I'm shocked it's taken this long.
That's really what I'm thinking.
The "wrong item" BS is what they did during the last tiv glitch I was involved in (ds my horse and me, yard sale hidden treasures, ben 10 wii,etc). Only 25% of my submissions were accepted. I think it just depends on who opens your stuff for inspection. Luckily I had five hundred bucks worth of stuff accepted today that was received on the 28th of last month phew. I do have a bunch of stragglers showing up over the next few days, but I'm expecting the worse.
Still rather hating on myself for giving away Road Rash for 80 cents when I could have gotten $30 less than a week later.
I sold our house during the boom that I couldve sold for $120,000.00 more a year later, talk about self hating.
At least they don't resort to bans and actually try to fix their problems while providing a decent trade-in alternative to bby/gs. Normally I'm not an amazon apologist but this whole situation reeked of up and for the most part they've made good on it for whatever reason.
YES!!! Really it was a nice gift for any items accepted. If rejected items were purchased specifically for trade in, well there is always the RISK/reward part of the equation to consider. If you do this long enough, you eventually have to factor that in when deciding whether or not to buying stuff to trade in, locked TIV or not. It's even more risky when youre on the left coast like me, cause of the extra time required to ship.
Edited by Toss, 04 October 2012 - 07:42 PM.