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Finally got a ship notice for my small order today.

In other USPS news, I had something shipped to me from a store two states over via priority, which usually takes two days. It's day 8 now, and tracking - which had it in town three days ago- now has it stuck in limbo being transferred to another destination with no updates and no further ETA. At one point it was due Monday.
My Arrow order hit NYC two weeks ago and is similarly bouncing around in the netherworld.

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Originally Posted by Paul_SD
Finally got a ship notice for my small order today.

In other USPS news, I had something shipped to me from a store two states over via priority, which usually takes two days. It's day 8 now, and tracking - which had it in town three days ago- now has it stuck in limbo being transferred to another destination with no updates and no further ETA. At one point it was due Monday.
My Arrow order hit NYC two weeks ago and is similarly bouncing around in the netherworld.
I don't know why, but USPS on the East Coast is a total mess right now. I had a package sent to me that just sat in New Jersey for several weeks without being scanned (after the arrival scan). Finally arrived about 5 weeks out.
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How long does this company take to ship ? It's 11 days now and order status says 'unfulfilled'
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How long does this company take to ship ? It's 11 days now and order status says 'unfulfilled'
I placed my order on 7/11. Got generic emails yesterday from UPS, & today from WAC.
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Originally Posted by MooMooMooMoo
I placed my order on 7/11. Got generic emails yesterday from UPS, & today from WAC.
thanks, I placed my order 7/10. Wrote them an email, says will be answered in 24 hrs, been 2 days since. Terrible
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Originally Posted by laidbacklarkin
thanks, I placed my order 7/10. Wrote them an email, says will be answered in 24 hrs, been 2 days since. Terrible
Like I mentioned above, this is very likely my last order from WAC. I called & emailed 2 companies & never got a reply. They also without consulting me for no good reason overturned my instructions to UPS. If the package does get stolen do to their actions, I will file a claim with my bank & Visa.

WTF is the point of having a sale, when all they're doing is making their customers angry?

For the Mods, they also use crap blank media.
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45 mins and counting on the phone listening to crappy music waiting for a customer service rep. No response to emails - 14 days since order was placed and order status = unfulfilled. This company has turned crappier

Update: 51 mins later, spoke to a rep. She was polite and apologetic. Order was shipped y'day scheduled for 7/29 delivery. Order status on site still shows 'Unfulfilled'. Why does WBA contract with such a third rate company like Araca Merchandise ?

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Originally Posted by laidbacklarkin
45 mins and counting on the phone listening to crappy music waiting for a customer service rep. No response to emails - 14 days since order was placed and order status = unfulfilled. This company has turned crappier

Update: 51 mins later, spoke to a rep. She was polite and apologetic. Order was shipped y'day scheduled for 7/29 delivery. Order status on site still shows 'Unfulfilled'. Why does WBA contract with such a third rate company like Araca Merchandise ?
I'm also concerned. Mine is supposed to be delivered today. I have my UPS account set so that any order goes to the local UPS store, due to theft & my house is hard to find. The fulfillment co for reasons unknown marked the order that it must go to my home & not to the UPS store. I have called both Rockpoint (fulfillment house) & WAC; & emailed both. No response. WAC I got the same hold as you, & Rockpoint's vm boxes are full. And with UPS I ALWAYS get untrained people in Asia for cs. If this order does not arrive by end of day Monday; I'm filing a dispute with my bank.

I don't know who Arrica is; mine went through Rockpoint.

And on top of everything else, since Rockpoint idiotically refused to let them deliver to the UPS store, I have to stay home all day any day it MIGHT be delivered to prevent theft. Not sure who I despise more: Wac, Rockpoint or UPS.

This is my LAST direct order from WAC. End of story.

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Originally Posted by MooMooMooMoo
I'm also concerned. Mine is supposed to be delivered today. I have my UPS account set so that any order goes to the local UPS store, due to theft & my house is hard to find. The fulfillment co for reasons unknown marked the order that it must go to my home & not to the UPS store. I have called both Rockpoint (fulfillment house) & WAC; & emailed both. No response. WAC I got the same hold as you, & Rockpoint's vm boxes are full. And with UPS I ALWAYS get untrained people in Asia for cs. If this order does not arrive by end of day Monday; I'm filing a dispute with my bank.

