Well, I’ve had another e-mail from Scan. Their left hand doesn’t seem to know what their right hand is doing. I can’t believe that they’ve wasted so much of their staff time on a Â£15 product.
This e-mail, like all the others they’ve sent me, bears a “signature” that entirely negates the validity of the e-mail. I don’t want someone acting in a “personal capacity” to deal with this issue, I want someone acting in a professional capacity and representing the company! It’s not hard to work out really.
They really do seem to be turning out as a company of prize muppets. So far I’ve dealt with Mrs. E. H. Norris, John, Mark R, Micheal W and now Immy.
27-28 Enterprise Park
10 Oct 2005
Dear Antony Whitmore:
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w we are still waiting for a no fault found payment of =A320=2E00 + VAT=2E
This payment is charged for testing your equipment, which was found not to b=
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