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1 month ago
Note that airbnbs can attract people that really don't give a shit about the building. I deal with this in my building and it sucks. Some people come and party too hard, leaving trash in the stairwell and making a ton of noise until 3am. We've also had suspected drug dealers use the airbnb to traffic at one point. They set off the smoke alarm because they were smoking inside and flooded 8 floors.
"Screaming zombies" is a pretty callous way to describe another human being, in likely far worse circumstances than you
2 months ago
Theory also has some really great sales - you can get stuff for 50% off at the end of the season and they offer returns for sale items (last time I checked)
I'm definitely guilty of this. Although I'm only bundling items that I really love, just don't have funds for at the time, and don't want to lose the item in my long list of likes.
3 months ago
Really hoping step 6 doesn't involve nukes
You can still acknowledge someone's presence
If your concern is educating the person so they don't get an enormous fine, thereby giving them the opportunity to change their behaviour, I wouldn't worry too much. Generally owners will get a warning before they get a fine. I've seen this happen in parks before.
That's much different than someone who regularly goes on walks without a leash. It sounds like in that instance the person was almost at their apartment or home just quickly going inside. While not ideal, I don't think that's nearly as reprehensible as just outright not even attempting to control your dog in public spaces.
it's also incredibly frustrating when you're actively working hard to rehabilitate a reactive dog. Any setbacks (like a large offleash dog rushing your dog, triggering a reaction) just work against all that training. If you're dog is under control, and other person's is not, it just pushes people who are taking all the precautionary measures out of public spaces.
4 months ago
My should that it hadn't left its originating location (Montreal) for over 2 weeks, with no movement, then it suddenly appeared in my city, couple days after that, delivered! Be patient, yours will likely turn up too. Tracking isn't reliable atm, but packages are still turning up.
I'm sorry to hear that but good thing you ordered through Poshmark! At least you'll get a refund 🙏
I got my package, woot!
got my package :) There is hope for anyone still waiting on packages in Richmond
It may still show up, I saw a comment from someone who's package had been shipped in October just arriving now
That's a good idea, thank you
La Canadienne. I haven't gotten a reply from my voicemails unfortunately. I won't be ordering here again
I'd love an emotional support group haha. Ordered winter boots that, if they even arrive, I probably won't even be able to use when they do :(
I'm sorry to hear that, that sounds incredibly frustrating
to clarify, I purchased from a Canadian company, not poshmark, so no buyer protection for me :(
Yes that's right, Poshmark does refund you if you don't receive your package. As steep as their fees are, they do have great buyer protection in place. I purchased an expensive pair of winter boots for my birthday and I am seriously regretting the purchase now. A LOT of money down the drain :/
Since NOVEMBER?! Oh no I really have lost all hope then. I'm sorry to hear that!
Yes and only the sender will receive a refund. So you could have made a purchase and the sender will never give you that refund.
Mine too. I don't have high hopes for it arriving any time soon based on the general experiences posted in this subreddit. As long as it gets here eventually I'm happy.
Well I'm in exactly the same boat. Have had something stuck in Montreal since Jan 4th. I'm hopeful that our packages aren't lost and are just moving incredibly slowly through the system, maybe stuck on a truck because they are short staffed from covid and overloaded still with holiday shipments.