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Re: Windsor-Fox RIP OFF

Do a search on www.stangnet.com in the classics forum.

We have discussed MANY problems with them and they are in the business of
ripping people off.

I was persistant and nice for at least 9 months and got my products from
them. I will never use them again and am happy to spread the news on how
bad they are.

Have you gotten the responses that a family emergency yet? Its common.

Good luck and there are others that are much better for doing business
with..

Mark

"gcroix" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> 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
>
>
>
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Re: Windsor-Fox RIP OFF

Mark wrote:
> Do a search on www.stangnet.com in the classics forum.
>
> We have discussed MANY problems with them and they are in the business of
> ripping people off.
>
> I was persistant and nice for at least 9 months and got my products from
> them. I will never use them again and am happy to spread the news on how
> bad they are.
>
> Have you gotten the responses that a family emergency yet? Its common.
>
> Good luck and there are others that are much better for doing business
> with..
>
> Mark



Hmmm, well, maybe I should change the courtesy link on my web site
to a disclaimer then.

--
"Why do you
insist on putting up with this piece of crap?"

Why?

Because, as I drove away, I shifted out of 2nd gear at 60. That's why.

dwight
www.tfrog93.com
 
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