Re: Debian on CD.
Alexander Stavitsky wrote:
> On Mon, 29 Dec 1997, Cleto Pescia wrote:
> > For now, the only thing I can tell you for sure is that you should *NOT*
> > buy the Debian CDs from Greenbush Technologies Corp. (www.greenbush.com).
> > I ordered the official CD set in September by filling out their
> > secure on-line form, they charged my credit card (at least that is what
> > I've seen on my bank's reports), but never shipped anything... I sent them
> > e-mail twice (firstname.lastname@example.org), politely asking them what was going on,
> > but never got an answer. Maybe I should have sent them a fax as well, but
> > you really expect a company with an online ordering system to have some
> > way to read its e-mail...
> I had exactly the same problem with Greenbush. They don't seem to answer
> on polite emails, but they/he do react on the impolite ones.
> I've subscribed to four monthly CD's in April and so far have only
> received 2. If you can write a really nasty email they will probably send
Also, gettingg the Postmaster General involved for Mail Fraud or
Wire Fraud (charging for something not shipped of charging before
an item is shipped) is a sure way to get a response too.
(work) email@example.com / (home) firstname.lastname@example.org - http://www.buoy.com/~tps
They tell me my job is easy... anyone can do it.
Why doesn't anyone else want it?
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