A tale of seven suppliers
So, I’ve been doing a bit of shopping of late, because… reasons, to follow in another post (or actually, probably podcast!). Various items, from seven different suppliers depending on availability, price and a few other criteria, from (literally) A to Z, though I’m not going to name names, although you should be able to work a few out. So. In alphabetical order…
A box-shifter, it would appear. Cheapest for a couple of items, but I foolishly failed to notice one item was on backorder. They will not split orders, even when it’s glaringly obvious that one of the items is out of stock and in fact out of print everywhere. Support desk, and I quote verbatim, „Inline with our shipping policy page and backorder policy page sir we do not split orders“. Just flat out unhelpful. Order now cancelled: had they been more helpful about it I would have re-ordered as two orders, but I’m a little concerned that they actually don’t give a toss, and my backorder would have hung around for ever. Either way, it cost them over £100 in sales. Reordered with #7, watching for the credit card refund like a hawk.
|A doorbell. It even
says RING on it.
Well-known box shifter up in the NW. Both orders next day by Royal Mail. No complaints, have used them several times before and always been helpful.
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Autor: Mike Whitaker / Trouble At T’Mill – a wargaming blog
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