I'm guessing you're talking about International Radio, the guys that
repair radios in Florida, rather than Inrad, the guys that sell
filters? Two different companies.
The filter guys are always super quick and super customer-focused, so
that's what led me to my guess. I'd be real surprised if the Inrad.net
guys were missing customers.
The International Radio Service Division contact page (
http://www.qth.com/irsd/contact.html ) says to call 1-772-489-6302,
which I just did and got through, no busy. Perhaps now is the window
to call :)
I just thought I'd clarify the difference between the two companies
and pass that on if you haven't already gotten through.
On Nov 1, 2007 3:30 PM, Jim Monahan <K1PX@msn.com> wrote:
> Does anyone have any insight in how to successfully contact Inrad Service
> A few weeks ago, I sent an order with my credit card number via snail mail.
> Since then, I've followed up with two e-mails, one phone message and several
> attempts to get through on their phone line which is constantly busy during
> times they are taking calls.
> Thanks in advance.
> 73, Jim, K1PX
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