I don't know who Arrica is; mine went through Rockpoint.
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It keeps getting better. I called UPS (aka oops) ar 7 PM, where if is my package? "I guarantee it will be there buy 9" "Well what can you do to guarantee it will come Saturday if it is not here not here by 9?" "I'll send a message to your local office (though we no longer give out the phone number huh-uh huh-uh!"
At 8 PM I got a text that for no stated reason (the package had been on the truck) it would not arrive until Monday.

I. AM. Done. With. Wac. I wish I could be done with UPS. For 15 years I lived 15 or so miles north of here; 1 issue in all those years. Where I live now, if they don't route the package to the local UPS store LIKE THEY'RE SUPPOSED TO, it's GUARANTEED their will be multiple issues. I have asked Amazon to NEVER use UPS with me. They agreed. Other companies don't offer that (this was actually supposed to ship media mail.

If it wasn't for Covid all but forcing us to stay home anyway, I would be even more furious. That's AT LEAST 2 entire days lost to UPS' incompetence.
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34 minutes after sending me a text that delivery had been moved to Monday, the package was left at my back door without ringing the bell (I actually have a note up asking USPS, Fed Ex & UPS to ring the door bell............... UPS truly brings a new meaning to corporate incompetence.
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Originally Posted by MooMooMooMoo
34 minutes after sending me a text that delivery had been moved to Monday, the package was left at my back door without ringing the bell (I actually have a note up asking USPS, Fed Ex & UPS to ring the door bell............... UPS truly brings a new meaning to corporate incompetence.
They don't care, none of them do. They're all overworked or distracted by their cell phones, policies are almost optional to follow. The worst are Amazon delivery people, throw the package right in front of the gate in full view of porch pirates. And to add insult to injury, they send you pictures of their proud work as delivery confirmation.Two weeks ago, I had a $1000 Nikon lens package just left in front of the gate by UPS - I had it insured for that sum and so had provided content details of the package, so you'd think they'd be some labeling or alert on the label/shipping process to at least secure a signature on delivery (I thought all high value packages do that by default) but no, tossed just outside the gate.
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At least I have a really good postal carrier. He's even given me his cell phone # with permission to call him if I have trouble with any of the "relief drivers". (apparently USPS drivers only work 4 days a week). Unfortunately, he's out for 2+ months due to surgery.
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As of Friday I've finally gotten everything that had been in transit or had shipped out or ordered in weeks prior including a WA and the Arrow Summer Camp orders

I've still got a Severin and Kino package coming, but those just shipped out this week.

Looks like we can expect delays to continue at least up till January 20th and possibly longer.

Taken from Fortune magazine (though the link is no longer working)
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Trump-backed postmaster general plans to slow mail delivery
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“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” So goes the unofficial motto of the United States Postal Service (USPS), adapted in 1912 from The Persian Wars by Herodotus and inscribed in the stone atop the main USPS building in New York City.

The inscription, however, leaves out the quest for profit, which is currently threatening the "swift" delivery of mail.

Americans have come to depend on the modern iteration of the Postal Service to quickly deliver lifesaving medicines, election ballots, bills, checks, and other goods through rough weather, world wars, natural disasters, and pandemics. Nearly 6,190 USPS employees, deemed essential workers, have tested positive for COVID-19, and more than 60 have died.

But now, as the cash-strained Postal Service faces what union leadership is calling “Christmas every day for package delivery” and an impending November presidential election that will likely necessitate an unprecedented increase in vote-by-mail ballots, it appears that the 108-year-old credo may have met its match in new Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.

“These changes are happening because there’s a White House agenda to privatize and sell off the public Postal Service,” said Mark Dimondstein, president of the American Postal Workers Union. “But there’s too much approval for the organization right now. They want to separate the service from the people and then degrade it to the point where people aren’t going to like it anymore.”

The end of overtime work and other changes come as the Postal Service staff finds itself stretched thin. Nearly 40,000 workers have had to quarantine for two weeks after exposure to the virus, according to sources close to the USPS.


