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Misriah

#1
I really hate to do this because it hurts me as a consumer, and Misriah as a seller but I'm fed up with my last order.


Ordered, paid, and received a payment confirmation on October 22, (10 days ago). T/a says 2-5 days but it's been 10 days and I haven't got my order nor have I even got an email back from Misriah letting me know he's working on it.

What sucks the most is that I'm out of AI and I really need something to fix these itchy nipples, I aromatize heavy, to begin with so I might have to order from SRX or someone soon (that is if I find some extra money)

#2
(11-02-2019, 03:33 AM)mushrooomsandpeace Wrote: What sucks the most is that I'm out of AI and I really need something to fix these itchy nipples, I aromatize heavy, to begin with so I might have to order from SRX or someone soon (that is if I find some extra money)

Let's not get angry at a source for our lack of planning, issues like this specifically are 100% avoidable.

As for the order itself, have you attempted to contact the source since initial payment confirmation?

#3
(11-02-2019, 04:22 AM)superawesomename Wrote:
(11-02-2019, 03:33 AM)mushrooomsandpeace Wrote: What sucks the most is that I'm out of AI and I really need something to fix these itchy nipples, I aromatize heavy, to begin with so I might have to order from SRX or someone soon (that is if I find some extra money)

Let's not get angry at a source for our lack of planning, issues like this specifically are 100% avoidable.

As for the order itself, have you attempted to contact the source since initial payment confirmation?

https://i.gyazo.com/dd48cd649c0c9742566a...a46a1e.png

It has been 2 almost 3 days, so it hasn't been unnecessarily long, like his T/A

#4
(11-02-2019, 06:01 AM)mushrooomsandpeace Wrote:
(11-02-2019, 04:22 AM)superawesomename Wrote:
(11-02-2019, 03:33 AM)mushrooomsandpeace Wrote: What sucks the most is that I'm out of AI and I really need something to fix these itchy nipples, I aromatize heavy, to begin with so I might have to order from SRX or someone soon (that is if I find some extra money)

Let's not get angry at a source for our lack of planning, issues like this specifically are 100% avoidable.

As for the order itself, have you attempted to contact the source since initial payment confirmation?

https://i.gyazo.com/dd48cd649c0c9742566a...a46a1e.png

It has been 2 almost 3 days, so it hasn't been unnecessarily long, like his T/A

Okay brother, I know it sucks to hear but the best advice I can give right this second is to sit tight, sources do run behind a bit and so far I wouldn't really worry much, especially since he's been in contact.

If it were me, I'd order extra AI from whoever I could get it from at the moment just to have it coming as well, but I see you expressed a lack of funds so I understand if you can't do that either. Hindsight is 20/20 and blah blah blah but I'd just hang tight a few more days and then we'll take it from there if it needs to be addressed still.

#5
^ can we please start having sources update their t/a to reflect the accurate t/a rather than desired one? Customers wouldn’t be expecting a 2-3 day t/a if the source didn’t claim to provide it, and they may not order from them at all if they knew the true wait time. It’s almost like gaining customers via deception and I don’t find that to be appropriate. Just an observation and suggestion based on it. This type of issue repeats itself far too often and the only real solution is going to be holding sources accountable for the t/a which they advertise.

#6
(11-02-2019, 03:59 PM)kingofcarbz Wrote: ^ can we please start having sources update their t/a to reflect the accurate t/a rather than desired one? Customers wouldn’t be expecting a 2-3 day t/a if the source didn’t claim to provide it, and they may not order from them at all if they knew the true wait time. It’s almost like gaining customers via deception and I don’t find that to be appropriate. Just an observation and suggestion based on it. This type of issue repeats itself far too often and the only real solution is going to be holding sources accountable for the t/a which they advertise.

I fully understand the sentiment brother, but by what process would you implement with the sources to adhere to to be held accountable?

Untimely T/A is no grounds for removal from the board, verification is credited towards bloodwork via user submission, and customers frequent the T/A subforum/source thread with current T/A regularly. It's entirely up to the individual to invest a fairly minimal amount of time into seeing the current climate of any given source. This is, like many things, one of the inherent consequences of underground work.

#7
Emailed you before seeing this. Would like to point out this is the same customer making a thread when I hadn't replied to an email request instantly. Both in my thread, and his own fucking post. I advertise a decent TA with subject to change. It did. I emailed him back within 2-3 days. Like advertised.

For everyone's general "want to know" reason for this order being behind was due to my own opsec scare, got spooked with delivery of a pack - cleaned up and sat tight for a bit. I was vocal about on multiple instances and have owned up to it being my own mistake anyway. Went back to business as usual. His order will be delivered, late next week. Even provided tracking & linked to his fucking stamp before seeing this post.

