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Posted on Sun, Jan 25, 2009 19:09

Today, I was looking online to figure out how best to spend what little bit of money I will recieve from my tax return. I shopped online to get the best prices for large appliances and tires and came across a few sites I wanted to sign up for email alerts. I did, and recieved a few replies. One particular company replied within minutes. Too bad I had to reply with the following email: I signed up for email alerts because I was considering purchasing a washer and dryer from Sears. I don't believe I would consider this after today. I had a bad prior experience this past November with your partner store (Kmart) and didn't realize ignorance permeates your company like a virus! I recieved a welcome email from Your website on 1/25/09. It had links to both in-store and online savings of $5.00 each. Too bad they both expired the day BEFORE I even signed up. I think I've just about had it with Sears and Kmart. Also too bad I work for a large medical facility where I come into contact with hundreds of people every single day who sometimes ask where they can get clothing and personal care items while they are in town for long medical treatments. Yeah. Good luck with your current marketing plan. Best wishes.--Misty Ya'll spend wisely this tax season. And stay away from the idiots!--True


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Posted on Thu, Jan 29, 2009 20:41

Sounds like a nother fine example of the work from the Ad firm of Doowee , Cheatem and Howe.


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