[at-l] The Appalachian Outfitters thing
jplynch at crosslink.net
Sun Nov 1 11:29:13 CST 2009
I'm glad that the situation is being resolved. However, let me make a small side-note about something you said Frank ("not one outfitter in ten would have tried as hard as he has to make up for a past problem.").
I can't imagine dealing with a supplier more than once who wouldn't take something back that wasn't right, no questions asked. I buy a lot of stuff from places like LL Bean and they, have on occasion, literally begged me to send something back (something that I had just flat worn out; nothing wrong with it, I had it many years and it just wore out), and I can't count the number of zippers they've replaced on totes and luggage. I once sent some boots back that didn't quite fit, they had got stuck in the back of my closet for years, and when they finally saw the light of day, I packed them up, sent them back (had no idea of where the receipt was or when I had bought them). They did the research and refunded what I had paid for them. They're a bit pricey, but certainly set the bar for customer service imho.
----- Original Message -----
From: Frank Looper
To: At-l at backcountry.net
Sent: Saturday, October 17, 2009 8:23 PM
Subject: [at-l] The Appalachian Outfitters thing
Jonathan and I have talked a lot in the last 24 hours. The whole thing
was just a very long, very ugly misunderstanding.
We were friends in the past, and will be again in the future. I have
not been "bought off" to make this statement, though I am probably
going to ask for a store credit for the amount of that O2 rainsuit.
If he doesn't give it to me, this still stands: not one outfitter in
ten would have tried as hard as he has to make up for a past problem.
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