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13-06-2003, 21:44   #16
 
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James Melody I believe you work for compustore?
If so this is against the rules of this board.
That looks like a rhetorical question to me... You can justify your actions however you choose, I believe you have acted out of line.

And if I reported another member as being a thief, would you post

"Bill Bloggs I believe you are a thief?

If so this is against the rules of this board"
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13-06-2003, 21:57   #17
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Theres a bit of a difference between asking someone if they're a thief and asking someone to confirm they're a compustore employee.

When I was told this, I told them I needed proof and their response was satisfactory enough for me. Seemed to know you pretty well. So I came here and asked first, I'm not going to PM everyone whos breaking the rules here regardless if they got permission to do so without me knowing about it. Now if you don't mind I've better things to be doing on a Friday night.
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i doubt pompustore are payin him enough to promote their products on the side
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I know that, but when I receive complaints I have to follow them up. If I didn't there would have been complaints about me not doing so, as has happened in the past!

I personally have no problem with it and even if I knew he worked for them before hand and there was no complaints I wouldn't have said anything. But when someone complains and a rule is in fact being broken I have to say something. I can't come here and say 'ok look it's ok for you to do it but no one else'.

I think the rules need a little tweaking on this one.
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14-06-2003, 19:18   #20
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back om topic

Is this DVD writer avaialble in all compustores or just the dublin one

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I won't discuss Compustore in any way on boards. I come here as a private individual. If you have any questions you may ring Compustore. The number is freely available.
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geez

No need to get snotty about it just asking


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Sorry, I didn't mean that to come across as snotty. I just want to distance myself from my workplace. I really don't want it to cross over into this area of my life.
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How was that meant to help tribble?

at least the other guys having a go were making valid points.

Comments like yours dont help at all.


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Sorry, I didn't mean that to come across as snotty. I just want to distance myself from my workplace. I really don't want it to cross over into this area of my life.
ok nps

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