---- A good example of how not to handle something.
dpd1 - 12:00 am on Feb 23, 2013 (gmt 0)
It was too bad too, since it was a nice product (or would have been without the damage) and they're just throwing money away with poor QA in the shipping side of things
Yeah, organizations like that, you just have to scratch your head. But you never know what is going on behind the scenes. Some businesses are left being run by older people eventually, and they just simply lose the ability to comprehend what's going on at some point. Other times there are places actually setup to fail. I did work for a production company years ago that did everything half the price of everybody else. I couldn't figure out what the deal was. Turned out they were owned by some foreign company and operated as a tax shelter for a loss.