RE: [btvsrpg-eden] Vote for Army of Darkness!
> It's not reasonableThat depends on who you pre-order from. My local shop
> to expect a games
> >company to have your money for years and you not to
> have the product you
> >paid for.
> Normally when you Pre-order, they just take your CC
> info. They don't actually charge you until the item
> actually ships
will charge your card when you pre-order. Which means
I'm out like $23 bucks or something (he gives a
discount if you pay when you pre-order). At this
point I paid for the book over a year ago and the
money is gone one way or another.
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- Eden does not charge credit cards when pre-orders are made. We charge
the card once the product arrives in house and just we ship it to the
consumer. Furthermore, on product that is much later than expected,
we almost always email the orderer to make sure they still want the
product (very time-consuming but appropriate, in my view).
If your local retailer charges your card for a pre-order, that's an
issue between you and the retailer. Eden has no claim to that money,
and no control over it.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Friday, June 30, 2006 7:35 pm
Subject: Re: [btvsrpg-eden] Vote for Army of Darkness!
> In a message dated 6/30/06 4:51:12 PM, cdellario@whatif-
> > I appreciate that Eden is a small company, and I also believe
> that the
> > people who work there are really nice. However, were I one of
> > folks who preordered Welcome_to_Sunnydale when it first became
> available> then yes, I think I would be. It's not reasonable to
> expect a games
> > company to have your money for years and you not to have the
> product you
> > paid for.
> Wait, is that how the pre-ordering works? I assumed they only
> charged when
> the product was actually shipped.
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