Genuinely sorry to hear that, Raggie.when its cold and raining ill stick with wool. ive been cold not like you been cold ive been poor and cold no way to heat up. so cold i was afraid be a ice pop. so now i have money im trying to prevent being cold
I have a massive amount of experience on Etsy.Most people who are looking for wool blankets understand the value of them, and they sell for pretty substantial prices on eBay and Etsy.
In another prep thread I mentioned that I keep a few fleece blankets in my trunk. Another member suggested carrying a sleeping bag instead because the inside of a car gets cold very quickly and a bag is much warmer. I argued that it rarely gets below 20F in the winter in NJ, and then when I checked, I found that I was wrong!I wanted a wool blanket to carry in my vehicle in case I get stranded in the winter, and for camping, although I've seldom needed it for either. I got mine off of ebay, probably over 15 years ago. Not sure what I paid, maybe $40 approx. It's an army surplus WWII model, like new. Has the US logo stamped on it, and still has the old tag with the 1940 something date. I keep it rolled up in a pillow case in my truck.
PayPal does absolutely the least it can to help buyers anymore. It’s absolutely ridiculous the lengths they go to NOT to help you.When I shop somewhere that I think may have questionable reliability, I pay with PayPal, which is backed up/funded with a debit card.
That should give me some level of protection, regarding getting my money back.
As far as I know we only bought ONE thing on etsy, it was a mickey mouse globe for the front post light. We were satisfied with the purchase.