Shipping older radios & insurance claims

Mon Nov 26 21:40:14 EST 2007

I for one KNOW Doc and he is of the highest integrity one can ever 
expect from a person.  There are always two sides to any story and I 
prefer to believe Doc's. 
I for one stand up for Doc and applaud him. 
Bob  W5UQ  Tampa

kd4e wrote:
> No, I certainly do not, nor do I appreciate the
> public attack.
> I can post 20 or 30 Hams who will testify to the
> care I take in packing.
> On the very rare occasion that someone has complained
> about something I have shipped I have made it good
> plus some.
> If you had a problem a private E-mail would have
> resulted in an offer of money back or other
> compensation.
> This is a hobby not a business to me and I have
> never knowingly cost anyone a penny in lost value -
> though several have knowingly done so to me.
> I have never failed to acknowledge an error in
> packing in the *past* nor have I ever failed to make
> it good (plus more) when made aware - *NEVER*.
> We all learn from errors, sometimes rushed shipping,
> that included inadequate packing.  My recommendations
> are the result of some hard lessons - your attack is
> not helpful to anyone.
>> Your thoughts are certainly different than your packing.
>> Remember that banged up National I received from you!
>> Tubes not removed.
>> No rain bag.
>> Exterior protected by 1/2" of foam.
>> Not doubled boxed.
>> The insurer laughed at the packing.
>> 73,
>> bob...w2ami

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