Choosing Beggars Have All The Excuses In The World.
It is as if they don’t understand how the world works and want everything for free. You might think that I am exaggerating, but I am honestly not. After all, I am sure you have already seen numerous stories just like this one. Perhaps these people don’t know Reddit exists or more likely is that they don’t care if the world thinks they are in the wrong. You see, this woman wanted pink and gold marble fake nails for her 21st birthday which I understand. I mean who doesn’t want their birthday to be special?
However, that doesn’t mean you can blame the person who has made these nails for the fact that you lost one. Plastic nails can be quite finicky even if you have used the best nail glue available in the world. And don’t get me wrong but ‘losing’ a bright and shiny nail is quite hard unless you are partying in an unusually busy club. Anyway these sorts of things happen, but that doesn’t mean she could ask the artist for a refund. Not only that but she didn’t even ask and simply charged it back from her PayPal. Anyone else getting angry yet? Because I would never be as calm as this person remained throughout the conversation.
While I wouldn’t say this is my usual style, but it is quite pretty, and I think everyone would agree.
Things seemed okay at first until the seller noticed a charge on their statement.
Apparently the buyer had charged for a refund without even raising an issue with the buyer first.
They even explain that the glue they gave was completely free and that it was not their fault a nail was lost.
And that the refund amount was unfair since they did like all the rest of the sets.
However, the birthday girl did not care about any of that and was happy to scam this person out of her money.
And as we all know PayPal usually favours customer in this sort of situation which is a shame if you ask me.
The immediate red flag is she issued a chargeback without first saying anything to you. If she’s a customer with a legitimate complaint, and she’s not crazy, she’d message you first to say there was a problem and if you could offer anything to fix it. It’s pretty much guaranteed it’s not the glue or anything else; even if it came unglued on only one nail out of 10, she could glue it back on as long as she didn’t lose the nail.
I work in a business where we have items that come from a manufacturer that need gluing, and the glue they send is way too thin, making it difficult to apply. We’re in the habit of removing the glue, so customers can use their own thicker varieties. If you’re using a glue that’s industry standard you should be just fine, and if the glue they do get is actually defective you’d be responsible for fixing the problem, but in this case having only 1 nail have an issue when the other 9 are fine suggests it’s user error in applying it, and not the glue itself. –kaiohgotoken
Wearing someone else’s bra after a party? I have clearly been partying wrong then.
Unless you are doing heavy lifting, they shouldn’t come off so easily even with cheap glue.
They haven’t yet received the money, but I hope PayPal is wise enough to listen to the seller in this particular instance.
We also get a bit more information as to why this must have happened in the first place.
Perhaps we will get an update on what happens next so stay tuned.
Has anything of this sort ever happened to you? If so how did you fight back? Comment down below and let us know. Don’t forget to share with your friends, so they can join in the conversation as well.