|From:||nicole perrin <nicole.eap@...>|
|Date:||Monday, April 23, 2001, 18:02|
> Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2001 16:17:45 -0400
> From: The Gray Wizard <dbell@...>
> Subject: Re: Tshirts
> > From: nicole perrin
> > The reason it took so much trouble had to do with shipment -- the
> > tshirts actually *were* printed, back in January, and shipped. But they
> > were lost, found, and damaged. For some reason, it's been impossible
> > for me to have them reprinted in a timely manner, I think because the
> > company relocated recently. But I'm supposed to just be getting a
> > complete refund, which seems easier and more hopeful than continuing to
> > try and have them printed. Unfortunately.
> Nicole, if the T-shirt vendor is giving you trouble concerning the refund,
> perhaps it would help if the rest of us complained as well. Kind of a class
> action. Seems to me that the vendor is responsible if the shirts were
> lost/damaged in shipping. Does the vendor have a website or email address?
> Can you tell us what vendor you used? Obviously we will all want to avoid
> them in future.
> I'm sure all of us would appreciate your _proactively_ keeping us informed
> on this matter. Sometimes prolonged silence can be the source of anxiety.
> David E. Bell
> The Gray Wizard
> Wisdom begins in wonder.
The vendor website is www.diebach.com, and the email address given therein is
firstname.lastname@example.org. Another email address they've used to correspond with me is
email@example.com. If anyone wants to write to them concerning the refund, that
would be fine with me, and if not that's fine too. I'm sorry that you all would
have to deal with it at all, it's really unfortunate.
As a bit of an aside regarding Fabian's project, I checked out Cafe Press when I
started this back in October or November, and there were two reasons I chose not to
use them -- difficulties with international orders and unavailability of large
sizes. Policies on both these things may well have changed by now, but just FYI.
Thanks a lot,