GEARBEST DENYING REFUND FOR A STOLEN ORDER SAYING IT,S NOT THEIR RESPONSIBILITY

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how does it go ?

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cool i'll see you when you get there

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My experience with GB disputes is 50/50. Unfortunately, they lost 2 packages, GB blaimed the shipping carrier, post office etc. They said they have no responsibility for lost packages. PPal reimbursed me for 1, the other was a loss. Sad good thing that it was just a couple of bucks

I don’t think there is another recourse, and I don’t think Dutch law will prevail in this dispute. There are some international agreements that govern shipping responsibilities. These are set in the contract, but I don’t know what contract terms I agreed on with GB.

I would want to see a Judge Judy episode with one of the chinese seller as a defendant Cool

FYI example of 2 most commonly used agreements are FOB – once it is on the the boat or plane, the seller assumes no responsibility.
CIF – seller has responsibility to deliver goods until the destination.

On the other hand, according to a lot of news reports, there is a widespread fraud going on involving workers at shipping warehouses, delivery men, and thiefs stealing packages off doorsteps. All caught on camera, Somehow they always know exactly what’s in the package and they don’t care if getting caught.

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