Re: USPS scope damage during shipping
They want an invoice or proof the scope is worth $950. The money order should do that. On a private sale I have never produced an invoice. To be frank why should I? I put $950 worth of insurance on it not $950-175.75. He produced the replacement cost of a new IOR which is far over what he paid for this one.
You have the money order made out to me
you have the reciept of my shipping and insurance
you have pictures and proof it was shipped adequately
You have a severely damaged usps box marked fragile.
I guess this isn't enough evidence
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Last edited by blipelt; 08-21-2009 at 01:17 AM.