Originally Posted by DarkAngel
I know qlong in person. Hes not the kind of guy to rip you off.
If your comms have broken down, i can reach him and help you get back in contact.
But it seems to me that he has kept in close contact, and he has no control over the postal system.
I would wait and see where the package ends up before accusing someone of fraud. He has every right as the seller to the same rights as you do, but as the buyer, you neglected to pay for additional insurance to fully cover the cost of the package. That is not the seller's fault.
My suggestion is either wait for the package to arrive, or pony up the extra 2$ for insurance next time.
Agreed, Qlong is a stand up guy, Canada Post on the other hand is a batch of idiots who do shit like send packages to the wrong end of the country far too often :P
In his place I'd do the same thing and wait to see what goes down involving the package