Refusing Delivery, Outright.
This is my favourite complaint that I have read recently, just because it is so stupid.
My favourite band have just produced (and sold out of) a limited range of seasonal T-shirts, which retailed at $20. Postage to the UK, at $12, brought the cost to roughly £20, which is still pretty reasonable when you consider that’s at least the price you would pay at a gig these days.
Someone on the band page complained that he refused to pay that much for shipping. I just love the idea of someone going “I will buy this shirt, however I absolutely refuse to have it delivered to me!”
Here’s the relevant screenshot, edited to show the pertinent comments.
Incidently, contrary to what was written, none of Combichrist live in the UK. The studio band is just Andy LaPlegua, who relocated to Atlanta from Norway. The live band, and management, live variously in New York, Seattle, Los Angeles and elsewhere across the USA. They do, however, play in venues in and around Camden on their annual UK tours.
Regardless of which, you need to pay to have the shirt shipped from where it is, not from where the singer might live…
Cool shirt though.