Amazingly, two weeks after I posted the this and linked it to my complaint on the STAR CJ website, I received a call from them, and also, FINALLY, A WORKING REPLACEMENT of my product. This time around, I checked its condition before accepting delivery !!
It is soon going to be the one year annivesary of my INALSA FOOD PROCESSOR, which is now a showpiece at our home !!
The product was ordered on 22Dec 2011 and promptly delivered on 25 Dec 2011 , with a broken Blender jar, that I could not use.
I called the STAR CJ shop immediately who said, dont worry just start using the product and we will replace the jar in one week
Next call – in 15 days
Next call – in one week
By april, I had made 20 calls to the call center, spoke to about 15-20 different people, and also many supervisors
They all assured me of prompt service and immeadiate action – nobody delivered.
Then in May, the main processor stopped. I was too tired to do anything about it by now. All I have is bad afters- ales service, a broken down product and a legacy of high phone bills (my bills averaged over a thousand rupees over 6 months that I kept calling these people)
I don’t believe in “shop now online or shop now on the phone ” anymore. It was a bad idea !
This is something I would do !!
Originally posted on Los Rodriguez Life:
|Last Friday, Javi and I planned to do some more hiking around Buena Vista but my cousin Andrew advised us to conserve our energy for our big climb on Saturday. Instead, we decide to drive to Fairplay, CO and visit an open-air museum for South Park City, another abandoned town but completely restored. It was one of the best museums I’ve been to – truly! South Park City was a mining town in the 19th century, and the town’s economy diversified enough so that when the mining boom ended the city still thrived for a few decades. Eventually, the city fell into disrepair until the early 20th century when an attorney from Colorado Springs took interest in the history of the town and set out to restore it. He moved representative period buildings from all over the area to one single space on the outskirts of Fairplay. Eventually through donations and fundraising the South Park Historical Foundation was able to purchase land, buildings and an inventory of relics from the 19th century to essentially create a fabulous, interactive museum. Some of the buildings are in their original spot, such as the pioneer house. Families from all over the area searched their attics and basements for artifacts and furnishings to donate to the museum, which resulted in a collection of over 40,000 items to fill the buildings. It’s remarkable how many items they recovered, from medicine bottles to cash registers to dentist tools.||El Viernes, Javi y yo planeamos salir a caminar cerca de Buena Vista pero mi primo Andrew nos recomendo conservar energia para nuestra escalada el Sabado. Asi que en vez decidimos manejar camino a Fairplay, Colorado y visitar un museo al aire libre llamado South Park City, otro pueblo abandonado que ha sido reconstruido. Fue una de los mejores museos que he visitado – en serio! South Park City era un publito minero del siglo 19, y la economia del pueblo se diversifico lo suficiente que cuando el boom de la mineria colapso el pueblo se mantuvo vigente por algunas decadas. Eventualmente, la ciudad fue decayendo, hasta que a principios del siglo 20 un abogado de Colorado Springs se intereso en la historia del pueblo y se propuso restorarlo. El movie edificios tipicos de la epoca de distintos lugares cercanos a Fair Play y los puso todos juntos en un terreno. Gracias a donaciones y eventos para generar fondos la fundacion Historica de South Park City pudo comprar este terreno, los edificios y el inventario de reliquias del siglo 19 que son el corazon de este fabuloso y interactivo museo. Familias de toda el area uscaron en sus aticos y subterraneos artefactos y muebles para donar al museo, lo que resulto en una coleccion de mas de 40,000 articulos que llenan los edificios. Es digno de destacar las cantidad de articulos recuperados, desde botellas de remedios a cajas registradoras a herramientas de dentistas.|