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From: Trying to help (
Subject:         Did either of you confirm the mailing address?
Date: February 7, 2006 at 1:23 pm PST

In Reply to: Jenni (The Good Book) - Sent MO / Never Rcvd book posted by Melissa on January 27, 2006 at 8:45 am:

Perhaps the seller did not have a good address for the buyer and therefore sent it to the wrong address twice. I think you are both sticking to your stories so strongly that you are probably both telling the truth. It seems like the book or books were sent and that they were not received. My opinion is that if the seller can offer proof that the book was sent, i.e. a delivery confirmation or even a postal receipt to the buyers zip code, then the buyer is out because insurance was suggested in the ad (not the emails) but if the seller cannot offer proof that the book(s) was/were sent then she may wish to offer some kind of refund.

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