BBB (was: WS-FTP and the...)

From: Vintage Computer Festival <>
Date: Thu Aug 28 10:55:00 2003

On Thu, 28 Aug 2003, Passer, Michael W. wrote:

> Good point. I generally look at prominent display of BBB membership as
> akin to a warning label. But complaining does have the potential to do
> some good--you might help save the next guy from getting stung if he
> happens to check.

I once ordered one of those stupid Roll-a-Hose's from TeeVee. It looked
good by the pros operating it in the commercial, but I guess I'm not as
bright because it didn't work very well at all when I got it. So I
decided to return it. But I was told I'd have to pay for the return
shipping! I complained that this was unreasonable but was told that was
policy. Fine. So I went online and filed a complaint with the BBB. A
few days later I got a pre-paid shipping label sent to me and a letter of

Coincidence? You decide.

Sellam Ismail                                        Vintage Computer Festival
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