At this point I will chime in.
I brought what looked like an Imsai keyboard from this crowd, or a previous
version of them - The web site is *amazingly* similar.
The keyboards were cheap as chips, $149, so I went for it, knowing that I
was protected by PayPal.
I get tracking details pretty quickly, set as awaiting shipment, I also got
a weird - non professional email saying that they had sent the item.
After a week, still no movement on the tracking item - I queried them and
got yet another number. Still awaiting shipment.
Another couple of weeks - no movement, no keyboard delivered, and no
response from their customer service, so I contacted Paypal and raised a
case. At this point, I am screenshotting everything for evidence.
Paypal was great - they contacted the seller, who said that the item was
shipped. Another new tracking number.
After another couple of weeks, I contacted Paypal again - they contacted
the shop - the shop provided 'evidence' that the item had been delivered to
Sydney (350km away) - Paypal asked me if I had it - I live in Canberra, and
of course I hadn't got it.
They clearly went to the trouble of trawling through USPS tracking details
to find something that was shipped from near their suburb to Sydney
Australia by somebody else and submitted it as their evidence they had
I went ballistic with paypal, and got a refund.
100% would not recommend.
The only shops that pop up in a town selling impossible vintage bargains
are in the Twilight Zone, and have the word Emporium in their name.
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On Fri, 10 Feb 2023 at 09:13, Adrian Godwin via cctalk <
On Thu, Feb 9, 2023 at 7:14 PM Eric Moore via cctalk
I am very sorry to anyone I insulted. My tone was
condescending. My only
intention was sincere concern for any fellow travellers who may be
Without your comment, I wouldn't have got the chuckle from Fred's :).