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Still waiting on all of mine (level 7).

Ouch.

The only thing I'd suggest is for you to email Richard. Try not to be negative, write it as more of a reminder to him that you're still waiting for your level 7 rewards. Then wait... And likely wait some more...

 

Good luck!

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The only thing I'd suggest is for you to email Richard. Try not to be negative, write it as more of a reminder to him that you're still waiting for your level 7 rewards. Then wait... And likely wait some more...

 

Good luck!

 

 

 

I would add to this suggestion for anyone still waiting

 

Make sure to list your real name and if not the same your indiegogo name and your forum name if you post on OW forum.

 

A few times people were mentioning items or making inquiries on the OW forum and it was realized that with three names involved it was possible Richard was not sure who each of them really were.

 

Restate you address just to make sure Richard has it even if it has not changed.

 

And last if you are one of the backers waiting for the rest of your stuff because you did get something sent to you, be sure to list what you got and what you are still waiting for.

 

And to repeat "Try not to be negative, write it as more of a reminder to him that you're still waiting"  I know how hard it is but any negativity IMO will just not get you anything.

 

The above is all just IMO.

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All good suggestions, agree wholeheartedly.

 

Email trail...

May - got response within a day or two indicating stuff would be sent at the end of the week

June - got response a couple of weeks later indicating stuff would be sent in the next couple of days

Sept - no response

Nov - no response

Dec (two weeks ago) - no response

 

I use my real name, and email messages have been very polite.   Have provided address information twice at least.   Customer service just ain't his thing...

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All good suggestions, agree wholeheartedly.

 

Email trail...

May - got response within a day or two indicating stuff would be sent at the end of the week

June - got response a couple of weeks later indicating stuff would be sent in the next couple of days

Sept - no response

Nov - no response

Dec (two weeks ago) - no response

 

I use my real name, and email messages have been very polite.   Have provided address information twice at least.   Customer service just ain't his thing...

I went through the exact same lack of responses and false promises. I still am as I haven't heard anything about the sets I was missing.

Just keep plugging away and keep posting, politely, on the Indigogo project page. Believe me, I know how frustrating that is to do without getting any acknowledgement back.

Keep us informed.

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I was missing the Wizard cart from my package, but I decided I'd let it go. I thought a message to Richard asking for a replacement (requiring him to find more money in what's clearly a pretty desperate situation), would be doing nobody any favours.

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I was missing the Wizard cart from my package, but I decided I'd let it go. I thought a message to Richard asking for a replacement (requiring him to find more money in what's clearly a pretty desperate situation), would be doing nobody any favours.

Yep. As I said earlier, I'd rather see him fill pledge rewards for folks who haven't received anything yet, or have only received a small portion of it, than spending time and money on the few things I'm still owed.

 

I still think he should be made aware when things are missing though.

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All good suggestions, agree wholeheartedly.

 

Email trail...

May - got response within a day or two indicating stuff would be sent at the end of the week

June - got response a couple of weeks later indicating stuff would be sent in the next couple of days

Sept - no response

Nov - no response

Dec (two weeks ago) - no response

 

I use my real name, and email messages have been very polite.   Have provided address information twice at least.   Customer service just ain't his thing...

Well it's been a few weeks and I was just wondering if Dropbear or any other backers here still waiting have seen any progress on getting their pledge rewards.

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