Salsero wrote:Grin and bear it. None of them is close enough to punch. That's just some of the issues associated with dealing direct with China by mail. On the other hand, some people's packages have gone missing, they get a replacement sent and a couple months later the original lost package arrives at their door too.
True, true... I hear ya, accurate voice of reason. I wouldn't want to punch them anyways, it's just a bit frustrating. I'm still a bran-newby when dealing with buisness in china, and this is my first problem. The big deal lies in the fact that I'm really invested in this particular order's contents because my son's first teacup is involved. DON'T MESS WITH THAT CUP you SOB's!
Still, I'm relieved now that Sebastien has replied. In the words of Michael Scott, I'm more "shelaxed" than I vas previously. Das goood.