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Adapter failed to find Linksys router......no connection

Discussion Thread Customer (thomas lucente) 09/18/2008 04:17 PM I received no help..it was a wasted 2 hrs trying to understand the
technicians....I was promised that they could help me and the fee would be waived if
they couldn't....I have contested the amount with MC credit and explained that
I received no service. Don't know if I will purchase or recommend any
Linksys products after this awful experience.
Thomas B. Lucnete


In a message dated 9/18/2008 5:42:49 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
support@linksys.com writes:

Sales Receipt
Service Support Number : CXC080918IOO7 Purchase Date : 2008-09-18 14:42:08
Purchased : Linksys Direct Connect (LDC) - Single incident For Product :
WRT54G2 with serial # : CSV00H622824 Case ID : 080918-015003 Price : 9.99
Total : 9.99 Customer Info : Thomas Lucente 1191 CREST RIDGE DRIVE
Bedford Tel : 5405863968 Email: lucentet@aol.com



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I'm sorry to hear about that. Can you tell me the problem you have with the Linksys devices?

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I received no help..it was a wasted 2 hrs trying to understand the
technicians....I was promised that they could help me and the fee would be waived if
they couldn't....I have contested the amount with MC credit and explained that
I received no service. Don't know if I will purchase or recommend any
Linksys products after this awful experience. I wouldn't buy any program that asks for money up front and then doesn't deliver.....bad company and questionable value
Thomas B. Lucente
In a message dated 9/18/2008 5:42:49 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
support@linksys.com writes:

Sales Receipt
Service Support Number : CXC080918IOO7 Purchase Date : 2008-09-18 14:42:08
Purchased : Linksys Direct Connect (LDC) - Single incident For Product :
WRT54G2 with serial # : CSV00H622824 Case ID : 080918-015003 Price : 9.99
Total : 9.99 Customer Info : Thomas Lucente 1191 CREST RIDGE DRIVE
Bedford Tel : 5405863968 Email: lucentet@aol.com

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