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Why are you so fixated by this :confused1:

 

I would have expected decent suppliers to simply state how poor it is that he's been supplied such poor product and how they always produce good quality product and have happy customers.

 

Its been more a case of many alining themselves with the suppliers of the poor product and suggesting that KT is unreasonable for expecting better.

 

People suggesting he seasons his own:confused1: why? If logs are sold as seasoned or ready to burn thats what they should be, it not exactly rocket science. If you can't guarantee seasoned logs, sell them as unseasoned or "dry your own" its pretty simple.

 

Given the hostility on this thread I not surprised TK has not wanted to give his address and why should he.

 

Agree with all of that (no clapping hands emoji though Dave)

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Why are you so fixated by this :confused1:

 

I would have expected decent suppliers to simply state how poor it is that he's been supplied such poor product and how they always produce good quality product and have happy customers.

 

Its been more a case of many alining themselves with the suppliers of the poor product and suggesting that KT is unreasonable for expecting better.

 

People suggesting he seasons his own:confused1: why? If logs are sold as seasoned or ready to burn thats what they should be, it not exactly rocket science. If you can't guarantee seasoned logs, sell them as unseasoned or "dry your own" its pretty simple.

 

Given the hostility on this thread I not surprised TK has not wanted to give his address and why should he.

 

"Decent" suppliers will sit back and say nothing,they have their round,their customer Base and their loyalty,they need not an Internet wind up merchant

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If that's a question, the answer is no, what are you talking about?

 

If you weren't, you weren't. I'll park it there.

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Why pay for an inferior quality product that isn't as advertised and not take this up with the seller?

 

Not everyone is as feisty as some members on here. I know I would't make a fuss over £20-£30 quid. It's not as though he didn't get any logs just not as much as expected or wetter than hoped so not down a fortune.

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Not everyone is as feisty as some members on here. I know I would't make a fuss over £20-£30 quid. It's not as though he didn't get any logs just not as much as expected or wetter than hoped so not down a fortune.

 

I don't think its down to being feisty really its about getting what you asked for

 

If you asked for a steak in a restaurant and they gave you chicken you wouldn't tell them that's not what you ordered?

 

I cant have sympathy for someone who lets a rouge walk all over them

 

I would have a different attitude if the op had questioned the poor sellers who then in turn did nothing

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