- Wed Aug 19, 2015 11:56 pm
Since things are getting a bit iffy, I spoke to Paypal about the bottom line.
Two situations: If we don't get actual delivery of the plants, if the vendor can't show proof of delivery, then it's on him and we'd get our money back. The agent said it was cut-and-dried.
On the other hand, if they arrive damaged, mislabled, half-dead or whatever, then we might be required to return them to the vendor. The agent didn't think so, but held it out as a possibility. He said it's really a grey area, especially if they don't arrive back to the vendor in decent shape. So, if the doubled stress of the return to Europe kills the plants, the vendor might have a case and might not have to reimburse us.
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