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Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by John L Venable, Aug 3, 2019.

  1. Mizar

    Mizar Member

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    OK, I'll play although necromancing threads is not my thing...

    Let me tell you a story, a real one. A client calls me - he needs parts for his 20 ton excavator and he needs them urgently. The machine broke on the site, they have a time frame, blah, blah, blah. I find the parts and try to call him back (on his mobile.). 2, 3, 4 times with no success - the phone just keeps ringing. After two days he calls me, furious, because he never hear from me - I'm, obviously, responsible for a penalty fine from his contractor. When I explain, calmly, that I DID try to call him back, but he did not answer, the explanation was: "Oh, I never answer unsaved (unknown) numbers!". And I'm like: "Oh, OK! (click)".

    Now, do you understand my point, Rachel?
     
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  2. RachelAnne

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    Oh, I understand your point. Unfortunately, you were dealing with a knucklehead. If I need immediate contact with someone I make sure I am by my phone. That is just common courtesy.
     
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  3. JN01

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    I've been trying to get into contact with Mike for the past month and a half, no response to my voice mails or text messages, today his voice mail box is full.

    Mike, if you are reading this, PM me as I have an update to my contact info.
     
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  4. JN01

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    After my last post, Mike contacted me and said my Navy would be shipped out on October 15. I still hadn't received it on Oct 21, so I sent a text, then a voice mail the following day. Got a text back on Oct 22, said he got me mixed up with another customer with the same first name, whose gun was being worked on at the same time. Said he was out of town, but would finish it up and have it in the mail on Oct 28, and would text me the tracking number. Didn't hear anything by Oct 30, so I sent a text. No reply. Left a voice mail on Nov 4. No reply.

    I think I've been patient, it has been over 2 years and 7 months since I sent my revolver in, thought it was finally coming home. I don't know what to think at this point.
     
  5. whughett

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    Sounds all too familiar. Too bad. The work is without peer.
     
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