I have sent several emails to PCA through this website about my subscription, (I am at least one magazine, missing possibly 2)but MANAGERS at PCA do NOT HAVE THE DECENCY to reply to emails,they do not even have an "receipt of e mail" acknowledgement sent out automatically. The same thing happened last November/ december when I had given details to renew my subscription, but someone at PCA had lost my details, and I was inundated with phone calls and mailshots to renew my already renewed subscription! It did eventually get sorted, but again I have no choice but to send mails as I am unable to get to a telephone to contact PCA during their working hours. I try to navigate round the web site to view my subscription details, but I am prevented from doing so by hang-ups and error 404 messages. I have no problem with other websites, so I am sure any problems are not with my copmuter or ISP as some may suggest.
Come PCA get your finger out or you will lose another subscriber!
for all the compliments. I suppose I had better "get my finger out" as you so charmingly put it.
So that I have my facts right, are you saying that you have contacted both Faith Wardle at PCA and Sean Sheffield at Galleon, and neither of them have responded? I can't think what else you mean when you say "they are just not bothered".
Perhaps if you could lighten up on the insults and let me have some facts I could help. Please could you tell me who these "Managers" are that you have emailed at PCA and when you did so? Then I can try to find out what the situation is.
Dr. Charles thinks you have tunnel vision - I'm not sure quite what that adds to the discussion, but it seems pretty irrelevant to me.
you could tell me what your particular struggle with us was all about Dr. Charles? Referring vaguely to something unspecified isn't really very helpful, and you never know - I may be able to assist you too.
There's absolutely nothing wrong with reading other computer magazines - I do it myself - but referring to someone who reads PCA exclusively as having tunnel vision isn't very nice is it?
Let's keep the thread to the point, and dispense with the little homilies about commercial sense.