Imagine your grail(s) - super expensive.
You buy one online, but the seller - a huge mega store with an army of sales reps - accidentally sends you 2.
They never caught their own mistake, so they're not going to contact you.
What do you do?
Send them back? Keep them?
I ask this because on another thread about CONUS shipping, some people raised the issue of buyer fraud.
And, for the life of me, I cannot understand why people commit fraud.
Oh, I understand the temptation to get something for nothing, but I don't understand why people are so short sighted, and cannot see how it just adds to the misery for everyone, including themselves, in the long run.
Now, in this scenario, YOU did not commit fraud.
You were merely the "receiving end" of a seller's mistake/incompetence.
It was an act of incompetence, no?
So, what do you do? Rationalize it away, and just keep it?
Or report it to the seller, and ship one back, possibly on your own dime, and risk having them either stolen, or broken during transit, and have the buyer accuse of foul play?
What is your rationale?