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Last month I did a vacation transfer (as you no longer get credit for holds). It never resumed to my home address. (The permanent address was the vacation address.) Times instructs me to next time do vacation transfer (I had done this, but gave them benefit of the doubt). Same thing happened today. I went through the TRANSFER system, never changed my address, but somehow, yet again, my permanent address defaulted to the vacation address. Just yesterday, when it was to resume and did not, I checked my account online, and it was my correct home address. I gave the a "pass" and figured it was just a slip up from the delivery. However, I emailed anyway, just to be sure today's paper was delivered and gave them the home address. This AM, NO PAPER. Go online, my address was the VACATION ADDRESS (Just yesterday it was my correct home address). I call and they said "a mistake was made" (implying mine, I'm sure) and they can send me a complimentary paper, but it is not guaranteed. Really? One paper to satisfy a longtime customer who is considering cancellation? Something is seriously wrong with this system, both customer service and the online software. So my home address is being "changed" as of tomorrow when delivery will resume. At least the tenants at my vacation address will get a free paper. After 20 years of subscription, I am considering cancelling.Anonymous 11/24/13 9:26AM
I subscribed to the L.A. Times/Sunday delivery only on October 3, 2013: I received my first and only delivery on Sunday morning 10-7-2013 and none to follow...
I did pay for the subscription and have proof in my checking account statement...I receive one phone call from Daily Press (the delivery system for Sunday L.A. Times) without any success or resolve to my missing Sunday L.A. Times delivery...
I dont' understand...please assit ASAP...
LSAnonymous 10/27/13 1:21PMOfficial company reply
If you can give us a call at 1800-252-9141 we can credit you for the missed papers and work with your local distributor to ensure you receive all future deliveries.
Amber@LA Times 10/28/13 3:11AM
Today August 27, I Was Surprised To Get Yesterdays Newspaper !the Newspaper Boy Is Still Delivering Mondays Paper !well Ok.....so I Went To The Corner To Buy One From The Machine....its $1.50 Now....wow...well...i Put The Money In And Guess What....the Door Would Not Lift....it Stole My Money !thank You La Times....i Started My Day In A Negative Manner...thanks To You !ALTELLEZ 8/27/13 8:28AMOfficial company reply
If you can give us a call at 1800-252-9141 we can always deliver you a replacement, or credit you for the wrong paper you received.
You can also call our Single Copy hotline at 213-237/6680 with any complaints or questions about a single copy sold paper or rack. They'll assist you with any issues associated with a single copy rack, purchase, fixing a rack or refunds.
Amber@LA Times 9/3/13 11:54AM
The person who delivers my newspaper throws it next to my neighbor's lawn almost everyday, and the paper gets wet every time the lawn gets watered. I call for another paper every time. I think you should stop having another delivery person (because that person knows where to place it on my driveway) and have the first delivery person see where he should deliver the paper. It will save sending two people several times each month. I live in Hacienda Heights and may only be one deliverer. TELL HIM.Anonymous 8/24/13 8:21AMOfficial company reply
If you can email me your information at firstname.lastname@example.org then I'll be happy to get this taken care of for you.
Amber@LA Times 9/3/13 11:56AM
A lady came up to me at campus and asked if I wanted to sign up for a free 2 month trial. She said if I did, I would be helping her to obtain a scholarship. There was no mention for automatic renewals or a number to cancel the trial. Then out of the blue, I received a phone call from a representative who stated that I owe $19.95 for the newspapers. I told him the situation and he replied that he will take care of it and said thank you. Then yesterday, I received another phone call from another rep. that said I still owe the money, saying it was a debt. I'm upset because there was no mention of any automatic renewals or warnings. May I mention that I am a second year college student that does not have any money. Is there any to deal with this?plarios815 8/22/13 3:52PMOfficial company reply
I'm sorry that you didn't see this on your receipt. The terms of the subscription are listed on the receipts when you place an order with an outside sales rep. It would have stated that the order would continue unless you called to cancel. If you can email me your information at email@example.com then I will be happy to get this stopped for you.
Amber@LA Times 9/3/13 11:57AM
I would like to file a formal complaint. I have been receiving robo calls (3 times this morning) when my account is NOT past due. I just refuse to pay 8 weeks in advance.
