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Thread: recent problem with Wolverine Technologies LLC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jericho View Post
    UGH , lol , if you have questions about USPS or why it works the way it does , drop me a line, worked for them for 20 years, ill tell you the truth, some you may not want to hear and some they may not want said LOL
    Now that sounds ominous !

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    Quote Originally Posted by patracy View Post
    It is kind of unfair in a way to post feedback for a transaction that didn't happen here. But in light of the problematic nature I don't think it's uncalled for in this case. I hope I get a chance to stop having meetings to give them a call today. (Not that I carry any weight in getting them to honor their deals, but more about the fact they're referencing to the site)
    Totally agree. My iTrader rating was dinged on here from a transaction that didn't took place. I never really got over it.

    I have a spare new fan for the Delco clone alternator that was sent to you. I could send it to you for free if you still have the alt, incl shipping.
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    FWIW, I ordered the kit from Wolverine last year and got excellent service and all my questions answered. Maybe I was lucky....or they are a somewhat distracted outfit.
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    My guess is one of their biggest issues is shipping alternators with USPS.
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    they can Contact their shipping rep in the USPS . they will come out to visit , examine your product and advise how to properly package and ship. FOR FREE, no charge for the visit. The post office has shrunk from 500k to around 110 K in personnel in the last decade, AUTOMATION is the current trend! AND we deliver more packages now than we ever have . Its the first class letter mail that has dropped off , Packages have increased. When you mail a package today when the clerk places it in a post con thats the last time a human touches it until it gets to the destination Post Office , It is all done by robots and conveyor belts, , and yes they do drop onto belts, into post cons sometimes . The Guys supplying the ALTS do need to improve their shipping containers! my alt came quickly and i had no problems , but the box was a wreak . the alt is simply poorly packed for its weight ! FACT. Best method for an altenator is a foamed in place box The Air force even ships Jet Engines in cardboard , foamed in place boxes , albeit the small ones .

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