Feedback Rules - Read before Posting

Ron Earp

The feedback forum is for members to provide details of their experiences, both positive and negative, of working with vendors and companies dealing in products of interest to this forum membership. The rules for the use of this subforum are simple:

  1. Be truthful and be courteous and professional, even if you have less than complementary comments.
  2. Write about your experiences. It is not acceptable to write about your friend's experiences or write hearsay.
  3. Provide supporting documentation. Do not provide private communications unless you have received permission to do so from all parties involved.
I trust this is clear and concise enough to guide this subforum.

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Ron Earp

In light of recent events in the Feedback Forum a refresher on the site rules, as well as registration disclaimer, is in order.