Data obtained by the American Postal Workers Union, which represents about 200,000 postal workers, shows that nearly 20% of all work by mail handlers, city carriers, and postal drivers is done in overtime.

There are no plans to hire more employees to make up for the cut in hours. Because the Postal Service is required by law to pre-fund 75 years’ worth of retiree health benefits for new hires, it is generally thought of as more cost-efficient to increase overtime rather than hire new employees.

“Overtime will be eliminated…If the plants run late they will keep the mail for the next day,” reads an internal memo reviewed by Fortune. “If we cannot deliver all the mail due to call offs or shortage of people and you have no other help, the mail will not go out.”

The memo warns that “this is the first wave of changes that will be coming to USPS this year,” and that “we all must have a different mindset to keep the USPS alive.” The memo points to Bethlehem Steel, GM, and Packard Electric (all corporations, not public services) as companies that faltered because they “did not want to change and be profitable.”

Another memo, entitled, “Pivoting for Our Future,” warns that “one aspect of these changes that may be difficult for employees is that—temporarily—we may see mail left behind or mail on the workroom floor or docks, which is not typical.” But, the memo explains, “this is a critical time for us, when decisive, quick, and meaningful action is needed.” The mail left behind would presumably be delivered at a later date, though the document doesn't clearly state that.


Critics of the changes say they don’t see how minimizing mail delivery efforts will lead to an increase in revenue. Empirically, the opposite has occurred. In late 2011, the USPS announced nearly $3 billion in service cuts that slowed first-class mail delivery for the first time in 40 years. It ended the 2012 fiscal year with a record net loss of $15.9 billion, compared to a net loss of $5.1 billion for the same period the year before.

“Every time we’ve slowed down mail, we’ve lost revenue,” said Dimondstein. The new postmaster general, he said, instituted sweeping policy change after just one month in his position and without consulting any unions or representatives with deep institutional knowledge.

“These seem to be arbitrary decisions. If you slow down mail and packages, people are going to go elsewhere to get deliveries,” he said.

The Postal Service was losing money at an unsustainable pace before the COVID-19 crisis, but it has seen a precipitous drop in revenue since. For this fiscal year, which ends Oct. 1, the USPS is predicting a revenue loss of $13 billion due to COVID-19. That’s on top of the nearly $9 billion the USPS had been losing annually before the pandemic.

In order to keep the Postal Service afloat, advocates are asking Congress for $25 billion in immediate assistance, a $25 billion modernization grant to overhaul infrastructure, and $14 billion in debt forgiveness. The Postal Service Board of Governors, which consists of three Republicans (all appointed by President Donald Trump) and two Democrats, unanimously approved of the ask in April.


But Trump has repeatedly said that he refuses to sign any legislation with a USPS bailout provision. “The Postal Service is a joke,” said the President in May. His administration nixed a bipartisan attempt to provide $13 billion to the Postal Service in March and previously recommended measures to privatize parts of the service.

The Trump administration's efforts have been met with backlash: The USPS is the most well-liked government agency in the country according to Pew, with a 91% favorability rating. Another poll found that 92% of American voters said they supported direct financial aid for USPS as part of the next coronavirus relief bill.

Dimonstein took particular umbridge with comparisons to private institutions like Bethlehem Steel.

“A private business can make arbitrary business decisions, but we’re not a private business. We’re a service,” he said, adding that even during the best of times the USPS wasn't run with the goal of bringing in a big profit. “I guess that the postmaster general must think it’s the Wild West, and he’s the new sheriff.”

The Postal Reorganization Act of 1970, he pointed out, requires “prompt, reliable, and efficient services to patrons in all areas,” in its first paragraph.


The Postal Service is required by the Constitution to serve everyone in the country equally and with uniform rates. The USPS is the only universal provider of mail service and has been a low-cost anchor for the mailing industry, helping to keep private mail service rates down. A recent analysis by the Institute for Policy Studies found that, without the USPS, 70 million more Americans would have to pay hefty surcharges for deliveries.