@mushrooomsandpeace

#8
(11-02-2019, 06:20 PM)superawesomename Wrote:
(11-02-2019, 03:59 PM)kingofcarbz Wrote: ^ can we please start having sources update their t/a to reflect the accurate t/a rather than desired one? Customers wouldn’t be expecting a 2-3 day t/a if the source didn’t claim to provide it, and they may not order from them at all if they knew the true wait time. It’s almost like gaining customers via deception and I don’t find that to be appropriate. Just an observation and suggestion based on it. This type of issue repeats itself far too often and the only real solution is going to be holding sources accountable for the t/a which they advertise.

I fully understand the sentiment brother, but by what process would you implement with the sources to adhere to to be held accountable?

Untimely T/A is no grounds for removal from the board, verification is credited towards bloodwork via user submission, and customers frequent the T/A subforum/source thread with current T/A regularly. It's entirely up to the individual to invest a fairly minimal amount of time into seeing the current climate of any given source. This is, like many things, one of the inherent consequences of underground work.

I totally agree that it shouldn’t be grounds for removal unless a repeat offense over an extended period of time. However there isn’t always an up to date t/a thread or post and not every customer should have to dig beyond what the source itself advertises on their thread (like, if a source is advertising a 5 day t/a that’s all a customer should need to look for, and that’s what their expectation should be—obviously bitching about like 6 days would be uncalled for still, but 14 days would not be). When it comes to things like “X day t/a subject to change” it is the sources responsibility (imo) to update that t/a when it does change from what they had advertised prior.


If a source is found to have a t/a that doesn’t reflect their advertised speed, a 30 day warning on the top of their thread in bold with something along the lines of “SOURCE T/A IS INACCURATE, ORDER WITH KNOWLEDGE THAT YOUR PACKAGE MAY TAKE AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME TO ARRIVE” or even one of those avatar headers similar to how we have like verified source, probationary source, etc only “T/A Issues”. Just a way to hold the source accountable, keep members aware, and ensure that anybody looking to place an order with them knows it’s going to potentially take longer than normal/advertised.

Just my opinion tho, no hard feelings if y’all don’t see eye to eye with me <3

#9
IDK, to me it is on the customer to do research, there are plenty of threads on here that show inconsistent t/a for this source. Plenty of other sources show consistent t/a so if you need it asap order from a source that maybe costs more but has a better system in place?

#10
(11-02-2019, 10:05 PM)99745 Wrote: IDK, to me it is on the customer to do research, there are plenty of threads on here that show inconsistent t/a for this source. Plenty of other sources show consistent t/a so if you need it asap order from a source that maybe costs more but has a better system in place?

Appreciate your input dude!

What is supposed to be more credible though... a random member's claims, or the claims made by the source itself? To me it makes sense to do extended research, absolutely, and I'm not at all saying we shouldn't look into things or encourage it, but ultimately allowing sources to misrepresent their t/a is only causing issues like these to arise (and it's been an ongoing issue with many sources who have come and gone for years now). Sources have to deal with threads like these where customers are rightfully complaining, and customers have to deal with a wait that would have likely caused them to order elsewhere had the source simply been truthful about their t/a. The only upside comes for the source who potentially gains a customer through deception, and from my POV that's not at all an appropriate business practice nor should it be encouraged/enabled by our board (currently we enable it by allowing it to take place). I would understand a source not keeping their t/a up to date if it were a hassle to do so, but it doesn't take any time or effort to change a few numbers on a thread to reflect their current t/a time. We're talking under 30 seconds.

Idk, maybe I'm more anal about it than others are, but this shit annoys me to no end and especially because we always hear the same regurgitated bullshit about "DEY NOT AMAZON DEY HAV LIVEZ TOO!" meanwhile the source is representing themselves like somebody with 'no life' who provides an Amazon-like t/a in their thread. If you're not a 'no lifer' providing an Amazon-like t/a, don't say that you are! Just flat out say you take up to 2,3,4 (whatever it truthfully is) weeks to send out some packs, and if the customers miraculously get it in less time than that, fuckin' awesome! It's always better to overshoot than undershoot when it comes to t/a, but for some reason (aka to attain customers who wouldn't order if they knew the true t/a) sources keep undershooting instead and this is what comes from it--dissatisfaction, hassle, annoyance and complaints. When's the last time we heard somebody complaining because their pack that was advertised to take up to 2 weeks arrived in 3 days? On the flip side, when's the last time we heard somebody complaining because their pack that was advertised to take 3 days took upwards of 2 weeks? The former, almost never meanwhile the latter, routinely.

Ultimately my goal here is to find a solution to avoid these dumb issues from continually reoccurring the way they have been for years now. That solution isn't going to be telling customers to look at all of the t/a reviews/posts from other customers. It just doesn't work and the proof is in the pudding as these issues continue to occur no matter how many times we tell them to. Instead we need to take an alternative approach that will actually be impactful in eliminating this issue to some degree (IMO).

Just wanna note that this isn't at all personal or directed towards misirah, it's been something taking place even before they were on the board and I've expressed discontent with it since then. Just don't want it coming off like I'm targeting them or anything, it isn't at all specific to them, not even close.





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