I tried to log on to view account info online and it demands that I log on via Facebook. That is inappropriate and your procedure requesting a personal/private social site password is inappropriate. Please discontinue this inappropriate procedure.Anonymous 8/17/13 12:54PMOfficial company reply
Our billing cycle bills customers for 8 weeks in advance. This is standard procedure with most newspapers. If you choose to ignore our billing cycle and pay a different amount, then you will be considered past due. The best way to get on track is to pay the amount due on your bill and then the call would stop as your account would be current.
In regards to logging in, you will be prompted to sign in using the same manner you initially registered in. If it prompts you to login via Facebook, that means you originally chose to register through Facebook. Feel free to email me your information at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can remove your registration.
Amber@LA Times 9/3/13 11:59AM
I am a disabled person and have my paper porched and have for many years now, I've had issues with this in the past which had to go all the way to customer relations to get resolved, hopefully this time that won't be required. The area in front of my porch is clear and always is and that's where the paper is normally left, there is a chair on my porch that we leave our cats food under so the sun doesn't get to it, I opened my door to get the paper and it was put under that chair and covering the cat dishes completely, this had to be intentional as you would have to crouch down to get it up under there and cover those dishes ! Why ? I was very upset when I saw this, I would like this complaint forwarded to upper management and my local route manager and want to talk to the route manager in person or by phone to ensure this doesn't happen again, I may not be a big money customer but have been a customer for many years, everything the Sunday Times offers can now a days be obtained on an ipad/iphone including the coupons, I will not hesitate to cancel if this happens again !Anonymous 8/4/13 2:49PMOfficial company reply
Please call customer service at 1800-252-9141. We'll then be able to access your account and get in touch with your local distribution manager to inform them of where your paper should be delivered.
Amber@LA Times 8/5/13 9:57AM
I am having trouble with my paper boy using the stair-well right near the head of my bed. There is no need for there is an elevator.
I am under drs. care for my heart and there is no reason to use this exit and it wakes me up a 4 am with my heart palpitating. Very stressful, so,, I am up for another couple of hours. I am a widow and live alone and it sounds like elephants when he goes down the cement stairs. NO ONE takes the paper on the next floor and only 2 papers are delivered on my floor. I am worried that my health is declining because of the stress that does not need to be.
Please help me out here for the carrier will not answer the phone. I don't think you would like to be responsible for my heart attack.
Thank you, Carol Lee GatesAnonymous 7/30/13 5:28PMOfficial company reply
I'm sorry to hear you're being woken as the carrier is delivering. If you can please call us at 1800-252-9141 then we can get your information and reach out to your local distribution manager to remedy this.
Amber@LA Times 8/1/13 1:03PM
We signed up w/ LA Times under advertisement that we received in the LA Times Paper. It was an ANUAL rate. The add CLEARLY states that the rate advertised is PER YEAR. We have been paying this rate for 3 years. We just received bill that more than doubled rate. When I called to have them correct rate, they (Candice z42407) stated "yes it is per year, but we cant honor that anymore!" WHAT! I still have the advertisement. It CLEARLY states, rate & subscription will continue UNLESS I call to cancel service or we move. Neither of which we have done. That is complete false advertisement. It clearly states its an ongoing basis, with taxes included. Now I am trying to get a hold of legal department. ALL customer service departments claim they have no contact numbers to LA Times Legal Department!! This is soooo frustrating.Anonymous 7/24/13 12:44PMOfficial company reply
Our rates are always subject to change. We do have to evaluate rates due to rising costs in production. All of our marketing material states that your subscription continues until you call to cancel but not that the rate is the same. Feel free to email us at email@example.com to discuss further.
Amber@LA Times 7/26/13 7:16AM
I have an annual LA Times subscription for which I paid in advance valid till 2014.
I keep getting 3 month charges on my credit cards. Its happened two times already and when I call, those are reverted back. I spoke with the same Service agent again and she promised it will never again !
Vola, its again on my Credit Card statement two days after my last refund.
This is like I have to keep looking in my credit card statements and hope that I have not been charged by LA TIMES.
Never go for an annual subscription or pay in advance.Yogi 7/15/13 9:21PMOfficial company reply
If you can email me your account information then I can take a look. This is not normal behavior and I'd like to do some digging to figure this out and ultimately resolve this for you. Please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, subject AMBER.
