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Re: [Killietalk] Eggs from thailand
To add to your observations, maybe it would be a good thing to let others
know about these occurances by publishing the names of a seller when you
have problems. It will let those that do try to pull a fast one that they
will soon have a bad reputation. If there is a reason for the problem that
was caused it would give the seller a chance to make it right.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Drummond Howard" <drummondhoward at hotmail_com>
To: "killifish discussion list" <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 7:28 AM
Subject: Re: [Killietalk] Eggs from thailand
> Just a thought, but by not mentioning the name you are actually telling me
> not to buy anything brom Thailand. If I know who to avoid, I can avoid
> them, otherwise, avoid them all or it is money down the drain. This is
> why we have tools like this list, to let people know when we have an
> UNRESOLVED bad experience with a seller. One complaint might not turn
> people off, 10 complaints and people on the list won't buy from them.
> If someone is screwing people, you know about it and fail to inform them,
> to me, that is unethical.
> This is one of the most usefull reasons to have something like this, to
> protect other people from getting screwed by the same person that screwed
> you. However, you should be fair, ty to resolve the problem and if you
> can't resolve it then bring it up and say "I had a problem with eggs from
> x in y and couldn't resolve it, anyone else have a problem?"
> It might be an isolated incident, it might not be. If it is an isolated
> incident then we don't want to destroy their reputation over it however if
> it turns out that 20 people have the same problem, than everyone on the
> list should know they are just throwing their money away if they do
> business with them.
> If you don't name names it hurts everyone!Drummond HowardGaithersburg,
> Maryland> Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 20:56:23 -0800> From:
> karmafarmaquatics at yahoo_com> To: killietalk at aka_org> Subject: [Killietalk]
> Eggs from thailand> > > In reply to the guy who got the "ready to hatch"
> eggs from thailand.> > I know there was someone who had a great theory on
> eggs accidently hatching in transit. But I shipped some eggs "ready to
> hatch" all the way to Norway and they hatched just fine. So if that does
> happen, then it doesn't happen ALL THE TIME.> > What I think happenned in
> your case.....> > I absolutely WILL NOT mention names because I don't want
> to bad mouth anyone. But there is one seller in Thailand who routinely
> ships empty peats. Is this your seller?? I don't know. But in the last 2
> years or so I have heard from close to 100 hobbyists and newbies with the
> same complaint from that one seller. So I know for a fact that so many
> people can't be wrong, or be doing something wrong. > > Just!
> keep that in mind for future purchases. There is only one seller that
> peopel CONSISTANTLY complain about over and over again.> > >
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