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Which would you rather have? Can't have both. The writer is $5,095. With the $700 discount, it is $4,395 plus tax.
How much did you pay for your Diamante? What kind of deal did you get, if any? Are there any remaining issues/problems with the writer?
There is NO RETURN POLICY -- which makes me totally leery for such a $$$$ investment.
I'm trying to decide whether I want a new writer, not that I need one.
M.A., you can take your self-righteous ethical BS somewhere else, because I really don't give a flying f-ck what you and your hypocritical ilk think or say, okay? So save it for your sheeple. I've had it up to here with you and your kind. Don't preach to me again -- EVER.
I never carry a balance on any of my cards, even from the day I got my first one. Like you, I do not want to pay interest either and never do. I also never finance anything, particularly major/large purchases. The $700 discount does sound a bit more appealing.
Oh! But now I'm present with another problem! Hmmmm, I wonder if accepting the discount would make me an unethical wrongdoer . . . and whether it would bind me to do ALL future business with Stenograph. Maybe I'll have to buy all my supplies and everything court reporting from Stenograph. Now I'll have to reeeeeaaaally think about this.
Lisa O: The rep's e-mail is @stenograph.com. Are you saying the deal might be bogus? We've corresponded back and forth by e-mail several times. His phone number is a Stenograph phone number with his extension. I only had a couple weeks to think about/jump on it, because the offer was good only until July 31, so maybe that's why no one knows about it(?)
Sue: That's essentially what I've been hearing from reporters who have it -- they all love it, as opposed to initially, when many reporters were complaining about the stacking issue. I guess they've got that resolved?
Martha: I would have done the same thing, put it on my Discover or Citi card (I think I only get 1% cash back, though) and then pay it off the next month.
But this may all be a moot point, since the offer is probably no longer available . . . or may well be somehow a phony offer/deal. Hm.