Amber@LA Times 7/18/13 3:04PM
The L.A. Times has one of the worst customer service departments around. I ordered a print subscription so that I could get the Sunday ads and coupons. My paper continuously showed up with neither. When I called to get the issue resolved, I was told it was because I lived in the outskirts of town and they didn't put those things in the paper (so I don't go 15 miles into town to shop???). They said they'd resolve it, but the paper continued to show up without these inserts. When I would call and ask for a re-delivery WITH my inserts, my Sunday paper would shop up on Wednesday - much too late for me to both planning my shopping. Several calls to their supposed customer service line solved nothing. When I called to cancel, they didn't care about the issue then either. Clearly they don't need customers.Anonymous 7/14/13 12:02PMOfficial company reply
That is definitely not the experience we want our readers to have. You should have gotten the inserts each Sunday and this should have been something that customer service could have assisted you with. I'm sorry that you weren't given the level of service we expect our readers to receive daily. If you change your mind and would like to come back, please email us at email@example.com.
Amber@LA Times 7/15/13 8:31AM
my paper has not been delivered for almost two weeks now.naomi bracey 7/9/13 12:37PMOfficial company reply
Please contact customer service at 1800-252-9141 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll get this taken care of right away.
Amber@LA Times 7/15/13 8:29AM
i did not receive any papers, but they keep asking me money :( what should i do? i canceled two times still asking me money suckAnonymous 7/3/13 4:17PMOfficial company reply
Please send us an email at email@example.com with your account information. We'll be happy to clear this up for you.
Amber@LA Times 7/7/13 11:26AM
The Los Angeles Times has outsourced jobs to India. This is TREASON. Additionally, anyone who doesn't want to PAY IN ADVANCE (and who would, with the way the papers are delivered) you will start getting collections calls from India - all for refusing to PAY for papers NOT YET RECEIVED!!! We've been taking home delivery of the "Shady Times" for 20 years. We are canceling our subscription. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. SHAME ON THE "SHADY TIMES" FOR TAKING AWAY JOBS FROM AMERICAN CITIZENS...FOR THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR !!!Lori Ann 7/2/13 9:28AMOfficial company reply
Hi Lori Ann-
Most all newspapers and magazines bill in advance. If you ever cancelled your account, you'd be refunded the balance. If you ever missed a paper, then you'd be credited for that days delivery. Feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any clarification on how our billing process works. We're happy to help.
Amber@LA Times 7/7/13 11:27AM
Paper missing again...........one more time and I will no longer want paperAnonymous 6/6/13 7:19AMOfficial company reply
Please give us a call anytime you are missing a paper and we can get a replacement out right away. You can reach us at 800-252-9141.
Amber@LA Times 6/17/13 4:06PM
Considering placing an ad with the LA Times, don't do an insert flyer.
I contracted with the LA Times to deliver 60,000 flyers with their residential delivery service. The cost was 2100 and the flyer was designed by the Times.
Would you believe we did not get one phone call.
When I complained to the LA Times I was advised that the ad went out, but they provide no proof.
With a flyer you would expect 1-3% contact depending on the offer. One tenth of that percentage would 600, one one hundredth would be 6. I would have settled for one one hundredth of the distribution.
Either the LA Times is a horrible paper to advertise with or my flyer did not go out. Since they advised me that the flyer went out and provided no offer to try again or refund I can only assume that the flyer went out, and that the customers of the LA Times do not respond to the advertisers. Since this is the case I recommend that you do not advertise with the LA Times.RunToTheInternet 6/4/13 9:34PMOfficial company reply
We value your feedback and want to help, but we cannot locate your advertising account unless we have more information. The Times has an Advertising Standards Dept. that can assist you directly and you are free to call 213-237-6148 so we can research your advertising.
Amber@LA Times 6/17/13 4:10PM
this website is not adequate to schedule vacation stops etc.Anonymous 6/4/13 11:34AMOfficial company reply
You can contact us at 1800-252-9141 if you need any assistance with the site to schedule your vacation hold.
