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mdwills3521
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Sep 15, 2015
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I know that the shipping will take longer than most places and I'm fine with that BUT it's unacceptable to tell me my product has shipped when it hasn't. Hold off on telling people that unless you actually shipped it. I know 6000 products takes a lot of time to process and we have to wait in line but at the same time don't have me checking my front door everyday hoping my neighbors haven't snatched something that hasn't even left your warehouse yet. I know certain people will tell me to go to Amazon but that isn't a convincing argument when the issue isn't shipping SPEED but the fact that Massdrop isn't being truthful in when they're shipping products. No amount of homerism for this site or yelling at me to go to Amzon will change the fact that its bad business practice and that people should expect a certain amount of competency out of any company, whether or not theyre saving us money
Sep 15, 2015
Hellreaver
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Sep 18, 2015
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From this message, I gather that you are illogical, erratic, impatient as well as paranoid. 'shipped' does not mean it has arrived at your door, just like it never has.
Sep 18, 2015
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Sep 18, 2015
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Here's an easy expectation conversion formula for you to use in the future.
Your package has shipped = Your package has been handed over to the delivery service that we chose to use, but we don't know how long it takes for them to get it into their computer nor do we know exactly how long it's going to take for your package (which is part of a a bajillion other packages) to get to the central processing facility after which it will be sorted and then divided out to be ferried onto a truck or a plane or some other vehicle that has at least two wheels and this process will repeat itself until the package that was said to have been shipped to you will be in a honest to goodness state that can be said as "shipping" and thereby eventually resulting in your package being actually truly in reality and literally arriving at your physical door/mailbox/mail room. Thank you for understanding and there's always Amazon.
Sep 18, 2015
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