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Probabaly the worst shipping practice I've seen.

rsmath

Active member
Nov 8, 2008
6,084
yep, has beat the ones I typically get when I buy h/c sets - throw the shipping label directly on a cardboard 300ct box or throw a 300ct box in a flat rate priority mail bubble mailer - both of which result in the 300ct box being dinged and dented and damaged cards inside.
 

DeliciousBacon

Well-known member
Apr 23, 2011
3,360
Warwick, RI
A few month ago, I had a package on my route that was literally just a paper bag, stapled at the top, with a shipping label stuck on it. It wasn't even tightly wrapped, it was as if someone dropped the item in a wrinkled old bag and said "eh, that'll do 'er". The amazing thing is that it went through the entire process without even a tear in it.
 

DubMentality

New member
Aug 22, 2017
5
Georgia
A few month ago, I had a package on my route that was literally just a paper bag, stapled at the top, with a shipping label stuck on it. It wasn't even tightly wrapped, it was as if someone dropped the item in a wrinkled old bag and said "eh, that'll do 'er". The amazing thing is that it went through the entire process without even a tear in it.
That's what was so surprising about my copy paper shipment. A piece of paper made it clean across the country without tearing!


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gvsu96

Active member
Aug 7, 2008
12,414
You can call me Milton
I once mailed a card taped to a 3x5 card once to a friend as a joke and it made it just fine. Tried mailing just the card in a toplader with a stamp on it but the PO said it was too small hence the 3x5 card.
 

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