On Fri, 01 Oct 1999 13:34:19 GMT, Michael Stanley
<thesmilecentre at home.com> wrote:
>Renate Ratlos wrote:
>> Nothing but "clever" marketing. What use is it to send in a hammer for
>> replacement, if postage will cost more than a new hammer?
>>No postage required. Just walk into any Sears (and there are thousands).
If you are near to a shop. And even if so: Would a businessman send an
employee for a replacement part? Compare the cost for this walk with
the cost of the item.
>Ah, good German logic. Outlaw good service.
No. Outlaw crooks.
>> >A lifetime guaranty is not "wrong", shouldn't be forbidden. Do I assume you
>> >disapprove of "Replacement Value" insurance as well?
>>>> You must differentiate between the practise of replacing a good and
>> the advertising of a guarantee.
>>>>Rhetorical question. Perhaps Land's End should offer Free Insurance?
I don't know. I don't think it to be wise. The momentary course seems
best: advertise with mentionign that they are not allowed to say
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