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Thread: Stupid costly Error

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    Super Member carolaug's Avatar
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    I called Accuquilt from work on break...and asked if she could check to see if I already ordered the 2 1/2 inch strip die for the studio...I have ordered a lot and many just came in...so have not had time to see which ones I have...any how she checked and said NO...so I ordered it...I just started going though my dies and opening them...I do have a 2 1/2 inch strip die that came with the set when I ordered the studio....Aurgh...the one I ordered just shipped...to late to cancel...great...just what I needed...two 2 1/2 strip dies...and it very costly to ship so NO....I will not be selling it on Ebay. ; (

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    Sorry for your costly error. Sometimes it's nice to have a spare.

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    I already have one for the GO too....so that is Three of the same die...I knew I had the one for the GO just did not know I already had one for the Studio. The 2 1/2 inch strip die is used so often.
    Quote Originally Posted by KatFish
    Sorry for your costly error. Sometimes it's nice to have a spare.

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    When the order is delivered tell them your not going to accept it! and call accu and tell them you want a refund because you had inquired if you had one and were told no.
    and if you end up with it, ask accu to send you a returned shipping lable or have the delivery company come pick it up. just a few ideas
    good luck
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    A job just intrudes way too much on our quilting time - so glad I'm now retired! Still find it difficult to find enough time after chores to spend in my studio!

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    can you write return to send on the box and have it sent back?

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    Don't feel too badly, I have two of the geese dies. My fault though, I was so excited about getting the dies and I was ordering them from different sellers on Amazon Marketplace. After all was said and done, though, I still saved about $200 on dies even when the extra die was included that I would have paid through Accuquilt.

    Hi, I've been lurking since a week ago yesterday. I absolutely love this board, it is the best I've ever seen!

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    Welcome lyndaoo!

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    welcome aboard lyndaloo

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    Welcome Lyndaloo from West Tennesse

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