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ULTRA RARE: Sealed, Full Set of Circuit Playing Cards + Bonus CPU Playing Cards For Sale
ULTRA RARE: Sealed, Full Set of Circuit Playing Cards + Bonus CPU Playing Cards:
Up for sale here is an ultra-rare, sealed, full set of Circuit Playing Cards along with a bonus deck of CPU Playing Cards! I've decided to part ways with them as well as a host of other items from my collection, so be sure to check out other things I have listed!Good luck and happy offerding!
**Payment is due with 2 days of purchase, per 's policy outlined Shipping: USPS Priority Mail Flat RateMedium Boxand insured for the full amount of the sale!International Shipping:USPS Priority Mail Flat RateMedium Boxand insured for the full amount of the sale!Customs costsare your responsibility to pay! It is illegal for me to claim a lower value on a customs form, and it also nullifies the insured amount (they will only reimburse for the claimed value). Thus, it's a lose/lose scenario for me as a seller; so, though I really wish I could do everyone the favor of sparing the cost of duties, it's not something I'm flexible on *at all*.Combined Shipping: If you win more than one sale, I will send you an invoice with combined (and upgraded, if necessary) shipping, so you'll be good to go!Return Policy: View my response rating to see that I am an upstanding seller who goes the extra mile! I do accept returns because I know things can happen; however, buyer pays return shipping. Also, if the item comes back to me in any condition other than how it was shipped, then you will onlyreceive a partialrefund. When a seller allows returns, affords the seller protection via the ability to withhold up to 50% of the original amount paid. 99.9% of my buyers have been good, honest people! But for the rare person looking to scam or pull a switch-a-roo, I go out of my way toextensivelydocument and report any buyer who abuses the money back guarantees of , PayPal, or other card companies. Scammers beware...
's protection for sellers occurs when we, the sellers, set an sale to allow returns, which I have done with this sale. This way, scammers can't pull a switch-a-roo or return an item in worse condition than they received it. If they do, the seller gets to keep up to half of the buyer's money *after* the buyer ships the item back to the seller. If need be, sellers can get involved to potentially recoup more.
Where buyer's remorse and attempted scamming/bilking of a seller and/or 's Buyer Protection Guarantee are concerned, sellers can file an official complaint about a buyer directly with sellers can file an official complaint with the payment processor/entity the buyer used to make a purchase. This includes PayPal, credit card companies, banks, etc. All of these entities tend to offer some sort of buyer protection as well; however, a seller can file official complaints with them in return to document buyer fraud if it has occurred (turns out, they care when people try to take advantage of their policy). Here is a link to one of PayPal's types of seller