I was excited when you purchased a tuxedo shirt from my store on ebay. It's only been listed for almost two years. I was sick and tired of looking at it every time I had to dig through the tote to get another sold shirt.
I'm not excited any more. I am just relieved to get the shirt back and in one piece. The last time I sold a shirt the buyer returned it with a hole punched in the sleeve.
Thankfully you didn't punch a hole in the sleeve. You didn't even unfold the shirt and yet you "trashed" it. I am at a loss for words how you can properly inspect a shirt without unfolding it and actually looking at it.
I'm sorry that I missed those TWO loose threads on the hem. Each one was less than 1/2" long and were "so tacky". I'll try to do better next time. Also, I'm sorry that I missed that 1/4" loose thread on the bottom button hole. I'll try to do better next time. I guess I really need to get a pair of scissors if I plan on more of this "ebay thing".
If you had bothered to read the description you would have noticed that I did say there was some wear to the collar. And I will make a note to self that ALL tuxedo shirt should be shipped in a box so the collar doesn't get folded. How kind of you to point that out to me.
I have issued your refund, if you can take time out of your busy schedule to check you messages. I'm sorry I wasn't home when the package was delivered so I could refund the minute it hit my mailbox. It took me 5 hours to refund your money. I'll try to do better next time. Of course my SweetiePie could have waited for dinner while I checked my email and handled the refund. What was I thinking?
And thank you so much for escalating this whole mess to a claim only 4 hours after delivery. I'll try to do better next time.
Oh wait, there won't be a next time. I have blocked your ass from ever buying anything from my store for the rest of your life, maybe longer if you piss me off.