Minus the weapon, that I didn't want even if it had been included, this is what I received: a tan/light brown action figure body, the hands of which and extra head connectors are inside a small zip lock bag; and a brown action figure body with hands attached. What's the problem you ask? BOTH ARE MISSING THEIR LEFT FEET and I am screaming. (Go ahead, click the image to enlarge it.) What looks like an action figure brochure is actually the collapsed and folded boxes for each figure that the seller could have used to ship the figures in instead of a bubble wrap envelope.
The Back Story:
The Head Play Michael Jordan head that I ordered and received last week needed a body. None of the bodies I have on hand fit. So I immediately went to eBay in search of a body for Michael and another head that I plan to purchase later. I emailed a couple of sellers to be sure that I ordered bodies that would fit Michael and the other head. I was told that 1:6 TTL bodies would fit both.
Next, I narrowed down the best price/shipping combination. One seller in Hong Kong had the bodies for $18.99 each with free shipping. The selected US seller had them for $19.99 each with free shipping. "What's a dollar?" I thought. "I'll support the US seller and probably receive the bodies quicker than I would if I order from the HK seller." So that's what I did.
The bodies arrived today as shown in a bubble wrap envelope, which was damaged in transit and re-taped by the PO after the left feet, which were probably loose in the package (if ever in there at all), fell out. Stamped twice in red letters on the front of the re-sealed envelope is my exact description of these two figures: RECEIVED IN BAD CONDITION.
I didn't realize the seller's free shipping meant the use of a bubble wrap mailer.
I am awaiting the seller's reply to the notification I sent regarding this situation.
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