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4 minutes ago, NecroMancer said:

Why won't UPS pick up my package?!


What can Brown do for me?!  They can pick up my elfing minis is what it can do for me!



Mine was only just picked up at Reaper at 6:49 TX time.  I refreshed the page once and it still showed no pick up, refreshed again, and it showed it In Transit from Denton.



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1 hour ago, Snowcone said:

I'm not available for Reaper Live. Can someone bring the paint situation to their attention?


I've emailed them with the issue I had, and they're sending new paints. I did let them know of the labeling confusion. Hopefully they've figured it out. 

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2 minutes ago, Ratmaster2000 said:

Mine is also picked up and in transit as well. And on a related note, asked about my *offer* I made, and they passed over it BOTH times, sooo...I guess...that's the answer:rock:

Maybe they would have taken it more seriously if you said you got an offer from wizkids lol

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Ok quick inventory and it appears Mossman miss the ride to Pflugerville. Oh well I can wait till they send me a replacement.  But hey I got all 24 paints and every other box and bag... And now my favorite  FULL INVENTORY of over 400 bones..... Seriously I have issues I love inventorying things



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19 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

@Ratmaster2000 - you may have better luck emailing them the offer if you're serious about helping them. They probably can't keep up with this forum too well right now. 

15 minutes ago, Sirithiliel said:


^ if you're offering just on the forums, odds are they aren't seeing it. 

Actually, that's why I asked if they read the reaperlive e-mails and/or send any kind of response or auto-response that they got them. I actually e-mailed them about the *offer*. I'll give them a few days, and maybe send it again?? We will see.


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1 hour ago, Cyradis said:


I've emailed them with the issue I had, and they're sending new paints. I did let them know of the labeling confusion. Hopefully they've figured it out. 


Are they promising to ship the paints soon? I was holding off until I got time to look through everything closely. I've done that for about half so far.

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