Amber@LA Times 6/17/13 4:10PM
I set a vacation hold on my Los Angeles Times subscription for two weeks in March and was surprised to learn that Los Angeles Times does not provide credit to my account for the two weeks they did deliver a newspaper. I was more surprised to learn that since March 2011 they have not credited any of my vacation holds. Their website does not warn you that when you schedule vacation hold delivery will stop but you will not get credit. E-billing and automatic payment made it easy for this to go unnoticed for so long.EDMCLEE 5/3/13 7:50PMOfficial company reply
We did change our vacation policy in 2011. This information was printed every day in the printed paper for over a year. I do apologize if you didn't see the notifications. Feel free to contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
Amber@LA Times 5/15/13 9:30AM
I have received the L.A. Times for several years. Today I take exception to your service policy. I did not receive my two (2) papers and called in my complaint. I spoke with Mia (Customer Service) who advised The papers would be delivered in 45 to 60 minutes. Two hours later I called again and was advised by Mia that I would receive my papers tomorrow. I would not receive my papers today, because it was beyond the allowed time for any delivery. I requested to speak to a supervisor. I waited on the phone for some twenty (20) minutes and nobody answered. I called again and spoke to Mia. Advised that I would write to the paper and make a complaint not against the carrier but, the pickup person and her (Mia) of customer service. Mia finally got me in touch with Amanda (supervisor) and I advised of my displeasure with the L.A.Times and their customer service. I am waiting to see if I cancel my subscriptions or if I remain a customer. This is unacceptable in every way. I finally did receive one (1) of the two (2) papers I am supposed to receive at 1:05pm. Is this acceptable by any business standards??? I accept the fact that a delivery person will make a mistake. I do not accept customer service and all supervisors making mistakes too. Incompetent in my opinion!!!!Bob 4/21/13 1:16PMOfficial company reply
No, that wasn't acceptable and I apologize that the carrier was not getting your paper to you. If you have an issue in the future please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will jump on this right away.
Amber@LA Times 5/15/13 9:28AM
The Times continues to demand vacation return dates when suspending home delivery. This only allows their representatives to forward vacation information to their criminal friends to burglarize the homes as has been done in the last 1-2 years to dozens of subscribers (according to the Times own publication).
Complaints regarding the refusal to end home delivery without a return date are met with first name phone calls so you cannot identify the person to their system when calling back.
The practice only supports criminal enterprises of home burglary and is unacceptable.dissastified reader 4/18/13 7:50AMOfficial company reply
I'm sorry you feel frustrated by us requiring a return date. The situation you are referencing was the result of theft of our records for customers who had vacation packs-where their papers were held until the subscriber returned and then delivered. We have taken several steps, including the elimination of vacation packs, to ensure this cannot happen again.
Amber@LA Times 5/15/13 9:27AM
Why does the LA Times not credit for the time period and/or extend the subscription for the number of days of non-delivery that the newspaper has been put on a vacation hold? Out of a payment in advance for 8 weeks delivery recently we were on vacation for 3 of those weeks - thus, paying for 8 weeks but only receiving 5 weeks of newspapers. The LA Times "customer service" in the Phillipines informed me that they no longer credit vacation stops, and will not credit the 3 weeks. Something is not right here!Anonymous 4/15/13 1:04PMOfficial company reply
We changed our vacation policy back in 2011. If you are going on vacation for a long period of time then feel free to permanently stop your account. You can then call us upon your return and resume it. You will lose your digital access during that time since you won't be paying for service. Feel free to email us with any questions like this at email@example.com.
Amber@LA Times 5/15/13 9:26AM
I'm a print subscriber as well, and have been, basically, "forever." I'm not even sure why I'm adding my voice here other to to hope that if enough people are annoyed, a change may actually happen. The online edition has its advantages. And I realize that the print version is probably on its way to extinction. Still, eliminating the print TV listings, of all things to lose, is a really decision. Scrolling through a ridiculous online grid is hugely time-consuming. If the Times is going to eliminate one lousy page of user-friendly info, the weekly print TV listings are NOT the thing to lose. I've put up with the gradual cut-back on excellent reportage. The delivery person I've had for several years is just fantastic (thanks, Juan). But the losing these listings is getting pretty close to forcing a deal-break for continued subscription to this once-mighty newspaper. When I get a mo', I'll at least begin researching alternatives. How sad.CK 3/18/13 6:31AMOfficial company reply
We are sorry to hear that you are unhappy with the decision to remove the print TV lisiting.
