Post # 1
So about a week ago I purchased a diamond candle from Ebay, and this morning I have an email saying my payment was refunded. No explanation why, so I tried emailing the seller using the email address, the message failed to send. Slightly odd.
Had to message them through ebay.
I really wanted a diamond candle boo 🙁
But at least I can spend the money on Christmas presents now 🙂
ETA: Oh and they also sold one AFTER they sold one to me and that transaction hasn’t been refunded, really irritated now.
Post # 3
I would send them a FB message. My cousin had to do that to get special shipping to Alaska. I think that they are still smal enough that they would work with you if you really wanted it.
Post # 4
You can use a proxy shipping company to overcome stuff like that. My H buys snowboarding and motorcycling gear from the USA becaus even with the postage it is much cheaper. You just need to use a freight forwarding company. I do it with buying clothes from the USA as well that don’t have retailers here.
Post # 5
Hmm yeah maybe I could ask my relatives if they could forward it for me 🙂 Or just ask for one for Christmas from them, they have been starting to ask what I want so I think I will do that 🙂
Post # 6
Ok there is no problem shipping to Australia, it just fell and smashed before the seller could pack it. Was able to get some Christmas shopping done with the refunded money 🙂
Post # 7
hi there, i am new here but this caught my eye. I have bought from gem candles, same things but they are also moisturising oil candles. really amazing.
their webite is http://www.gemcandles.com.au they also personalise them and we are wanting to get our table bonbonniere done by them. saving up the money!
Post # 8
@Petra15: Thanks for sharing that 🙂 At the moment I have been buying from Candle Jewels which have some amazing scents 🙂