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Exactly on 8/28/01 12:53 AM, Jim Wingo, in part, typed thusly... > What gives is that Epson is notoriously slow in getting information on to > their website. One example can be found in Epson's scanners: in July they > announced five new scanners in three series - 1250, 1650, and 2450 - and > they started a rebate program for the 1250 on August 15. Yet none of these > scanners have shown up in retail and no information about them can be found > on the website. Probably the same mentality that set up their Tech Support E-mail. I have left them multiple messages, some I later truncated in hopes I would actually get a Tech Support person to answer my question. But no, I never got a personal response. All I ever got was a computer-generated response based on key words, nothing worthwhile. [sigh] They are notoriously slow, and totally worthless. Please, somebody. Give me a reason to replace my aged Stylus 800 with a printer from some other manufacturer. Cannon? Hewlett-Packard? Afga? I dunno, but the Epson people are turkeys. Too much profit, too little customer support. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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