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how long does it take for Goodsee co to process refunds? It's been 2 days since my return reached them and they're not responsive to email :(
 

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how long does it take for Goodsee co to process refunds? It's been 2 days since my return reached them and they're not responsive to email :(
I may be wrong, but I think it usually takes a week for a refund to show up on a credit card? Meaning, after they put it through.
 

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Past customer service gigs when put through a card refund can take up to 3 days. That's from when the package is opened and processed though so Id say it's not unheard of to take 8 days total if their team is stretched thin.
 

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On a closer look with this 360 degree view thing, I’m digging the Molinos more. They are strikingly similar to the Fellini, but seemingly subtle differences in the eye shape and temple. Anyone with experience with both? What’s your take on similarity/differences in look and fit?
 

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On a closer look with this 360 degree view thing, I’m digging the Molinos more. They are strikingly similar to the Fellini, but seemingly subtle differences in the eye shape and temple. Anyone with experience with both? What’s your take on similarity/differences in look and fit?
I can't remember if I tried on the Fellini, but I tried on the Mollinos at a trunk show. The rep at the trunk show told me the Mollinos are their most popular model, partly because the shape fits and flatters such a wide range of people.

I tried them on and liked them. But then I was more drawn to the slightly more unusual styles. The Mollinos look nice, but they're expensive and slightly Wayfarer-ish. The Wayfarer also fits and flatters a wide range of people.
 

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Gives me Oceans 11 vibes, but those low slung temples are definitely a very specific look (obviously this photo is of a different style of frame, but has that same over-sized vibe)
 

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