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From: Jennifer (
Subject:         Ask her to send you a copy of the Delivery Confirmation receipt, along with the postal receipt, which shows your zip code. (more)
Date: March 20, 2006 at 8:10 am PST

In Reply to: Refund question posted by Kay on March 18, 2006 at 5:32 pm:

This will prove to you that she did indeed mail your package. If she did mail the package, she did all she could do to get the package to you and it would not be fair for her to reimburse you half of the cost. It is always the seller's resposibility to provide proof of mailing (Delivery Confirmation) and it is always the buyer's responsibility to purchase insurance. However, if she does not have the postal receipts, she cannot prove that she mailed the package and in this case, she would need to reimburse you the entire amount you paid her. This is standard according to how Paypal would determine who is responsible in this kind of situation.

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