Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I did not copy anything. It is common sense and the first point of troubleshooting for this kinda issues. Just happened that my post came in just after yours, as i did a bit more typing maybe :)
And by the way, I was not begging. It is the way I usually close the post. If you notice, I did not say something like "please choose "accept" to my solution.
I said "IF you are satisfied with my solution or have no further queries, please take a moment to "Accept" this solution." I left the choice to the customer to post further if the issue was not resolved.
But I do agree with your point of view. I have seen a lot of premiums lost myself because of 'begging' tactics. However, I do want to clarify that my closing statement is not a BEG.
Posted on May 22, 2008
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