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Please briefly explain why you feel this user should be reported.

Took a chance on buying 30 drives from eBay, USPS says they care, prognosis isn’t good.

Took a chance on buying 30 drives from eBay, USPS says they care, prognosis isn’t good.

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  1. Yeah I agree with the general consensus from users, this isn’t USPSs fault. They are not the ones that package and sell the drivers they only deliver.

    Your best bet is to return the drives and buy from a seller that protects the drivers during shipping

  2. We deal in bulk used HDDs (and several other things) since 2002 and ship all over the world. And I can assure you , that’s not how you’re supposed to pack them for sure.

  3. Which Ebay seller? I’m looking to make a bulk buy and want to stay away from this asshat.

  4. Main reason I don’t sell drives, I generally stick them in the servers I sell as a bonus. They could arrive doa or run for 10 years but I didn’t charge for them.

  5. This should serve as a strong reminder that you get what you pay for. Yes, it’s true you can get create used drives on Ebay, but you risk this happening. When you buy new, you pay for peace of mind as much as you pay for a working device.

  6. What kind of drives are you looking for? I have a SAN just sitting in my garage with drives in it.

  7. If you got all of the drives they cared enough to collect all of them after a poor packing job by the seller. Good job USPS!

  8. This could be a couple things.

    1.) Box was damaged during shipment and USPS reboxed them very poorly.

    2.) The seller has a bunch of bad drives and is trying to make it look like it was USPS’s fault (or packaged them poorly enough that they’d fall apart during shipment because they didn’t care.)

    I would contact USPS and eBay and the seller. I always take a picture of the way I ship something before closing the box. eBay should know in case this is a scam the seller is doing.

  9. Hit the shithead seller with negative feedback. That’s not how you pack… anything! Nothing should be packed like that!

  10. Yikes! I’d be getting for a refund, using the photo as grounds for doing so.

    Sure all of them might have been dead before shipping but on the other hand all of them could have worked just fine prior to the seller shipping without any kind of packing materials.

  11. If they were packed like this and the seller will not fix it, you should be covered under eBay payment protection. This is unsuitable packaging for the product.

  12. It almost looks like the seller had some bad drives, and is trying to put the fault on the post office. I recently purchased some server pulled enterprise hard drives. The seller packed it better than many places ship new bare drives.

    There are good sellers and bad sellers everywhere. Generally speaking when someone spends the time to pack things correctly the items perform better or as well as you had hoped. As I said I have received new drives from Amazon shipped like this, which made me stop buying drives from Amazon, as there are so many better options.

  13. That’s not USPS fault. That’s the moron who sent them that just threw them in a box.