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  • James Trimm
    It has come to our attention that thirteen defective copies of B sorah HeEvrim: The Goodnews according to the Hebrews were shipped. The defective copies have
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 5, 2006
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      It has come to our attention that thirteen defective copies of
      B'sorah HeEvrim: The Goodnews according to the Hebrews were shipped.

      The defective copies have the following problems:

      The font makes the text almost illegible, at the very least it is
      extremely difficult to read. The letters are squeezed together and
      frequently joins words together. The words that are supposed to be
      in Hebrew and/or Greek are printed using an English font of some
      sort that is just gibberish.

      For example, on the title page for the book, it literally reads:
      Myrb (hhrw#b (This is supposed to be in Hebrew).


      The publisher has talked to the printer and they will gladly replace
      your books as soon as we know the source of the problem (which
      should only be a matter of days).

      (this is done as on-demand publishing so you should be able to get a
      corrected copy in just a few days).

      If you have ordered or gotten one of these thirteen defective copies
      please email the publisher Hadpasot-Beit David at: hadpasot@hadpasot-
      beitdavid.com for a replacement copy.

      Until the problem is resolved the publisher has temporarily taken
      the book off of the website, As soon as the problem is resolved the
      book will be restored to the website and we will send out an
      announcement.

      We hope to have this problem resolved within a day or two.

      James Trimm
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