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reply "Mister Nice Guy" <misterniceguy0 gmail.com> writes:
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*Storesonline, Ecommerce and Customer Service*

I want life to be better for my family? I am an entrepreneur.

I like to dream big dreams and follow them? I am a maverick.

I care about other people and their needs? I am a humanitarian.

I want to be responsible to those who place their trust in me? I believe in
customer support.

I believe in the power of the virtual world and *Storesonline*? I'm sold on
ecommerce.

I love to make money? who doesn't

The world of ecommerce beings together people who share a common goal. That
ambition stems from the creation of wealth through the sale of online
products and services. The best at this are those who are most closely
aligned with the need to balance income with a true caring for those who are
or will be customers.* Storesonline* has the ecommerce solution for software
and generating revenue.

We should create ecommerce solutions for ourselves, but also for the
customer. Our aim should not be simply to attempt to increase personal
wealth at any cost.

Statistics tend to show that companies that care most for customers tend to
have the best chance at long-term survival. I think a lot of that has to do
with the fact that we all like to deal with businesses we trust.

For instance if I buy something from a hardware store down the street and
they don't treat me very well I probably won't be going back to the store
anytime soon. If that practice is normal most who visit the store will never
return. *Storesonline* customer is far superior then many others on the web,
so clients can be assured of great results.
Aug 13 2008
next sibling parent "Denis Koroskin" <2korden gmail.com> writes:
On Wed, 13 Aug 2008 17:09:08 +0400, Mister Nice Guy  
<misterniceguy0 gmail.com> wrote:

 *Storesonline, Ecommerce and Customer Service*

 I want life to be better for my family? I am an entrepreneur.

 I like to dream big dreams and follow them? I am a maverick.

 I care about other people and their needs? I am a humanitarian.

 I want to be responsible to those who place their trust in me? I believe  
 in
 customer support.

 I believe in the power of the virtual world and *Storesonline*? I'm sold  
 on
 ecommerce.

 I love to make money? who doesn't

 The world of ecommerce beings together people who share a common goal.  
 That
 ambition stems from the creation of wealth through the sale of online
 products and services. The best at this are those who are most closely
 aligned with the need to balance income with a true caring for those who  
 are
 or will be customers.* Storesonline* has the ecommerce solution for  
 software
 and generating revenue.

 We should create ecommerce solutions for ourselves, but also for the
 customer. Our aim should not be simply to attempt to increase personal
 wealth at any cost.

 Statistics tend to show that companies that care most for customers tend  
 to
 have the best chance at long-term survival. I think a lot of that has to  
 do
 with the fact that we all like to deal with businesses we trust.

 For instance if I buy something from a hardware store down the street and
 they don't treat me very well I probably won't be going back to the store
 anytime soon. If that practice is normal most who visit the store will  
 never
 return. *Storesonline* customer is far superior then many others on the  
 web,
 so clients can be assured of great results.

Is it a bug? <g>
Aug 13 2008
prev sibling parent Brad Roberts <braddr puremagic.com> writes:
Denis Koroskin wrote:
 On Wed, 13 Aug 2008 17:09:08 +0400, Mister Nice Guy
 <misterniceguy0 gmail.com> wrote:
 

 
 Is it a bug? <g>

Its someone who subscribed to the mailing list form of the newsgroup and just got himself flagged as moderate all posts. So no more spam from him through the list. Later, Brad
Aug 13 2008