I just looked up Comix Bazar on a google search & there's a website Produits dérivés et figurines à Brive, Corrèze (19) - Comix Bazar, it has an address & contact number but the website appears pretty empty, there's only a Captain America bust for sale as far as I can see so that looks pretty bad in itself & could mean the chap running it has ceased trading.
Hi guys, this thread attracted my attention because I wanted to see pictures of this beautiful item, however going through the pages, I realize that Rodders is going through a difficult time with his seller.
Now, I didn't read carefully enough to be able to defend the cause, but I checked Comix-Bazar websites a few weeks ago because there was an add in a comics magazine. At the time he seemed to have a good stock, but the fact that both his online page and ebay shop are now empty seems strange.
These are legal mentions, every website has to have them. The important part is : Raison sociale : SARL Comix Bazar Siège social : 14, rue de la République
France Tél. 05.55.17.23.45 E-mail :
Siret : 494 881 220 Directeur de publication : M Magot Cédric
So, here you have a name, phone number and address. I want to make it clear that this is not name dropping/calling, it is a copy/paste from the legal mentions on Comix-Bazar website.
This doesn't sound too good, and it's probable that the shop is going through a final closing/bankruptcy if he couldn't get his income straight.
I don't really know how that kind of situation is resolved, but you might want to call at this phone number, and/or file a complaint at the local post office. Normally, clients are protected by French law in this case, and insurances are supposed to give your money back. Since this is an international deal, I don't know which country's law should be followed, but I think it's the seller's country that prevails.
I sincerely hope this case will see a happy ending. Don't hesitate to contact me if you need help.