Re: [5.samadhi] gear sale lost in the mail...responsibility?
In reply to:
how does one avoid reverse scamming if no tracking was bought?
You note that 5% (or whatever) of the packages you send out are lost or claimed to be non-deliveries by your customers and price your goods accordingly.
This is the same way the big box stores deal with leakage.
2. By only shipping things without a tracking number when the loss won't irritate you too much.
For something using valuable closet or drawer space that sells for $25 (not too interesting) + $12 in international shipping (without a tracking number and much more with) I'll just risk it because in effect I'm only out lunch money (shipping) if something happens and still gain more storage space.
Otherwise you don't. Pay up and consider it a life lesson.
(This post was edited by DrewEckhardt on Jun 6, 2012, 9:56 PM)