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The fact the package was signed for is what is covered in the policy that should result in the claim being denied and the buyer being told to get it from the person that signed for it.

When it comes to claims, it is best to keep it simple.

One final question, we shipped the item to the buyers address - A Music School street address, but on the signature confirmation letter from USPS it says that the item was picked up from a PO Box (same city as the street address). Final question, what if the buyer leaves me negative feedback, anything I can do to remove it? I would send the customer a version of the Shanti INR letter and direct the buyer to follow up with the individual who signed for the package.

You should also let the buyer know that if he cannot find the item, this is concerning because someone must have stolen it.

Date()`" output: beamer_presentation: includes: after_body: in_header: slide_level: 3 ioslides_presentation: default slidy_presentation: default fontsize: 9pt --- Your example was not self-contained (I don't have access to your Dropbox folder so I have no idea what those files are).

I suggest that you upgrade packages instead of downgrading packages when running into problems, e.g. Anyway, without a reproducible example, it is hard to tell what went wrong.

Amazon does remove feedback but only if it violates policy (i.e.

personal information, product reviews, profanity, pricing, etc.).

Your example was not self-contained (I don't have access to your Dropbox folder so I have no idea what those files are).

The answer really depends on what is said if it it would reach the criteria for removal.

Hey Mav-Dav, Thank you so much for your detailed response, it is highly appreciated.

Date()`" output: beamer_presentation: includes: after_body: "~/Dropbox/Lecture 3/table-of-contents.txt" in_header: "~/Dropbox/Lecture 3/DOROS-beamer-header-simple.txt" slide_level: 3 ioslides_presentation: default slidy_presentation: default fontsize: 9pt --- ### Texts xxxxx --- title: "BS854 Bayesian Approach" author: "Gheorghe Doros" date: "`r Sys.

Date()`" output: beamer_presentation: includes: after_body: in_header: slide_level: 3 ioslides_presentation: default slidy_presentation: default fontsize: 9pt --- --- title: "BS854 Bayesian Approach" author: "Gheorghe Doros" date: "`r Sys.

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