Chris, I am glad that you took time to respond to my e-mail. You are right.
I have come across things that I wasn't satisfied with and thought I paid
too much for it. However, I didn't send a global e-mail to every store that
carried that product to tell them about my dissatisfaction. I went directly
to that location and handled it. One to one.
I DO and always will consider it a "slam" when you take your displeasure and
"air it" nationally. You should have had the class to deal with her ONLY.
I only can hope for you that you never are in a situation where someone
might not be pleased with you and decide to let the "world" know about it.
Hopefully they will be kind enough, gentlemanly enough, and classy enough to
come to JUST YOU........ as you should have done with Laura or anyone else.
As for my "transforming" things to appear the way that I want them to....
I think everyone could tell what you were about without my help.
You were NOT being "professional" in asking for your money back that way.
You were being PETTY. A "professional" would have called her or written her
directly and done done it on a public formum.
I apologize that my response to you gave you any doubt in the kind of person
that I am. Fortuneatley, I am in the position that I don't have to count on
your opinion of me in order to succeed.
I wish you well, Chris, truly, and hope that you also succeed.
Boyd's Eye View Investigations
From: Chris Tang [mailto:mickeymouse150@...
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 1999 2:33 PM
Subject: [infoguys-list] Re: PI Manual from Laura Wallace & Without
I'm not going to stoop to your level by bashing you the way you did me
simply because I'm not satisfied with someone's products. You indicate in
your email that you "spent many hours and a ton of money" buying every book
"under the sun" in an attempt to try and "figure out and become" and private
investigator. Well, if you found the right book and most effective methods
in the industry very early in your search for information, maybe you may
have not spent "many hours and a to of money". I'm sure that you were
dissatisfied with many of the products you bought and did not feel that they
were worth as much as you paid for them. But, let me emphasize, my letter
to Laura was not a "slam". It was simply a professional way of letting her
know that her manual did not live up to my expectations and that I would
like a refund. This "slam" is your *******PERCEPTION********which is your
******REALITY***** and no one else's reality but your own......not even
Laura's. Laura was very appropriate in her response and was polite, offering
me an opportunity to contact her and so forth, but for someone like you to
pop up out of the woodwork the way you did and add new meaning to my e-mail
is wrong and unprofessional. This leads me to question and not say that you
are, but question, how many times you've come across a situation in your
investigative work that "appeared" one way and you transformed that view to
your liking. I ask this because you're very convincing and probably so
convincing to the detriment of others.
In addition, I am not a "wanna be Magnum PI". Because I disagree with
someone else's view on things or don't get satisfaction for the $100 I paid
for something isn't a negative thing. When you're not satisfied with the
quality of goods you return it back to the merchant?? Well most people I
know do. Therefore, I am not sure why as a result of my asking for a refund
causes you to make a statement that I don't have the "juice" to do the job??
I'm not "crying", I'm simply stating my position and asking for my money
back and that is it. If Laura is unwilling to refund my money then that is
certainly her choice. I know what my rights are according to the Card Issuer
Agreement with my credit card company and will exercise them to the fullest
extent if I am unable to resolve this successfully.
If you found the training course to be the BEST for you then that is great.
I'm happy for you.
The e-mail sent to Laura was meant to go to her directly. I generally do
not send mail to people on this forum and so I forgot that clicking the
reply button, everyonen would recieve a copy. So, for those of you getting
this piece of mail and are angered by it......please accept my apologies.
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