Comment: Did not follow swap requirements. Swap stated "List your favorite color here." and this was not the color sent. My profile also states what my **favorite** color is but this was disregarded. I offered not to rate but the sender decided to put rude comments on the swap page as a result. Edit: I love how you think it is rude that I rate correctly when you put comments on the swap page. I did not refuse a resend. I said it was your choice and if you chose not to send then I would not rate but obviously that was not ok with you with the comment you left on the swap page. It's funny that you call me a liar when you are the one that seems to have problems. To you everyone that doesn't do what you want is 'rude'. BTW, I've swaped with AynE before, she's a great swapper and sends awesome stuff!
Response: Wow this was from March, how rude of you even after I explained how I made a mistake because I looked at your profile first and forgot to look at the listed colours. I offered MULTIPLE times to re-send and you kept saying "no" so I don't know why you are being rude and now rating down when you chose not to accept a re-send. And now you are lying saying you refused a re-send, if I could post the full messages here I would. You are the kind of person who makes swapping not fun, someone tries to make something right and you choose not to let them. You should get together with AynE and both of you can have fun being rude together.
Comment: I am rating the 3 because this was a resend, and while the second ATC showed effort and thought, part of any swap requirement is making sure that the swap arrives in good condition using adequate postage. You put the ATC in a previously used thin paper envelope, using white out to cover up the old address. You put a 2006, 39 cent stamp on it. The envelope arrived ripped and torn, damaging the ATC inside and 25 cents postage due.
I received a lecture from the postal clerk about reusing envelopes and that white out tends to get stuck in their automatic sorting machines, damaging the envelopes and requiring them to clean the sorting rollers. The reason I got it at all was because the zip code and my first name were not in the smeared white-out portions of the address, so it arrived in Kodiak and because they know me personally they knew who to give it too after I gave them 25 cents. I was willing to let this go, and simply not rate you rather than rate the 3. What has prompted me to do this is your comment about hoping that "my wild Irish hair falls out and that I suck." I do agree with the other statement, in the future I hope that you do avoid any swaps that I have signed up for, it would probably be mutually beneficial.
Regardless of whether I live in Alaska or just around the corner from you, part of the swap requirements are correct packaging and adequate postage, it is not a matter of pleasing me, it is a matter of policy.
Response: You were rude when you wrote me saying you didn't like my first ATC I was kind and still offered to re-send. The post office damaged the envelope even though it was completely covered in tape I can't be responsible for their actions. You aren't an easy person to get along with or to try and rectify a situation with. Below is the picture of the ATC I sent you that was damaged. Nothing more I can do since you said you give up and didn't want to be bothered with it anymore so I wasn't the one quitting on trying to make it right, you did. Thanks anyway, Erin go bragh.
My re-send ATC: