I'm getting too many problem customers wanting to scam for free stuff. I'm not sure it's worth it for me to keep trying to do this. Tonight, I had one customer go to my helper and try to claim that the set she ordered wasn't what she ordered, and then she tried to say that it was missing a piece in the bag, too. None of it was true. It clearly states on her receipt that she ordered the set. She pre paid for the set and had that receipt for a month. I packed the bag myself and stapled it shut so nothing would fall out. And I watched my helper on the building's security monitor bring it down to her. And we had the customer sign that she got her order. There was nothing missing from the bag. She's trying to scam to keep one cologne. And I said if she wants to return the set, she must return the entire five pieces of the set. The set is the product she ordered. I'm waiting to hear if she wants to return it or if she realizes her scam isn't going to work. Thank God for my helper, because I couldn't have dealt with this tonight. I'm flaring and dying. They go to her with complaints. She delivers the orders for me and she collects the money for me. I don't have to do the running around. And she speaks Spanish and gets me the Spanish orders. She told me she might move, though, so I'm hoping she'll stay. I don't think I could do this without her. And I really don't think I can deal with crazy customers. I am considering taking a digital pic of the contents of each order just so no one can pull this again. Then I can shove the pic at them and say, this is what was in your bag. I haven't even made any money yet. So to me, it's starting to be more problems than it's worth. Avon is not the easy job people make it seem.