Sunday, January 20, 2013

Damaged Knitting Machine During Shipping

This video is of a Seller receiving an electronic machine back damaged.  The Buyer, who sent it back to the Seller did not pack it correctly.

Last month, I purchased another electronic machine from a great Seller who packed it correctly but during shipping process the end of the machine was damaged (worse than in this video), needle bed was bent and circuit board was damaged rendering it unusable.

When buying, all you can do is pick-up a machine yourself or make sure the Seller packs it very well and hope the shipping company does not damage it.  This has happened 2x to me when buying a machine.  ALWAYS have the Seller insure the machine for the purchase price including the shipping charges.

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