sth similar happened (reportedly) to my friend. Album starring was Sepultura's Arise. Postman had bent package two times, so he could stuff it in the letter box. My friend was aghast. Such events make one speechless, easily.msp wrote:Worst one I has was when I bought a copy of Pink Floyd 's Saucer full Of Secrets lp. The seller mailed it in a large jiffy bag. The postman decided to fold it in half to get it through the letter box. World's failed me when I saw it
I fail to see how this was the postmans fault.OmenOfSteel wrote:Few years ago I bought a record (think it was MORTOX or something like that) on Ebay.de
I couldnt believe my eyes when the postman handed me the record:
There was my address pasted ON THE COVER just as the stamps, opening of the cover was closed with transparent tape so the vinyl dont fall out, and that was it... NO parcel or not even newspaper wrapped around, just the sticker on the Cover...
The seller was totally puzzled when I complained and he said "what do you want, the record cover IS the packaging"
On a sidenote: the Vinyl itself was not damaged
How exactly hair dryer is applied in such circumstances?Prowler wrote: When a Sabbat (UK) LP came I already saw that something must be wrong here. Opened the worn parcel and the vinyl was bend like 60°! It is unbelievable but I got it straight (playable) with my hair dryer! My heart stopped beating when I saw this! It's a miracle that it wasn't broken!
Yes, same here. Couple of times I found my package at the front door. At my former address, the package was exposed to rain and soaked; fortunately only cheap records but stillZombie Dance wrote:Ever had one like this : Postman drops the big parcel right in front of the door, ring the bell and then leave! Like he was doing a prank or droping a child! fortunately i was at home this time...
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