Won a dread competition, nearly 9 months later no dreads

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Won a dread competition, nearly 9 months later no dreads

Post by Sugarfalls » Sun May 19, 2013 9:17 pm

So I won a competition for a set of dreads last September, I don't want to name the specific seller but it's now almost June and there's still no sign of them. Since it was a competition I haven't lost any money, but it's still really annoying. If they didn't want to do it they shouldn't have held a competition. I've messaged them a number of times, once in December and again in March, they've apologized repeatedly and offered me a discount if i purchase anything from them, but I don't really want to after all this. Is 9 months too long for a competition? Should I really be able to complain about it when it's free?

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Re: Won a dread competition, nearly 9 months later no dreads

Post by VixenSingsBlack » Mon May 20, 2013 12:36 pm

Yes, you have the right to complain. It's still an agreement, even if no money was exchanged. I'd report her so we can put her on the NPSL. Leave a review in the reviews section.

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Re: Won a dread competition, nearly 9 months later no dreads

Post by LittlePinkFaery » Mon May 20, 2013 5:08 pm

What she said, this is a non performing seller.

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