"Still working on it"?

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In Progress?

In another thread about HD taking way too long and it costing $180 (closed thread) the "Still working on it" and "in progress" terms were used.

I like to ask a vendor "Is it ON your workbench right now?  Or is it sitting in a corner?"

If it's not, you're NOT "working on it".


Just a comment...take it for what it's worth - free

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Posted 1 year ago

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Great point bloomz. Updates on cases would be great.
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Another I like to use when I ask a question, "Wrong answer".  I didn't ask "IF" I asked "WHEN".
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Huh?
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Sorry was in a hurry and didn't finish that thought.

When I ask something like "How do I return this?"  and they say "You can't"

The answer back is "Wrong answer - I didn't ask IF, I asked HOW?"

It works sometimes, depending upon how insistent you are.

Consumers have a lot of power these days.