Oh goodness, I'm certain there's nothing to cry over. AdultPacifier seems like a real enough place, and if they have your money, they should be able to either credit it toward your order or refund it. I really wouldn't worry. If you've reached out to them by email, give it a day or two and then drop them another note. I foresee a good outcome.
...but in the unlikely event that you *do* have to call Visa, just look at it this way: The person on the other end is probably sitting in a football-field-wide maze of cubicles, gulping Mountain Dew to stay alert, and letting each caller's problems fall out the opposite ear almost as quickly as they're processed. Worst case, your mention of adult pacifiers brings a wry smile or an inward giggle that you never hear, and you've (maybe) brightened that poor bastard's day just a little--at your own (rather minimal) expense. That is, of course, assuming you get your money back. But I'll still bet it doesn't come to that.
*reads blog* Oh, I see. Hmm. I'd be inclined to sit tight for another day or two and see if they get back to you. Worst case, you might have to go to the card issuer or to PayPal (or to whoever/whatever you paid with) and file a grievance. And you'd get your money back without much difficulty. But--and who did you order from?--perhaps you're dealing with a small company where one or two people are running the whole show and are perpetually behind. In any case... I'm pretty sure you haven't been ripped off. Try to sleep easy! Diaper up if ya got 'em!
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