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IRNF wrote:I am talking about WOOT.COM
Yeah, I don't see it. As you can see, I have purchased a significant number of items and have never had any problems. Of course, I have also read their pages about customer service and know how it works. I don't expect a flying monkey to race to my house with a replacement item within minutes.
wow. I actually bought a Robot Elvis.
What was I thinking?
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sjp4ut wrote:No, they are right. Their customer service is going downhill. It will take a few weeks for them to get back to you the first time. Nothing something you like after spending $500.
I guess each case is different. Woot's customer service has always been and continue to be exceptional for me.
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neminem wrote:Bleh. I really want woot to show up with an *old* one of these for less than a couple hundred dollars. I want to get a cheap travel laptop; don't need fast or flashy, just want something small with a good battery (but that's still a real computer, not a stupid tablet), that runs a real computer OS (which excludes Android, but also excludes Windows 8 for all the same reasons :p).
edit: I've never had anything but great things to say about woot's customer service, though. Nor have they sent me anything that didn't work.
See if you can track down an older emachines netbook with Windows 7. Lil' suckers are handy!
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.