Keith R. Stewart wrote:
> Sorry to hear about this Joe. Since we all encouraged you to get into this,
> we should share the burden. How much are you out on the Bulletin project? I
> am sure we can collectively cover it.
> > From: Joe Curry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > To: Triumphs Mail List <email@example.com>; Spitfire Mail List
> > Subject: Notice of Non Payment
> > Date: Tuesday, December 01, 1998 7:05 PM
> > Although I am somewhat reluctant to do this, I have bee left with no
> > other choice but to notify the Lists of a person who has not paid for
> > one of the Service Bulletin sets I sent out. I do so to keep anybody
> > else from being soaked by this individual.
> > After numerous EMAIL please to pay the $19 (US), and even a phone call
> > from Michael Bayrock (thanks Michael), Bryce Mack has refused to even
> > give me the courtesy of answering any of the EMAILS.
> > Therefore, Anybody who is selling something to Bryce Mack (White Rock,
> > BC, Canada), had better request money in advance or else send the
> > product Collect.
> > Thanks to all the rest of you who have paid promptly for the Bulletins,
> > Regalia and parts that I have sent you, especially those who kicked in a
> > few extra bucks. That has helped defray the cost of doing business with
> > the few "dead beats" that lurk on the lists.
> > Regards,
> > Joe Curry
> > --
> > "If you can't excel with talent, triumph with effort."
> > -- Dave Weinbaum in National Enquirer
Perhaps if we had Mr. Mack's email address (and Joe's mailing address),
we could each write him a nice note politely asking for payment. What's
he own you, Joe...$19?