Look,I know that getting burned is no fun but you don`t know even how
to get this hobby shop on line! I mean is what you ordered and maybe
paid for that expensive? Think in terms of owner senerios-a family or
personal illness,a bussiness trajedy,fire perhaps or home emergency or
any number of unforsence occurances. I`ve had a friend and hobby shop
owner,Paul drop dead of a heart attack. An unforsence occurance! His
wife Terri now has to step up and run the bussiness. A transition in
that she allways had left it to Paul and now the club members are all
takin turns helping but there are still those who want hobby-on-demand
items-no transition or compation! 2 years later in the health club
Terri does a nose first and the relatives have no clue as to bussiness
and in a year and a half later Paul`s Hobbies that was a staple in
Norwalk Ohio for allmost 20 years is no more! Wait and be patient as
that your hobby dealer, is that Manhatten Train and Hobbies,is a real
human just like all of us!
FROM: A FELLOW MODELER AND HUMAN LAST I LOOKED!
On 22 Dec 2006 05:34:56 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Sounds similar to my experience. I have dealt succesfully with them
in the past several years, but I placed an order in October for two
Atlas S-1's. My account was never charged, emails and telephone calls
Their web page is still up, last time I looked, but no response.
It's a better situation than Hobby Circle. They took me for $100.00
and tanked. I couldn't even get satisfaction out of PayPal.
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