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Re: Windsor-Fox RIP OFF

gcroix wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> I ordered a custom made wiring harness for my 1966 Mustang from
> WINDSOR-FOX, whom I thought was a reputable company in California. This
> company, WINDSOR-FOX has been mentioned in articles in magazines and
> websites, which led me to think they were good people. In September I sent
> them a complete wiring harness from a newer car (value $300) and a money
> order for $549. Several excuses and months later, I suspect I'm out the
> money. I've contemplated telling the BBB in their area (Apple Valley, CA),
> contacting a lawyer there, or contacting the local tv station/newspaper.
> However, I don't think any of those will help my case. I've also thought
> about contacting the company and telling them, "Look if you don't send my
> $/part immediately, I'm going to (do all that)." I can't afford to write
> off $850, but I think I may have to. Suggestions? Thanks in advance.
>
> GMC in GA



I have several suggestions. Instaed of ranting on Usenet, call them
onthe phone and speak to the owner. Do not threaten all that sillyshit,
cuz if it were me I'd blow you off right there. Do not rant. Explain
what your concerns are and you don't want to be out your money and
harness and you really need to know exactly what the situation is. If
someone is sick, or someone stuck your stuff on a shelf and forgot about
it for a month fine SAY so and lets get to it. If you're rude you'll
just piss him off and he has the upper hand at the moment, he's go t
your money. Also remember that no one in this group knows you from
Ronald McDonald and there is always two sides to a story.


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"So the new (h)(1)(C) overrides the old exclusion in (h)(1)(B) for the
purposes of (a)(1)(C) only, thereby applying (a)(1)(C) to anything that
could have been sent via the Internet (possibly even if it wasn't)." -
U.S. Legislature
 
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Re: Windsor-Fox RIP OFF

gcroix wrote:

> Thanks for the reply.
> Most of what you've said I've done.
> Phone calls get no reponse.
> Emails every 3 weeks or so get lame excuses. I'm not ranting on Usenet, I'm
> telling what has happened to me. I wouldn't gotten so mad recently, but I
> did a search on google, finally, and saw them using the exact same excuses
> for delays to other people (literally, same excuses---family illnesses) a
> year before me.
> I know you don't me from Adam. I was just seeing what others would do in my
> shoes.
>


I havn't seen many posts about them at all, but I've never seen a
complaint. "Phone calls got no response" By that you mean they have not
called you back?? If so you have to keep calling until you get an
answer. Use a barrowed or pay phone to dicuise the number. Then move to
finding someone local to visit or have a lawyer send a letter.

--
"So the new (h)(1)(C) overrides the old exclusion in (h)(1)(B) for the
purposes of (a)(1)(C) only, thereby applying (a)(1)(C) to anything that
could have been sent via the Internet (possibly even if it wasn't)." -
U.S. Legislature
 
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