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visual-hybrid
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Halfords

Postby visual-hybrid » Sat Mar 28, 2009 11:58 am

The staff are unreal and the customer service is none existent. I totally sympathise with you.

My work also do the cycle to work with them.. a ss

Frank the tank
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Postby Frank the tank » Sat Mar 28, 2009 12:29 pm

The company I work for are contemplating a C2W scheme, I hope they avoid the Halfords route.
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prawny
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Postby prawny » Mon Mar 30, 2009 10:38 am

My C2W scheme is through halfords I got a boardman road comp, the bike's great the staff at my local one are good enough the problem I've had is stock with warranty parts.
I've had to have 2 new LH tiagra shifters the first one took 2 weeks for them to sort out and the second has taken 3 weeks I took it in on thursday when the thing came in but they can't fix it until tomorrow :evil:

My next bike I'm going to pay pay full RRP from a small decent shop with a good reputation. :)
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