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Kinda s*cks to see people discussing the articles in the forum's, and you are still left i the dark. Especially since you know all the articles are ready online to be read too....
I think this is so weird.. WM isnt exactely a cheap magazine, so why the shipping is like this is a mystery to me. For normal shipping it shouldnt be more thewn ~ 4 days from UK to Holland.
I have asked this question several times now, but never gotten a answer. I DO know it already costed WM several subscribers.
Two friends of mine did not subscribe, after they saw from me it would take this long, while the articles are all online on this website.
To be honoust, I feel the same. I know all the articles are online on this site for me to read already, but yet I have to wait for weeks.
I subscribe to a few magazines but WM is the only one whichs seems to take several weeks from UK to Stockholm and where I can find the current issue in the shop before it´s on my doorstep...
I am getting really dissapointed this way in WM Marcin Miller, I hope you understand that.
It's almost a punishment to subscribe for the magazine, since non-subscribers can go read the articles here on the site right away (I could do too ofcourse, but whats the subscription good for then).
I'd really like to have this solved soon, and if that is not possible, is there a way for a refund and cancellation of my subscription? I'd rather print the articles out on the site and carry them where ever I want to read them.
(like I said in another thread, you already lost 2 subscribers who saw here at my place how long it takes, and they decides to just go read the articles from the website)
[This message has been edited by Jeroen Kloppenburg (edited 14 December 2002).]
Contact Colin Wilshire, and make sure that your adress has been spelled right. In mine case they had the wrong postal code all the time, so I was very lucky sometimes that the mailman was forwarding it to me.
But I agree, you have to wait for a very long time to get your Issue, the reason I stayed, is that I don't have to travel to other places to pick up a magazine, wich means you have to spend money on fuel and spend some time to get one, to avoid all these troubles, I probably stay with my subscribtion.
I guess my replacement issue will be here friday or so, and (I bet) tommorow or the day after that my original issue will drop on the doormat.
I think a warm thank you is on its place for Colin Wilshire, because he allways does his very best(together with his collegues) to get what you asked for... Thanks Colin.
Oh, and Colin also told me there are no shipping problems, and categoricaly dismissing my problems, and the only problem Huurman had was his postal code was not correct, which is fixed now.
All I see is Huurman's reaction on this board, as well as others, where he says his issues take a long time, and replacements issues arive within 1 week. I dont know why we keep being told there is no problem here.
I love the magazine, but this is kinda silly. I hope Marcin Miller will be able to solve things...
[This message has been edited by Jeroen Kloppenburg (edited 13 January 2003).]
The last 3 issues had to be replaced as they didn't arrive.I found out the magazine is send through a dutch adress and doesn't make it to my door .
Everytime i had to mail Alison Lamour for a replacement wich i got within two days(yes it can be done)
Soon number 29 , maybe thistime it will come in time!!!!
What's is wrong with Dutch readers?
I'm glad Marcin said now he will look into the problem. I love the magazine, nothing beats having the paper issue, and sit besides the fireplace, with a glass of excellent SM enjoying the articles and photo's.
Can't wait to see the next issue comming in, whenever the postal gods allow it comming in
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