Shopify was cool, I had the email logs and the dude literally did a chargeback the day after I refunded him. They ruled in our favor almost immediately in our favor.
86% of people who bite my butt at work are those whom I do a favor to. Stopped doing favors since I realized that...
Where do these shitty behavious originate from? It is a side effect of Amazon's 'customer is never wrong' approach to retail? I never used to read about people doing habitual returns or being hostile toward businesses like this. The only charge back I've ever enacted was because an entire discography of CDs was never sent, the band refused to talk to me and I had one day left to do something about it.
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