Having to rewrite this as I accidentally closed the wrong tab on the browser. Arrrrgggh.
On Tuesday, I was supposed to receive a package from Amazon, and it showed online that it was delivered at 2pm. When it didn’t arrive Wednesday, I wrote Amazon about it. Even though they said wait a few days in their FAQ, I stated my case, and that evening received an e-mail saying they were resending it 2-day mail! That’s fantastic service. Yet, I still want to know where the original ended up.
This is the 2nd time in the last couple weeks I received great service from a .com. Back on Valentine’s Day, I gave Julie a voucher from Crowdsavings.com for her and I to horseback riding. I am pretty sure I checked the reputation of Harmony and Horsemanship back then, but when we were ready to schedule our horseback ride a couple months back, I found the site redirected me to RG Horsemanship. I tried to contact them through phone and e-mail with no reply. The Yelp rating on H&H is now one star and several people have claimed that they are not honoring the vouchers. And Crowdsavings was not the only “voucher company” scammed. I saw the likes of LivingSocial, Google Offers, etc. Terrible. But when I finally wrote Crowdsavings.com , they immediately refunded the money. Very cool, though I am betting I was not the first person to write them on this. I hope they sue the crap out of the horsey company, whatever they call themselves. And now it appears I will have to go even longer without having ridden a horse.