Re: HP32SIIs at Fry's Electronics (was Re: Are we?)



#3

Hi Warren,

I appreciate your offer to be a middleman, but for a variety of reasons I will decline the offer. However, I would like to check on their shipping policies. I'm surprised that they wouldn't ship it provided that a customer were willing to pay for shipping and furnished them with a legitimate credit card number. I live right near them so I'll see if I can get some info on their policies. If I get useful information, I'll post it here.


#4

Well, if anyone turns up- I'll pay for the shipping and a $10 handling fee per unit. Put me down for 2.

I've tried 3 places to orderonline now and they've all come up "out of stock, order cancelled"

-Christof


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