A 64MB SD card ordered by a friend from e-buyer was almost inadvertently thrown away - it came in a huge cardboard box filled with large plastic airbubbles and the courier advised, before my friend signed for the delivery, that he thought the box was empty.
In the end, after tipping everything out of the box and checking it out, the tiny SD card and its wallet came to light.
How much did that SD card cost to deliver and which brainless employee despatched it in that form?
I take it your friend had put in an order and a package from the company that the order was requested from arrived. The clear assumption would be that the package contained the product that was ordered. I am afraid some people have a compulsion to look for fault whether legitimate or not.
Perhaps if you had read my posting a little more carefully you would have gleaned that an SD card, which is about the same size as a first class postage stamp, was despatched in a large cardboard box (more than capable of housing a 17in monitor) that contained masses of large plastic air bubble protection sheets.
If that doesn't strike you as being the work of someone seemingly lacking a certain level of intelligence, then I despair.
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