I've not bought from Dell, will no longer buy from Gateway or any of the big
guys for reasons outlined on your web page. I bought my last dozen
computers from Dennis. He builds them, supports them, fixes them, and if
there is a problem, I get Dennis on the phone. Or I take it back to the
shop and Dennis fixes it.
I wonder if the UPS guy is still working for UPS. Almost every package
I receive from UPS is damaged. The driver just leaves it at my front
door or leans it against garage door and takes off as fast as he can
before I have a chance to see the pacakge. I remeber the old days when
they rang your doorbell to alert you and wait a few seconds before
taking off. They could care less if it's pouring rain. I can't believe
you are happy you received a damaged package. What if you had to send
merchandise back? Would the merchant you purchased it from accept
contents inside. BTW try to recover damages from UPS it's a whole other
experience. Count your blessing on extraordinary luck.
On 24 May 2005 04:59:30 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
yep.. he delivered a package yesterday..
I think you missed the point... I'm not happy that I received a damaged
The point is that the driver took some initiative and asked me if I wanted to
send it back or take it subject to it being damaged...
and in doing so, saved me time, money and kept some nice logs from drying out
before i could seal them..
as to sending it back, he gave me a copy of the "damaged container, left with
customer for evaluation" tag... all I had t do was call and tell UPS that my
sand paper and sealer were broken, and they would of come and picked it up..
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