

post #17 of 18
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lol are these the leffot Edward Greens ?

:lurk:

 

No not Leffot...and as it's a neutral question versus negative or positive feedback, I'm not really wanting to put anyone's name out on the internet...Should someone have a valid reason for knowing the store they can PM me and I'll consider discussing the issue further...

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Thanks to everyone that pitched in their 2 cents....Now that I have all your answers, perhaps I should clarify the question from my point of view...

 

After getting these items I spent about 10 days debating as to whether or not I should return them. The fit was good, but not perfect...The items were redundant in my collection....but deep down a little voice was telling me to keep them...They're nice, no doubt...but that money could go to a proper fitting  item that I have yet to add to my collection...For 10 days it was an internal struggle back and forth...I have these items just sitting in a box. They are nearly perfect...but they aren't.. and just when I've decided towards letting them go...The price drops...and it drop significantly enough to make a difference in my decision process..It's not $20 or even $100...So...at the lower price level, I was  willing to keep them and overlook the minor sizing/redundency issues...but how am I supposed to go about getting the lower price (which makes me want to keep them) without asking for a price adjustment or making the return and immediately repurchasing the item?  A bit of a Catch 22, right? For their part, the store provided good cutomer service from pre.order to after sales. Prompt polite communication. I have not a complaint against the store at all...but  in a case such as this, the lower price and price adjustment  prevented the return and the  store having to take the time to restock, relist, resell, reship, etc. all at the lower price anyways...For my part, I probably should have just explained all of that to the store versus just asking for a price adjustment... but for some reason I just put it pretty much straight forward and probably came off a bit brash...At one point I even thought about just keeping things as is, and dropping the issue and even emailed a respected member asking his advice as to such...

 

It's why I used the store example. You go to make the return & see the lower price. Reflect upon it & go back to get them the next day. I don't see the difference here other than the fact that I have to do this through email and international shipping

 

Either way, it all worked out in the end...I came out happy enough and will undoubtedly start by looking at their offerings the next time I get an itch for a new purchase. And at least now I'm free to take the things out of the box & enjoy them as they should be. Lol

 

Thanks again for playing folks....


Edited by justonemore - 2/13/16 at 1:32pm
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