This is awfully vague. I am assuming you've been in contact in some way, so what's the problem? I know it's not really anybody's business, but when you use personal issues as an excuse for stiffing people on money or product I think those folks are owed something better than "the wheels have come off the bus".I'm sure most of you know about the accident Tech12Volts had on the 4-wheeler a couple months ago... Well, that accident took it's toll in many ways, as you may well imagine.
Times are difficult and the wheels seem to have come right off the bus...
He's going to be out of the loop for a bit. To those who are waiting for sub boxes or products from him, I would ask you to please be patient. He will be in touch next week to discuss your options.
At this point, he needs our support more than criticism and bad attitudes. So please keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers. If you have positive interactions with Tech to post here, that would go a long way to helping in the recovery. Thanks!
The guy has a wife that has, in the past, handled some of his business affairs. What's so hard about sending out an email to his customers instructing them to be patient, wait for a refund, or just F off altogether? I know life can beat you up sometimes, but how long can it take to type it up a boilerplate letter and hit send to all the customers with pending business? Sorry to sound insensitive, but you can't just piss on your responsibilities and expect people to roll with it.
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