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I'm hoping I have a Strymon El Capistan in the mail.. Haven't heard back from the dude about a tracking number, was supposedly sent last Friday :think:
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Finally have a tracking number for the Iridium. Fingers crossed for Monday then.

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Still waiting on the El Capistan. Hit the guy up again on Friday, he apparently then rang the post shop where "the new girl had messed something up, and it would be sent straight away". Still no tracking number; feel like I'm getting the run around a bit.
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StratMatt wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 8:29 am
Still waiting on the El Capistan. Hit the guy up again on Friday, he apparently then rang the post shop where "the new girl had messed something up, and it would be sent straight away". Still no tracking number; feel like I'm getting the run around a bit.
Smells like bullshit to me, he should just be upfront and honest that he hasn't sent it.

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jeremyb wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 8:42 am
StratMatt wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 8:29 am
Still waiting on the El Capistan. Hit the guy up again on Friday, he apparently then rang the post shop where "the new girl had messed something up, and it would be sent straight away". Still no tracking number; feel like I'm getting the run around a bit.
Smells like bullshit to me, he should just be upfront and honest that he hasn't sent it.
Seems like it eh. Bought through bookface too so not exactly much I can do if he decides he'd rather keep the pedal and my money.
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StratMatt wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 8:53 am
jeremyb wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 8:42 am
StratMatt wrote:
Sun Jul 05, 2020 8:29 am
Still waiting on the El Capistan. Hit the guy up again on Friday, he apparently then rang the post shop where "the new girl had messed something up, and it would be sent straight away". Still no tracking number; feel like I'm getting the run around a bit.
Smells like bullshit to me, he should just be upfront and honest that he hasn't sent it.
Seems like it eh. Bought through bookface too so not exactly much I can do if he decides he'd rather keep the pedal and my money.
No tracking number would have to mean a deliberate attempt to defraud. If it goes tits up I'd say you could do something about it.

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