To our latest troll, with apologies to legitimate posters...
antichristina wrote:It was one knife sent in for repair for major lock play and sharpening, and for most of you wannabes Spyderco has always done me right when Mike worked there. My ***** is 20$ for a 2$ part and a 5 min fix.
You seem to be the type to whine about having to buy tires for your car because they wear out. The nerve of those tires... ]not[/B] making very much profit on these knives to begin with, and to expect them to decrease what little profit they do have to repair something outside the scope of their responsibility is selfish and inconsiderate at best. I would prefer Spyderco stay in business, though as an apparent disgruntled employee I rather doubt that their welfare is high on your list of concerns.
antichristina wrote:The fact is they are way understaffed and can't pay qualified people to do the job so they have to overcome that with taxing the rest of us.
Seems you are the only one complaining here.
The forum is full of stories of customer service above and beyond what is required]nothing[/B] to prove.
You, on the other hand: we have this entire sordid tale coming to us on your
unsupported word, and you expect it to be taken as the gospel truth?
antichristina wrote:don't believe me ask sal and gail what kind of cars they are driving now cause they can't afford gas in their old cars
If you are so concerned about Sal and Gail they why complain so vehemently about their asking a pittance of you to support their business?
Sorry, antichristina, I just cannot find it within myself to take you or your story seriously. I postulate that you are a liar trolling here in a futile attempt to besmirch the good name of Spyderco.
I will offer a suggestion to you; I am sure you will find other forums much more accepting of one such as yourself with such an enormous chip on your shoulder.