Hi! My original EMO went wrong and Living.ai kindly sent me a replacement which arrived last week.
They have asked me to post back the broken EMO. I am in the UK and I took my package to my local Post Office and they wouldn’t take it. They said China does not allow packages containing lithium batteries through their customs. Courier companies say the same thing.
Can I ask if anyone else has had this problem and what they did about it?
Interesting, I guess you’ll have to ask LAI what they want you to do? Thinking back to when I received my EMO, if I remember correctly the shipping paperwork said Bluetooth Headphones. Maybe this was why?
I can’t even get Living.AI to answer my emails thru their website. I want to know the status of my order since it’s a Christmas gift. I provided my EMO order number and a screen shot of the VISA Charge on my credit card showing that they charged me $300 + Shipping. My order stated that they would email me when it was shipped. No email. No answer to my 2 follow-up emails regarding status. Good Luck with dealing with China. I will call my bank and get the charge reversed. Not happy.
I have asked them. They told me to try a courier and then they said they have received return parcels from Royal Mail. The problem I have is that my Post Office wouldn’t take the parcel in the first place!
I can’t advise you what to do, but for myself I would just be rather vague on what was in the package or tell them the battery has been removed. Really it should have no problem going via a ground shipper though, battery or not?