I ordred from this individual on Amazon. It took 9 days to ship. After 6 days, i emailed to inquire why shipping was taking so long. They told me my package had been rerouted form the Post Office. 5 days later I got my package. The date on the shipping label was the day after I contacted them. Granted, the item was shipping only about 50 or 60 miles, so even at parcel select, it should take 4 days. This was a first class mail item, 2-5 business days, standard. After I received the item, it was defective. I sent it back for a return. I left negative feedback on amazon for the seller, and they started harrassing me. He called and threatened me. He left several messages on my cell phone voicemail, and started threatening to come to my house via email, if I didn’t stop the return process. Amazon ended up crediting my card, and giving me 25$ on top of the return price of the item. the seller has since changed his name on amazon. They are just bad business people, period, and rude as h*** to anyone. Spend time shipping on time instead of stalking people and you may do better business. I had to call the police and file a report for harrassing communications. I have the police report number but since the seller is staling me from amazon to YELp to here, I can’t put it up publicaly. THe owner conintues to stalk and harrass me, calling me from fake numbers. It is sad and scary.
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