Anyone have any luck with the new "Dragoncares" parts line?

Anyone have any luck with the new "Dragoncares" parts line?

Post by MLDH » Thu, 30 Sep 2004 11:24:15



Just contacted the new DML/Dragon "Dragoncares" site about a incompletely cast
part on a new high profile DML release.
 I got an automatic seeming message asking for information I had already
provided and have heard nothing else from them for more than 24hrs. I know
24hrs is not much time, but just wondering if anyone has used the site.

So, has anyone else had any experience or better yet, any luck, with this
method of getting parts?

I had 2 experiences with the old Marco Polo folks and getting parts, one great
and one terrible. just wondering how this will go.

Mike
Mike
please remove "diespam" to reply

If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs, perhaps you've
misunderstood the situation.

 
 
 

Anyone have any luck with the new "Dragoncares" parts line?

Post by Keep » Fri, 01 Oct 2004 03:54:13


Quote:
>Mike
>please remove "diespam" to reply

>If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs, perhaps
>you've
>misunderstood the situation.

I'd give them a week at least.

The Keeper (of too much crap!)

 
 
 

Anyone have any luck with the new "Dragoncares" parts line?

Post by Victoria R. Lauricell » Sat, 02 Oct 2004 09:14:58


Just had a fine experience replacing Hasagawa part I botched. I was
impressed.


Quote:
> Just contacted the new DML/Dragon "Dragoncares" site about a incompletely
cast
> part on a new high profile DML release.
>  I got an automatic seeming message asking for information I had already
> provided and have heard nothing else from them for more than 24hrs. I know
> 24hrs is not much time, but just wondering if anyone has used the site.

> So, has anyone else had any experience or better yet, any luck, with this
> method of getting parts?

> I had 2 experiences with the old Marco Polo folks and getting parts, one
great
> and one terrible. just wondering how this will go.

> Mike
> Mike
> please remove "diespam" to reply

> If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs, perhaps
you've
> misunderstood the situation.