But the agency has been rapidly losing money since a 2006 law, passed with the support of the George W. Bush administration, required USPS to pre-fund employee retiree health benefits for 75 years in the future. That means the Postal Service must pay for the future health care of employees who have not even been born yet. The burden accounted for an estimated 80% to 90% of the agency’s losses before the pandemic.

Critics call the law “draconian” and say that it was created with the intention of leading the Postal Service toward privatization. No other federal agency bears this burden.

In a statement to Fortune, the Postal Service said that it was currently “developing a business plan to ensure that we will be financially stable,” which will be presented to the Board of Governors once finalized and will “focus on the Postal Service’s strengths to maximize our prospects for long-term success.” But for now, it is “taking immediate steps to increase operational efficiency by reemphasizing existing plans that have been designed to provide prompt and reliable service within current service standards.”

Union leaders say they don’t understand how plans to slow mail delivery services lead to an increase in efficiency.


Dimonstein points to a decision to cancel extra truck trips from processing stations to post offices. Each mail truck, he said, can only hold so many containers of mail. When volume goes up, as package volume has during shelter-in-place orders, workers will make an extra trip to make sure everything gets delivered on time. Without those extra trips, packages and mail will sit at the station for at least an additional day. But as volume continues, a snowball effect occurs where days can grow into weeks.

“It’s outrageous. It’s an arbitrary act,” said Dimonstein.



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While my issues had nothing to do with the postal service, the article Paul posted is a reminder to vote your best interests, whatever they may be; & don't forget that on many dvd/blu orders from Europe we're now paying more than double the shipping we paid in May, 100% due to our president.

Whatever side everyone is on, I hope you vote in November!
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I get the frustration -- my mail's been a particular mess over the past couple of weeks too -- but let's keep politics out of this.
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I'll drop it, but the incoming international postage increase is real, & it did occur for the reason I stated. It is factual.

As far as that WAC order; it's even more Foobarred , though 1/2 of it is my fault:

I already had the WAC of Blackmail; I forgot to update the Excel sheet of my collection (there's a lesson somewhere here....) & the other dvd in the order, "Operation Heartbeat" is the ONLY bad Eddie Robinson film I've ever seen. Though it was by no fault of EGR's; the script & the other actors were beyond bad. It was an end of career TV show guest appearance that got extended into a movie. I don't have words for how bad it was!
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Anyone have an issue with contacting customer support. I am having a playback issue with one of the discs. I have sent an email two months ago with no response other than the automated "We received your email...". I sent another one a couple of weeks ago. Still nothing. If there is another thread I should be posting this in, let me know, please.
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Anyone have an issue with contacting customer support. I am having a playback issue with one of the discs. I have sent an email two months ago with no response other than the automated "We received your email...". I sent another one a couple of weeks ago. Still nothing. If there is another thread I should be posting this in, let me know, please.
While I've never received a bad blu-ray from WAC, I have found WAC's CS to be non existent. They do use mediocre blank media for the burned dvd-r's.

If it's a burned dvd, the first thing I would suggest is to try ripping it & burning to a new disc. If it's a blu, are there any visible scratches? Sometimes a gentle wiping with a soft cloth will remove specs of dirt/dust that cause errors.

Course of last resort if you are not beyond the time limit set by your bank or Paypal is to file a dispute & get your money back.
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Anyone have an issue with contacting customer support. I am having a playback issue with one of the discs. I have sent an email two months ago with no response other than the automated "We received your email...". I sent another one a couple of weeks ago. Still nothing. If there is another thread I should be posting this in, let me know, please.
What disc?



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Thanks for the responses. The disc is "A Patch of Blue". There are no scratches on it. I have tried to clean it with a cloth to no avail. Thanks for the idea about filing a dispute with the bank. I will give that a shot.
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You might want to try to message them on facebook or leave complaint on their page. Some of these companies will get you help through facebook.
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Sale is on:
https://www.wbshop.com/collections/w...hive-4-for-44?
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Hurry, offer ends on 11/30 at 11:59pm PST

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They have some great items on sale as well but if not buying from the 4 for $44 sale, then shipping is only free if order is over $150 (say what? Ugh). I've got over $100 of stuff and they will be charging $13.99 for shipping. Guess I will have to keep looking or skip the sale

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