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GP and IP are literally the same company and the same people... My email signature is IP. All of the GP customer service came from IP they literally sit beside each other field calls for both companies. The difference in the companies is one relies on the government and is at their mercy considerably. While IP's sales are already ready to move.I would disagree with GP, the only way you're not a joke is that you're making money hand over first. I feel IP is more customer service orientated, and definitely more knowledgeable. It's kinda annoying with the long waits when you're paying close to retail/wholesale for items. Back in the GL days you were also paying scrap metal prices on the trucks.... Least you're using our feedback.
It was running pretty smooth until the HMMWV's came in to play and everyone from the past auctions requested one. We are catching up on those I stayed until 7PM last night printing reassignment letters...Got my EUCs in about 3 weeks, but the SF97s are a different story. I have been waiting 5 weeks now for that, called and they said they were "Overwhelmed" with SF97 requests. Well what did they expect when selling only rolling stock? Maybe they should hire more people in that dept.
I absolutely agree. I sent this thread to our customer service manager to let him know what people are being told. I at times get frustrated listening to them and I don't have my money tied up.JWade, I think that the best thing that GP could do now to help is to reset expectations. Not all buyers come here and if you call the "average EUC approval process is 3 to 5 weeks"
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