Attention Ron Anderson

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Ron:

Do you know that this is circulating?  Has your account been hijacked?
Thought you should know as it has appeared on at least 10 of the Yahoo
lists I am on yesterday, and more today.




Girls just a word of warning. I ordered a part for one of my
machines from an online company

who seemed very professional & reliable that was run by A Ron
Anderson, A repair speacialist

for 25 years, what a joke.They boast on being able to get parts no
one else can. I emailed

him and asked him if he had the part he said he did & emailed me a
link for a credit card

order. I ordered it on the 18th of August 2006 by credit card I
emailed him several times

because all I got was the credit card receipt & nothing else.When I
emailed him ( which was

several times thru the month) he would all ways say crazy things
that had nothing to do with

my part or when & how he mailed it,I honestly thought he must be
doing drugs,because nothing

he said made sense so I would email him back saying I didn't
understand what he was writing

did he mean to mail that to someone else, & I would ask him again
how & when he mailed it.

On August the 30th 2006 he emailed me saying "I made a big mistake
yesterday" ( I have no

ideal what he was talking about since he hadn't email me in 2 days)"
the part came in so I

will be shipping today" so I thought great!!! I emailed him back
same day saying " How did

you ship it, & do you know an approximate date I will recieve it I
am most anxious to recieve

it" On September 1st he emailed me with these 6 words " your part is
no longer available".

So I thought maybe he has me mixed up with some one else so on
September the 2nd I emailed

him back & asked if he could check all the emails attached since he
told me on the 30th that

he had the part & was mailing it that day. Ron Anderson emailed me
back immediately & said  

"I told you it is no longer available I did not charge you anything
and I shred your info go

f*** yourself click head" So I want you girls to be ware of this
very unprofessional and

vulgar bussiness so you do no have a month long ordeal like I had
here are his 2 web sites

Avoid these like the plague

http://www.singera1sewing.com
http://www.a1sewingmachine.com



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Yes I am aware.
They are doing me a huge favor. Traffic to my sites is up 3 fold the last
couple days


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Ron Anderson A1 Sewing Machine
PO Box 60, Sand Lake, NY 12153
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Ron Anderson wrote:
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Hehehe...  No publicity is bad publicity?  ;)

--
Kate  XXXXXX  R.C.T.Q Madame Chef des Trolls
Lady Catherine, Wardrobe Mistress of the Chocolate Buttons
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Just in case anyone really cares, I have put up a page with all the actual
emails, and the true facts of the matter in question. I rarely try to defend
myself in these things but this one begs to have the real truth be told.
Feel free to pass the link about.
               http://www.singera1sewing.com/ladell/ladell.htm

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Ron Anderson A1 Sewing Machine
PO Box 60, Sand Lake, NY 12153
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Ron,

Would you like us to all share Good Stories about you?  I think that we
could certainly overbalance the bad stuff that's floating around.  I know
you have more than one happy customer just on alt.sewing alone.

I know this is getting you more hits on the site, but what a total pain.
*sigh*

Sharon
---the knee lift on my industrial works wonderfully now, thanks for finding
that part for me!!  :)


--
Never try to teach a pig to sing.  It's a waste of time and just annoys the
pig.



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Thank you.
My reputation speaks for itself. I am certain I have ticked off far more
than 1 person in my 28 years in this business 35 total in retail. This too
shall pass



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Ron Anderson A1 Sewing Machine
PO Box 60, Sand Lake, NY 12153
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...raises hand, satisfied customer over here....



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Ron Anderson wrote:

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Strange person.  She didn't read the whole thing, obviously.   Easy to
see where you were confused by the information put out by wholesaler
(they don't half know how to fudge issues and give out miss-information!
  ARGH!), but it looks like you were straight with her as soon as you
knew, and no charge was made, so what's all the fuss?  She also seems to
like editing your answers to suit her grudge.  Ho hum...

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Kate  XXXXXX  R.C.T.Q Madame Chef des Trolls
Lady Catherine, Wardrobe Mistress of the Chocolate Buttons
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On Mon, 04 Sep 2006 13:58:44 GMT, "Ron Anderson"

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Good for you.  Glad to hear that business has increased.

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Has anyone read the messages in full?  I did, and while it won't affect
my doing business with Ron in the future I have to admit I am a bit
taken aback by the language used, in response to what looks to be buyer
questions based on having a hard time following what was meant in
emails.  Or am I missing something?

-Irene =20


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IMS wrote:
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I agree, I was somewhat taken aback at the vulgar language Ron
used.  I do understand that he was frustrated, but.....



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It shocked me too!
Those words are NEVER acceptable.
PAT

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Pat in Virginia wrote:
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yeah, but they sure can clear the system out when needed.

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Taunto wrote:
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They are Words of Power.  ;-)
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Joanne
stitches @ singerlady.reno.nv.us.earth.milky-way.com
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Pogonip wrote:
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To a warped mind, maybe. It's loser talk: You acccomplish nothing and
have already lost when you resort to language like that. JPBill

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LOL, when you've got a pissed off customer who you've already lost anyway,
it probably doesn't matter, and like someone said, it feels really good. I
can't believe the "holier than thou" attitude about this...I hope you guys
don't fall over backwards with your noses so high in the air!!





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On Wed, 6 Sep 2006 07:24:08 -0700, "small change"

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Like they have never done something like that.  The whole thing is
just so stupid, it needs to be dropped.  It does feel good, even if no
one hears------But if and when they do, they sure do perk up.

Apparently she has now reported Ron to Singer.  Get over it lady, the
only ones who really care are wound too tight anyway.

Small Change you have more sense than most and are more honest too.

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Judge not, lest ye be judged



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small change wrote:
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Yes, but you've lifted it from the context in Luke, which broader wisdom
should govern human transactions, including those with merchants:
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  "Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you
will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven. Give, and it
will be given to you."
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Of course some, merchants included, can't resist the false feeling of
power they get when they blow people off now and then, often followed by
remorse. They would rather "win" an argument than make a sale.

What worked for me in the business world was to write my "vent" in a
letter and hold it overnight before mailing. It always read differently
in the morning and was usually discarded or at least severely edited
before mailing.

JPBill

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W.Boyce wrote:
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I'll give you warped mind.  But we have a rich and varied language, and
there are times when plain talk is appropriate.  Perhaps not in your
world, but in the one most of us inhabit.  After all, if all of you who
protest had never heard or seen the words before, you would not be
offended, now would you?
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Joanne
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