Subscribers to the L.A. Times can contact customer service at 1800-252-9141 to discuss a complimentary subscription to TV Weekly which would be delivered on Sundays with their paper. I believe they are offering a courtesy subscription for a few months to help ease the transition. After that time our readers can purchase a full TV Weekly subscription or start using the online listings available at www.latimes.com/tv . The free, online Zap2It listings are highly customizable and print in a grid friendly format.
Amber@LA Times 3/18/13 6:51AM
Oh boy. Looks like I am not alone.
Getting rid of the online TV easy to read grid (the .pdf file) and the small daily primetime tv schedule was the last straw for me. Called to cancel and was told I'd get the TV weekly free for 6 months.
I got it once but not today. And notice Sunday paper has a tiny grid, 4 inches by 8 inches, total, 8 to 11 pm only, and NO channel numbers. How useful is this? What brilliant decision by committee came up with that one?
Have emailed LATimes, but from what I'm reading sounds like they want all their print subscribers to ditch, which is what I will do.
And yes, poor grammer these days and only a few columnists left to read. They already fired most of their formerly-great staff.clem 3/17/13 5:55AMOfficial company reply
If you miss any part of your paper just call Membership Services at 1800-252-9141 for a replacement to be sent out. You can also use the free online listings at www.latimes.com/tvtimes. Those listings are able to be customized to exactly what you are looking for.
Amber@LA Times 3/17/13 10:27AM
*** 10 Business Days and still no email or phone call response from the Los Angeles Times ***
I contacted the Los Angeles Times via email on Friday March 3rd, 2013 (3/1/2013 9:52) AM - as directed by Amber. The email contained a copy of my recent invoice (.pdf attachment) and a summary of the unauthorized charges.
I did recieve another invoice in the mail. And, I still have never recieved a newspaper.K2crew 3/14/13 12:15PMOfficial company reply
I've advised customers to contact us at a few different email addresses, based on the issue, so I'm not sure which one you've used. Can you please resend your email to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can assist you? We've looked thoroughly and don't see any email that came in matching your description and would like to remedy this for you. I hope to hear from you soon.
Amber@LA Times 3/15/13 10:04AM
Last year our family attended The annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on April 22nd 2012. The event is now at USC Campus and the Seattle Times had some great offers for new Subscribers. We signed up for a 8 week Trial of the Sunday Edition for 15.92 and received the 2012 Los Angeles Area Entertainment book as (valued at $20.00 Costco). I specifically asked the LA Times Rep if the plan would auto-renew and was told No, Absolutely Not. I asked this question on two occasions as I did not sign-up on the way in to the event, the sign-up occurred on the way out.
The problem is, we did not receive a single delivery of the Los Angeles Times News Paper (any edition/any day of the week). I thought they just had a bad delivery issue (The Address on the first (Feb. 2013) statement is Perfect = Correct)
And, I/we didn't realize that the LA Times had auto-renewed the subscription until I lost my Credit Card in January 2013 and the Bank re-issued. The last charge was 12/04/2012 and I just received my first Statement (February 2013) from the Seattle Times requesting payment for the next 8-week cycle.
The Los Angeles Times is out of control and the ethics of the sales people, Liars....
Fk2crew 2/28/13 1:27PMOfficial company reply
I'm sorry to hear that you had a negative experience with us. The sales rep should have explained to you about the policy of auto renewing subscriptions and that policy was reiterated on your receipt. If you can email us your information at email@example.com then we'll be more than happy to take a look into your account. This will allow us to find out which sales rep handled your subscription and process any reversals we need to.
