US hams absolutely love to debate bad company service and virus protection
on all reflectors, regardless of their initial purpose. The threads just go
on and on and on..
Getting fairly fed up with this now..
What the heck has Dell got to do with antennas..??!!
At 20:21 2004-05-14 , you wrote:
>One guy I know gave up on Dell because they simply couldn't get his
>order right: gave him invalid order confirmation numbers, etc. and all
>kinds of other hassles. He ended up buying something else, but I don't
>On 05/14/04 12:15 pm Steve Katz put fingers to keyboard and launched the
>following message into cyberspace:
>> Dell Electronics, as one example, makes the "buying" process slick as oil
>> and very easy. However, the fulfillment experience isn't nearly as good as
>> the buying experience for most customers. I, for one, have been nothing
>> completely disappointed with the experience of receiving their goods and
>> trying to make them work first time out of the box. Yet, they are highly
>> successful, profitable, and growing.
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