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Molly wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Ordered a Joyo American Sound from AliExpress as guitarstuff was out of stock, dunno why I sold my last one... such a great bass tone thru one of these!
I'm dealing with a dispute over my pedal. They offered a refund to PayPal but that's no use to me. PITA.
You can get your paypal credit put into your bank account :)

I just pay by credit card on AliExpress and any refunds have just gone back onto that :)

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thats the whole point of PayPal , your completely covered, it will all just work but it does take a few days to show up in your account

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Yeah, but it's a bit like when The Warehouse overcharges you then wants your fucking life story before some jobsworth can complete their process and give you your dollar back. There's no point in arguing with them because they only know 'the procedure' and aren't employed or trained to do anything else. I could set up a PayPal account but why the fuck should I? I said they can re-credit my credit card or resend the item.

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Molly wrote:Yeah, but it's a bit like when The Warehouse overcharges you then wants your fucking life story before some jobsworth can complete their process and give you your dollar back. There's no point in arguing with them because they only know 'the procedure' and aren't employed or trained to do anything else. I could set up a PayPal account but why the fuck should I? I said they can re-credit my credit card or resend the item.

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How the fuck do you buy so much spendy stuff WITHOUT PayPal?

It's much safer than plugging your Credit Card details into websites with varying levels of privacy, security and possible IT cluelessness.
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Terexgeek wrote:
Molly wrote:Yeah, but it's a bit like when The Warehouse overcharges you then wants your fucking life story before some jobsworth can complete their process and give you your dollar back. There's no point in arguing with them because they only know 'the procedure' and aren't employed or trained to do anything else. I could set up a PayPal account but why the fuck should I? I said they can re-credit my credit card or resend the item.

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How the fuck do you buy so much spendy stuff WITHOUT PayPal?

It's much safer than plugging your Credit Card details into websites with varying levels of privacy, security and possible IT cluelessness.
I've just never needed it. I don't buy that much spendy stuff at all really.

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Molly wrote:I don't buy that much spendy stuff at all really.
:think: :silent:

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Molly wrote:
Terexgeek wrote:
Molly wrote:Yeah, but it's a bit like when The Warehouse overcharges you then wants your fucking life story before some jobsworth can complete their process and give you your dollar back. There's no point in arguing with them because they only know 'the procedure' and aren't employed or trained to do anything else. I could set up a PayPal account but why the fuck should I? I said they can re-credit my credit card or resend the item.

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How the fuck do you buy so much spendy stuff WITHOUT PayPal?

It's much safer than plugging your Credit Card details into websites with varying levels of privacy, security and possible IT cluelessness.
I've just never had my credit card details stolen and drained, that I am aware of. I don't buy that much spendy stuff at all really.
Fixed.
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Don't all banks provide coverage for online credit card fraud anyway?

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mule wrote:Don't all banks provide coverage for online credit card fraud anyway?
Yes, to a point, but you then have to have the discussion with the security department and wait for a new card to arrive and activate it and verify and double check all your transactions from there onwards.

Why bother when a Paypal account is pretty much free and is accepted nearly everywhere online?
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3 days from auckland to chch depot via DHL for my package from china... things are really slow :lol:

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jeremyb wrote:3 days from auckland to chch depot via DHL for my package from china... things are really slow :lol:
It probably took three days to get from China to Auckland!
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Terexgeek wrote:
jeremyb wrote:3 days from auckland to chch depot via DHL for my package from china... things are really slow :lol:
It probably took three days to get from China to Auckland!
Pretty much!! It say for 10 days waiting to be picked up though...

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My last overnight courier package from Auckland to Wairarapa was 2 days, not too bad at all really.
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Still waiting for everything’s else to arrive including 4 pedals. Seems like the NZ postal system is snails pace right now
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