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Just hang in there brother, $200 clams ain't really worth getting pissed about... But the point is what matters. I had to send lot's of emails and upload BOLs and stuff but eventually, It all worked out. Have faith, It will work out in the end.Congratulations. Their tax guy just told me basically (no not in these words) to go copulate myself. He tried comparing the purchase of a motor vehicle to buying a candy bar at WalMart. "You have to pay taxes where you bought it." A motor vehicle is NOT a candy bar and I bought many vehicles from GL across state lines and never had this issue. That's fine. The $200 I'm out is far less than they would get in sale fees just from me buying 1 more vehicle (which will NEVER happen). They can also count on a fair amount of employee productivity loss responding to the multiple complaints I'm filing with the state. Trust me it's going to cost them a WHOLE lot more than the money I'm out. Of course the peon employees don't care. They still get their paycheck.
Did all that. Everything going forward is going to the state. I'm done wasting my time with them.Just hang in there brother, $200 clams ain't really worth getting pissed about... But the point is what matters. I had to send lot's of emails and upload BOLs and stuff but eventually, It all worked out. Have faith, It will work out in the end.
Congratulations. Their tax guy just told me basically (no not in these words) to go copulate myself. He tried comparing the purchase of a motor vehicle to buying a candy bar at WalMart. "You have to pay taxes where you bought it." A motor vehicle is NOT a candy bar and I bought many vehicles from GL across state lines and never had this issue.
Thinking it over; and here's what makes sense (but of course will never happen):You are the federal taxpayer who already PAID for the hardware in the first place.
I said "paid" above; more accurately I likely should have said "overpaid".
It's close to criminally absurd to be taxed to build it in the first place and then to be taxed AGAIN to buy it back from Uncle Sam.
I see there might be a need for a auction site for old used wives......I'll throw one if for free......I'm looking for a mute oneI couldn't auction off the wife for any price, so I gave her away, along with the payment book to an unsuspecting older guy who thought she was a good find (bet he doesn't think that now). Thanks for the note on the garage stuff, its guy stuff for retirement one day soon.
I responded in your original thread not going to retype it here.I posted my experience so far here (under "Preview..."):
Basically, no info on exact location, which prevents me from calculating the cost of the trailer.
I agree. Their customer service routine is to never send any documentation to you. Never talk to the same person and never call you back. I complained so much they sent me 3 emails stating they had my lost items. They still wanted me to pay shipping for the items they did not give me during pickup. They then changed their mind after 10 phone calls and a month later they did ship them to me for free. Of course they also closed my account which is no big deal. You can see my adventure in the post above.I won a large tent out of the North Las Vegas warehouse back in November...paid for item and drove down from Utah to pick item up, only to be told that it couldn’t be found. Turns out it had been sold previously back in August, the previous owner let it go into Abandoned status, and when he turned up in October to pick it up, it was released to him.
Because nobody bothered to update its status out of Abandonment, it was relisted and resold even though GP no longer had custody of it. The warehouse manager said no similar items could be substituted (as has been done in past, especially in outside yard with larger items) and I have to go through the dreaded customer service torture.
It’s been nearly 45 days; as listed above, every promise of a callback has been broken...I haven’t been called back a single time. Every time I call I get transferred to different departments several times, lectured every time that I was in the wrong & I have to allow them time to do their “Due Diligence,” yet every single time I’m told that there’s no record of my previous calls nor has anything to substantiate my claims been documented by any employee....my explanations that something should have been emailed/documented by warehouse manager are met EVERY TIME with a lecture about their so-called policies and procedures that nobody at GP/RB/IP seems to follow.
Every phone call wastes 1-2 hours of my time. Every phone call gets me transferred to someone else, and nobody documents anything....which seems to be systematic of Institutionalized Plausible Deniability.
I’m filing a dispute with my credit card company; I’ve had it with their piss-poor customer service. GP/IP/RB is quick to take your money from you, but almost completely unresponsive when they are in the wrong and have to give you your money back.
JWade used to be a great resource here, but he’s moved on to greener pastures after several personnel shakeups and reorganizations.
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