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S Monkey posted a topic in Dutch PassionHi all, I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts... I want to order some Dutch Passion seeds (colour mix 4). Though they are out of stock on Attitude Seeds, so I was considering ordering from Dutch Passion direct. Partly because they seem a lot cheaper from Dutch Passion website. Attitude Seeds = £54.99 + £4.50 = £59.49 Dutch Passion site = 50 euros (£41) no postage cost. Are there any disadvantages buying direct from Dutch Passion? Seems a lot better option if £18 cheaper. Postal responsibility? I am confused by the postal responsibility. I was under the impression that it was an internet sellers responsibility to ensure the item reaches the buyer, yet on the Dutch Passion site it states that regular (unrecorded/un-signed for) mail is my responsibility not theirs. I sell a lot on ebay and I know that it is my responsibility to get an item to the buyer and if it gets lost in the post I have to refund the buyer. So for higher value items I sell, I pay the extra cost of the recorded delivery as I don't want to cover the cost if it gets lost in the post. Attitude Seeds site seems similar they have a £4.50 postage option, or £7.99 for guaranteed delivery and they say "Do not add guarantee (£0.00) (buyer accepts responsibility)" I've also checked this on a european consumer website and it seems to confirm that it is the seller's responsibility. http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/shopping/online-shopping/faq/index_en.htm Any have any further thoughts on this? are they perhaps allowed to shift responsibility to the buyer by stating this? Thanks, S Monkey