the_wizard_666 Has Written 2 Reviews Canada BTRs

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Calgary, Alberta, CanadaCanada
Has traded with 74 Different Traders (100 total trades) [+1 pending]
Ratings are excellent [99%] [74 ratings]
Last login: on 14-Jul-2009 at 11:18pm
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Deal Preference: Trade or Buy
I Trade: Video Games (Any format)
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the_wizard_666 Has Written 2 Reviews Canada BTRs2-Aug-2009
Status: active
Aliases: The buthead who will not send
Email: the_wizard_6669@hotmail.com
Emails: the_wizard_6669@hotmail.com
Address: Michael A. Zazulak 35 Fonda Green S.E. Calgary, Alberta Canada T2A 5S4
Reporter: JPI

So did you send? I plan on doing a BTR report in the next few days. You may want to send.....
on 8-Jul-2009 at 10:09am the_wizard_666 Holy crap, I just got back in town and realized I didn't get this off before I left. Family emergency. It'll be off ASAP, sorry about this man! I don't know what to say, there's no excuse for it.
on 5-Jul-2009 at 2:19pm JPI If no responce by july 8th will mark you down for a BTR. Your call.
on 25-Jun-2009 at 1:42pm JPI You plan on sending some time this year?
on 8-Jun-2009 at 11:26pm the_wizard_666 Hey, just so you know I'll be sending out as soon as I get cash for postage. Should be getting some on the weekend, so it should be out Monday. Just didn't want to worry you.
on 8-Jun-2009 at 9:38pm JPI I sent on 8-Jun-2009.
on 4-Jun-2009 at 9:42pm JPI JPI's address:

J. Gill
2111 Meadowview Drive
Petaluma, CA 94954
on 4-Jun-2009 at 9:42pm the_wizard_666 the_wizard_666's address:

Michael A. Zazulak
35 Fonda Green S.E.
Calgary, Alberta Canada
T2A 5S4
on 4-Jun-2009 at 9:42pm JPI Offer Accepted
on 4-Jun-2009 at 9:42pm the_wizard_666 Pending trade created.

on 3-Jun-2009 at 10:27pm the_wizard_666 Offer Created


This guy does not respond to messages and has not sent his end of deal. Now ignoring me.

Likes: Video Games, Trigun, Hockey, Rugby
Dislikes: Cats!

Quote: The individualist without strategy who takes opponents lightly will inevitably become the captive of others. - Sun Tzu
Comment:

Funny things that come up in offers:

I have bought from and shipped to people from Canada before , shipping first class is not 10 dollars , sorry but I'll pass . . . .


Hmm...last I checked, we didn't even HAVE first class shipping in Canada. Taking a quick peek on Canada Post's website, we have the following options:

Xpresspost USA
Expedited Parcel USA
Small Packet
Letter-post

The item in question here was a boxed NES game, meaning that even IF they accepted a cartridge in a bubble mailer as letter mail, which my PO does NOT allow, it would still negate that option by being too large. Now, I NEVER ship boxed items in a bubble mailer unless the buyer accepts the risk of damage, and even then I take appropriate steps to ensure it's safe arrival. But for the sake of this argument, I will simply say it would be shipped in a box...that way I don't have to tack on $2.50 for the cost of the bubble mailer.
So the three remaining options to ship to the US for a parcel weighing up to 1lb, plus the cost to ship, are as follows:
Xpresspost USA (3-5 business days) - $17.95 to $21.10
Expedited Parcel USA (6-12 business days) - $11.85 to $13.40
(Note that both of these options include Delivery Confirmation and are insured up to $100 CDN. Also, additional insurance may be purchased, at an extra cost.)
Small Packet Air (4-10 business days) - $8.55 This is how I ship
Small Packet Surface (6-12 business days) - $7.20
(Note that both Small Packet options DO NOT include Delivery Confirmation, and DO NOT have the option to have it added to them. DC is only available on Xpresspost and Expedited parcels. Packets are insured for up to $100, however, the option for additional insurance is merely a fantasy.)
Now you may be asking, "If $8.55 is what it costs for the option you use, why do you charge $10?" Simple - it covers miscellaneous expenses, such as PayPal fees, travel time to the post office (gas ain't cheap people!), etcetera. Most times, I actually LOSE money when I charge $10 to ship an item. So don't be offended when I laugh at your offers of $5 shipped...that may be what the item is worth, but I do like to MAKE money seling things, not LOSE money.

And for those who wish to see for themselves, and see the entire breakdown, go to http://www.canadapost.ca/personal/tools/pg/prices/... and take a peek.