jd wrote:From their website :
Because of the big volume of Spam E-Mails we receive everyday, we had to install E-Mail Spam filters on our server. When sending an E-Mail to Best, Please put the word "Atari", Atari item or Atari part number, Atari Question or Atari Sales inquiry in the Subject line. E-Mails with the typical Spam subject matter like: Urgent, Must read, Regarding, FWD, HTML Code, Blank subject line (RE:) or other SPAM E-Mail Subject lines you receive, will be automatically deleted on our E-Mail Server and never reach us.
After sending your E-Mail to us, if you do not hear back from us within a day or less, please resend your E-Mail inquiry with a different Subject matter information or from a different E-Mail address. We do 100% respond to every Atari E-Mail we receive. But sometimes Spam Filters on your Internet Service Provider or your own personal E-Mail Spam software filter you have installed may delete or send our return Atari E-Mail to your Trash can.
tuf wrote:I had a successful order about 3 weeks ago. Make sure you order through their web process - I've had no problems with straight up orders.
mikro wrote:Well, I haven't seen a reply from him since February... (tried several times during the year, nothing).
mikro wrote:Yes, I'm aware of that. I think he must have either some weird spam filters in use or a total mess in his email client. For instance, just for fun, I tried to write him under a different name (and email). And behold! Got a reply within a day. Ordered some things, asked him how much to pay (after 3-4 emails back and forth, mind you!) - silence. To this day I haven't received a reply to this *other* email account.
I can't find a reasonable explanation but I'm sure as hell not going to buy/recommend to buy anything ever from him.
Wayne123 wrote:I have just called him to order stuff, with IP phone service calls are free for me.
Rustynutt wrote:Made a phone order yesterday no problem. Think it's just timing
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