- Jul 13, 2008
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But I do have personal spare ddr 3 modules.
I'll pass a 4GB module to them.
You can collect from them with your service form.
Thank you! PM sent..
I guess Clon22's biggest mistake is to try and help you on a personal basis as he always does, trying to help fellow forum users.
He even offered 2 sticks of 4GB when your RMA is only 1 stick.
There is no thank you, no form of appreciation but in return malicious attack and demands.
This gesture of his is once again, his own personal initiative.
His offer still stands but we will not be able to post them to you as per your request, neither will we be able to provide any form of compensation.
We value all our customers and will do our best to provide service within reasonable demands.
#1 First Clon22's offer to help was thanked by me and it is publicly posted as was his offer to "help" Whether he posted this online to give the idea that he is a generous guy and Corbell has "caring employees" or actually intended to fulfill his promise is open to debate.
#2 His offer to "help" was posted online and he along with you have this idea that such a "grand gesture" must be profusely appreciated and praised to the sky.
#3 Lets take a step back a minute and determine the facts again and what actually happened shall we?
a) clon22 posted online saying he would give away his own RAMs to solve my problem
b) I PMed him in an attempt to CONFIRM details because based on his promise i put my trust and confidence that investing my time and efforts *again* would solve my problem. Now this must be understood here! I didn't voodoo spell clon22 to "help" me then not fulfill his promise! Only AFTER cockup suddenly he shared details like tech guy name, what exact hardware he passed to him, etc He also seem to point the finger at this tech guy and offered no apology, accountability or responsibility whatsover
c) I alerted the issue on Corbell's FB page. The 1st post received no response whatsoever on 25/7. Only on the 30/7 post when i highlighted specifically on PROMISES NOT FULFILLED leading to the other party wasting time/effort based on this PROMISE did Corbell rep replied on FB. The rep there stated they would give me a call back and it has been 48hrs. Guess if they kept their word?
d) Oh the plot thickens when again i seek clarification this time on FB with Corebell staff! The rep on FB claims "Andy" who i assume is clon22 passed your tech guy i quote "DDR3 2133" RAMs. clon22 then says he has a pair of 4GB modules DDR3 1333. I also know that clon22 has been posting some really advanced threads showcasing Corebell products for years now! Once i read this i cannot help but scoff and chuckle to myself that such a person can confuse DDR3 2133 and DDR3 1333 and that involves an ancient G41 LGA 775 mobo no less!
So Corebell please stop with your nonsense and come clean please? I would give you the benefit of the doubt : clon22 posted online with good intentions i.e he decided to help by giving his own set of RAMs? Fine. So far his and your logic is : our magnificent magnanimous grand gesture makes us immune to being people who keep their word and any repercussions to others is not our responsibility nor concern of ours Think for a moment do you enjoy people never mind in professional or private life saying something, not keeping their word and expect you to invest your time/effort when things cock up? Be honest (i hope) If playing your customers out, spinning stories that do not match/make sense and wondering why you get called out for this is your idea of "valuing them" well it speaks for itself as the saying goes Lastly i'm pretty sure goodwill definitely involves following through on what you promise correct me if i am wrong?