I have got through to him & we did speak at length about selling his complete range of decals on my site. I think the problem he has is that he has a busy cycle shop & the decal side is a small part. If he's like me & runs everything as a on man band, keeping everybody happy all the time can proove hard. But I do agree, running a decal service & not actually answering emails & the phone is not good for trade. A good website which people can see the images & buy over the net is what is needed. Shove them in an envolope and the jobs done. Loading 1,000's of decal images up to a website is not my idea of fun.
Regards, Tim Gunn
The Old Bicycle Co. Cut Elms Farm, Aythorpe Roding, Near Great Dunmow, Essex, CM6 1PQ. United Kingdom.
----- Original Message ----- From: Fred Rafael Rednor To: The Old Bicycle Co Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2006 2:43 PM Subject: decals from the UK.
Tim, have you ever been able to get this guy to reply to you, though? I'm trying to get transfers from him for my old Witcomb and MKM frames, to no avail. He doesn't seem to reply to emails and asks to be called on the phone between 8:30am and 10:30am. Even from the eastermost states in the USA, tha means calling him before 5:30am our time. Also, if you go to his page he alludes to accepting Paypal remitances from the USA, but also hints that he will only take checks or banf drafts. Perhaps some CR member on your side of the ocean can help me out. At this point, I'm actually in a hurry for those transfers! Regards, Fred Rednor - Arlington, Virginia (USA)
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