- Dec 9, 2007
In this case I wanted to help a new laser enthusiast out. He seemed to know his stuff and I wanted to find a good home the lasers I built. He bought one in the same manner of shipping as the second disputed one. He paid promptly and I shipped. He got it and was satisfied. Later he said his friend wanted the last remaining one. So he pped me again and asked to ship to his friend. I outlined before hand that I can not take any responsibility at all what so ever once I put them in the mail. I offered 1 or 2 box split, with or without tracking and/or insurance. Like the first shipment he wanted 2 boxes, no tracking or insurance. I reiterated the risk is all his and he agreed. Now he's opened a pp dispute. Nothing I can do about it. He says in the pp dispute thread that he knows he won't get financial compensation and that he felt the pp dispute process was a better way to discuss the issue. I really I said I would help but I can't. There is nothing I or Canada Post can do. I have not had one get lost. But another package I shipped at the same time to the US also hasn't arrived. But that doesn't help this dishonourable buyer holding my pp account hostage over a dispute he agreed shouldn't have happened.