Really, Barnes & Noble?! “We can’t comment on this matter”? Why?! If you, the company itself, cannot comment on this matter or do anything about it…then who can? This is the type of stuff I’ve been dealing with for MONTHS regarding books that I wrote and own ALL the rights to! This has to be the dumbest, most mind-boggling response to a customer service query I’ve ever received. And then to end with, “We hope you find this information helpful”? Wow. I don’t even know. Is it just me, folks, or are you shaking your head at this response as well? I highly doubt they can truly “feel my frustration.”
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Subject: RE: Customer Service Mail – Order Number:Re: Mending Fences by Star Ferris – Other
Date: Sat, 27 Apr 2013 10:00:08 -0400 (EST)
Dear Bev Sninchak,
Thank you for your email.
We understand that you have not authorized Barnes and Noble to carry “Mending Fences.” We feel your frustration. However, we are sorry if we cannot comment on this matter. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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