[s-cars] Re: time to de-list bad vendors?
James Murray (LMC)
James.Murray at ericsson.ca
Sat Sep 14 12:12:29 EDT 2002
Personally I'd be against such a de-list. Why? because we might as well
de-list all of them because at some point or another we've all had either
bad service or a screw up or whatever, as well as I'm sure we've all had
good service etc. from time to time too. I'd much rather see a section for
comments (good or bad), or a rating/points system along with a comment
section (something along the lines of what e-bay does, or maybe there are
better examples?). I appreciate having such a comprehensive list as it is
now, that being said it could be improved by having a seller rating system.
My first comment about "www.thepartsbin.com" would be: is this your sister
site?: http://www.alloemaudiparts.com <http://www.alloemaudiparts.com>
hmmm...nice marketing scheme...
Just my thoughts ;-)
From: Shayne [SMTP:thequattroking at yahoo.com]
Sent: September 14, 2002 3:49 AM
To: Brett Dikeman; Kneale Brownson; Louis A. Mulieri;
quattro at audifans.com
Cc: 200q20v at audifans.com; s-car-list at audifans.com
Subject: [s-cars] Re: time to de-list bad vendors?
I have experience with both. Zygmunt SUCKS. I bought some stuff
NEVER got them. I called them for 9 months. Still never got the
VISA refunded me.
Blau is fine. BUT, they are HORRID in customer service. As Brett
IMPOSSIBLE to talk to anyone.
Just my thoughts,
Enough Audis to give plenty of headaches.
Parting: 1972 Mercedes Benz 280 SE 4.5
> Purely as a listmember and in no official capacity, I ask the
> question: who else needs to get spanked? Anybody want to second
> Blau+Zygmunt votes? What about The Parts Bin? (and as they say,
> "Just the Facts, Ma'am".)
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