Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
I know. So sad
What will Eriq LaSalle do now?
He still gets residuals from these guys:
No i have a pair of 5-year-old Docs that I wear a lot, wanted to see what they looked like if I used black polish. They already have a really cool patina from years of wear + occasional waxing.
I ordered from them without any issues. How would they send you another if the majority of the stock is vintage/second hand?
Honestly, that's really fucked up on their part. If they messed up they should refund you. I mean they said they would refund you no matter what basically (if its lost or if they get it back), so why wouldn't they just refund you now? It might as well be lost in the mail.
what did you get?
Don't forget that you're essentially dealing with a one-man operation here and not some full-fledged company that's gonna go out of its way to accommodate you. I see where his hesitation lies in refunding you the money for something that you may still well end up receiving. But since it's his mistake, he needs to trust that you'll return the money if you do end up with the item.
a giant japanese gauze cotton stole 220cm across that i was going to wear in the western mountains with some other stuff and now my dreams are ruined
Tell him to send you the double faced scarf as a replacement for the missing one. And then give it to me. Christmas is this week.
I was gonna get that scarf too Shah. Thanks for enabling, I vote to take the lord's title away.
ok he said he gonna contact usps and resolve it in 24 hrs, hopefully it ends as amicably as possible here. this means it will be back in stock and g trans can then order it and have it sent to some place not in atlanta but rather, say, seattle, just to be as far as possible as is the case with me.
I think you're in the right and he should refund you immediately, especially considering the quote where he takes the blame for the misinterpretation, but that shit is subjective.
From a strictly law point of view it can get tricky. It's a breach of contract and where I live, and in the EU generally, all sorts of shenaningans can apply that prevent refund demands. For example whether or not you can be blamed for the misinterpretation (typically not being clear enough in your statements) or whether or not they're waiting for the return of the shipment so they can send it to the correct address. I have no idea what the laws on this are like in the US though so I guess this isn't much help.
Edit: I guess I was late to the party. Failpost.
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