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Bad customer service from um, missing parts...

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Hi Jemma,

Can you share your ordernumber with me so I can have someone look into it? (atm I am in NYC for Maker Faire and an e-NABLE conference in the John Hopkins hospital).

Was there a notification on the invoice that the missing parts were not on stock?

If you send me the details in a DM I will get back with you, thank you.

 

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Hi Jemma ! :-)

How long have you been waiting ?

Im sure Sander will get onto this for you and solve the problem quickly.

Its just.... a pity you can get direct answers from ultimaker... I guess they are still under manned in customer services...

God Bless and best wishes to Dublin from me ! :-)

Ian

 

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Finally got a reply and an apology. Parts have still not been sent out. Where I work, we have about 50 Um's 1's and 2's, most of those aren't working / waiting for parts.

I've scrapped the um1 at this stage and moved to a different supplier because the hardware / customer service is crap.

Best of luck everyone with your machines! :-P

 

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