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Old 10-23-2013, 02:55 PM   #131
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Originally Posted by CharlieD View Post
I hate dealing with idiots. And I am the biggest one. I order the grain, malt rye and malt barely for future bread and specifically mentioned that it should not be ground. Guess what, they sent me the ground one of course. Which renders not kosher and I cannot use it. I should have asked for the sales person name and get some kind of written assurance. The stupid thing is that the shipping was more expensive than the grains. I got three different ones. Now I have them seating on the table and they smell so good. The smell of artesian fresh bread. Supper yum. If anybody wants it I'd be happy to send it, its on me. Just hate to waist it.
Charlie, call and complain. Tell them to send you the correct stuff free.

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Old 10-24-2013, 06:43 AM   #132
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I did, problem is it is a small store and they no customer service or anything. Also they did e-mail me the copy of the order but I was so exited that I found the stuff that I did not double check. My foult, or is it fault.

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