Re: [DML] A good message for ALL the vendors.
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Re: [DML] A good message for ALL the vendors.

Well I prefer making a phone call.  It gives me a chance to ask
questions before spending tons of money.

This is one of the reasons I prefer dealing with DMCMW.  One time I
called them up ready to spend $400 on a new steering rack.  After
talking to Dave for a few minutes he ended up selling me a steering
column for a fraction of what I would have spent on a steering rack.

Hervey is another great guy about giving expert advice over the phone.
 Sometimes he is a little hard to get in touch with, and for those
times I just use email, but I always try to reach out to him to make
sure what I want to order is in stock.  He seems to make every effort
to help people save money as well.  I wish I could just order stuff
from him directly over the phone, but given the size of his business
ordering through the website is probably the best way for him to
manage orders.

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 8:36 AM, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I think this is a good message to ALL of the vendors.  Many people rely on the web site for making purchases.  2nd choice (for me) is Email.
> Vendors that require me to call have been getting less of my business.  Calling is not as convenient as getting information, and making purchases online.
> --- On Tue, 3/13/12, daveswingle2 <swingle_dmc@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I had looked with my own eyes to make
>> sure before I posted, and I have several on the shelf in the
>> parts loft here. Houston's online inventory does not reflect
>> the other stores. It may not even reflect what's really in
>> Houston, sometimes you just have to make one-one contact in
>> the form of an email or phone call.
> ------------------------------------


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