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      10-06-2012, 11:13 PM   #218
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Originally Posted by shaginwagon13 View Post
Your comment clearly comes from somebody who doesn't have a clue what goes on when you run your own business. I'm not defending Tiago, I have AR Dp's, but your comments just make you sound completely ignorant. I'm in business, and one of my businesses is dedicated to fabrication, and NOTHING goes as planned. Half of the fun, is dealing with challenges that arise during the fabrication, manufacturing and distribution process. I don't think you realize that nobody wants these DP's to be ready more than Tiago not just from a reputation standpoint, but also to recoup capital he has vested in this project. I would sooner see a company take a little longer and complete their due-diligence ensuring a product was as perfect as possible, than pulling a Microsoft and have to make continued fixes over the next year.

Although you might be frustrated with the 'continued-wait', nobody is keeping you from heading online and buying a set of DP's from a competitor. Stop
complaining like a child who rants but doesn't actually do anything about it. If you are truly unsatisfied with the progress and delivery time, than go somewhere else because a lost sale is truly a sign of an upset customer.

I'm not trying to attack you, but its always easier to play Monday-morning quarterback and complain.
I own and operate a commercial brokerage business. Of course nothing goes as planned, the company who deals with those issues efficiently and effectively wins future business. I must be jaded as many of my clients are fortune 500 companies and there are real consequences to not delivering. You know, breach of contract and lawsuits. But alas, we are talking about some metal pipes that go on a car for fun.

Don't worry, i could care less if you are attacking me or not. If no one voices complaint, nothing changes. Good luck with your fabrication business and I hope these pipes become successful for vrsf. After all, competition is good for the consumer.
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