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Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell
Posted by Roundabout on 2002-03-01 17:20:54
In reply to John Pletz
Well, it sounds like Dell made a mistake by automatically cancelling the order instead of checking it out first. Mistakes happen. And it sounds like they made amends.

But hey, I applaud Dell for at least having a system in place to red-flag an order that comes in from a questionable source. I mean, c'mon, the guy's company is called "combat handguns". How much more of a red-flag do you need?

We're living in a violent world and *something* has to be done about it. In fact, a lot needs to be done about it. Good for you, Dell, for at least taking notice.





 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  John Pletz  2002-03-01 15:40:25
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  vwguy  2002-03-04 18:44:55
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  gearjammer  2002-03-03 13:12:57
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  esrever_otua  2002-07-31 01:03:57
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  Roundabout  2002-03-01 17:20:54
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