Amber@LA Times 2/28/13 2:53PM
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I started sending the delivery person a gift card each Christmas and have had no problems with delivery since. Hey only a $25.00 Target card...amounts to 50 cents per week. Try it.carol6483 11/28/13 11:06AM
I didn't.receive my Sunday paper so I called at 9:am. I called again at 11:45 am. It.s now after 2 pm., still no paper. I heard the time is cutting back. Is this the way it is going 2 b now?claraxyz 11/24/13 3:13PM
Sandy with the LA Times Membership Services responded to my email regarding a couple of issues including non-delivery and auto-payments. Sandy was very positive, professional and resolved all the issues within 2-3 business days.K2crew 5/21/13 10:48AM
This paper is superb, as is my deliveryperson. Couldn't be happier and hope emergence from bankruptcy doesn't negatively affect the quality.equipoise 1/7/13 1:05PM
I was approached at a Starbucks on my way to school by a girl, she gave me some story about helping her with a program and that she was offering a special trial for the Times newspaper.. Im a college student so i dont have much money but this chick was "cute" so I was sold. I gave her the last of my money and she signed me up. I had no delivery issues and most days i would walk past the paper on my way out. My dad seemed to like it. I also received a notice that looked like a bill.. I called the number and i had to double check it, since it sounded like I called another country. I told them that i wanted to stop my special trial and that i only signed up because the girl was "cute" and i wanted to help her out.. I repeated that a few more times and it was done! Its been a few weeks since i stopped it and i havent received any other papers.. But if i run into that girl again i will be happy to give her whatever money i have and live off of Top Ramen!AsiansensationET 11/27/12 1:11PM
I purchased an LA Times subscription a few weeks ago on campus from a student. The student told me that it is basically free because all I have to do is pay $20 for the delivery. The only issue is that the student was trying to sell me on the Sunday Coupons when all I needed the paper for was for my Poli Sci class. Overall I am happy with the service and loved how all I had to do is pay for shipping and get the paper for free!
The only thing I am scared of is that a lot of my classmates are telling me that when they try to cancel the LA Times cancels their order but keeps sending them the paper and then sends them a bill a few months later. I hope that doesn't happen to me since I don't want to pay for it.csungirl25 11/22/12 8:26PM
Customer service representatives of latimes are very friendly and patience however, the website and the service of delivery sucks...Gage 7/1/12 10:51AM
After reading these reviews I didn't have much hope. I decided not to wait for a live operator and go w/ the automated "missing paper" prompt. I entered my info and, voila... less than 1 hour later my paper was sitting in my driveway. it worked for me, good luck!
holly oHollyO 12/11/11 9:51AMOfficial company reply
I'm happy to hear that you had a great experience. Please let me know if you ever need anything.
Amber@LA Times 12/13/11 11:55AM
The automated customer service generally works very well. Our paper always arrives by early morning.Occasionally our paper is wet by the time we go out to pick it up, but if we call the automated phone system in time a new paper is dispatched within a couple of hours. We have used the online vacation hold request effectively. I think people who have complaints are more likely to post them that people who are satisfied with the service.Anonymous 9/7/11 8:42PM
We have been loyal Los Angeles Times readers for years. I receive my paper before 5 am every morning. The service is great. Love the Spots page, editorials and Steve Lopez.
Keep up the good work. I read the paper before work and can discuss news events with confidence.Anonymous 8/25/11 5:41PM
In short, it's quite a surprise that their customer services are very good.
It seems that in general, calls from them haven't left positive impressions on me. I had a similar situation to some of the complaints listed at this site. I put on vacation hold for quite a while and recently got billed for those papers. I called a couple of days ago and was surprised and happy that it went very smoothly. The wait is less than a minute. Jane (I think that is her name) explained to me that they changed their policy to not credit those papers while my vacation hold was in effect, and credited back those charges and now I have some credit in my account. And I went along to cancel my subscription without hassle. She thanked me politely in the end. That's quite a nice experience.
In conclusion, it appears that those that call us weren't so great, but those we call have been very nice.Fair Paul 8/21/11 2:16PM
Thank you to Amber who posted an employee comment here with an email address to address complaints to.
They were so quick in resolving my issue and explaining my bill to me. I got a response right away. Really fantastic customer service!Betty 11/23/10 2:42PM
Just a moment ago, I called customer service of the Times, people overseas, they are so considerate that they would really help you out.FU 8/23/10 5:52PM
I just called to withhold home delivery while out of town...the services was great : prompt response..& job done painless and easy..
Thank you so much, we greatly appreciate your kind care.
FFFF 7/23/10 11:42AM
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I have read through all of the comments on this site and all of these are incidents that are easily resolved. If you would like to give us a chance to solve any issues you are experiencing, I invite you to please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope you will give us a chance to address your issue or concern and demonstrate the level of customer service we strive for every day. After all, there is no "us" without you.
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