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Skills STRAIN!! again sending the bag

Discussion in 'New Members Introduction' started by Rabiul, Nov 4, 2007.

  1. Rabiul

    Rabiul Bit Poster

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    HI all

    Can anyone please help me, and tell me how you posted the bag which skillstrain sent you when you signed up to the course. What size was the post envelope?
     
  2. JonnyMX

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    How big is the bag?

    :blink
     
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  3. grim

    grim Gigabyte Poster

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    isn't the bag a briefcase size and why are you sending it back ?

    grim
     
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  4. Rabiul

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    Its quite big, this question is mostly for people who have used skillstrain before and returned the bag. The size is 40x30 cm Long. Its about 8 cm thick.
     
  5. Rabiul

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    Hi there

    I am cancelling the course, as i chose to selfstudy instead.
     
  6. JonnyMX

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    How did you receive it?
    Was it left by the salesman, or was it sent to you?

    You may just want to wrap it in strong paper or cardboard and take it to the post office.
     
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  7. Rabiul

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    Yea mate it was left by the salesman. I see strong paper or cardboard, is there no jiffy bags available for that size?
     
  8. JonnyMX

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    I doubt it - but some post offices sell specialist packaging, wrapping and boxes etc.
    Try and find a main branch with a shop in it.

    Failing that, have a look in staples of some other stationery place.

    If it means saving a few grand, don't try and scrimp on this...
     
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  9. Rabiul

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    Yea i will do that, thanks for help. I know i will try my upmost to stop this, skillstrain too expensive, rather self study. i am going to do the a+ but need to the know the right references, books to get.
     
  10. derkit

    derkit Gigabyte Poster

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    well, stay around this forum - we'll definitely point you in the right direction!
    A+: Mike Meyers All-In-One 6th Edition
    Have a search on amazon for it
     
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  11. wizard

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    Is there anything in the terms and conditions to say you have to return the item if you decide to cancel?
     
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  12. Rabiul

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    I dont think so, i was sent a letter from skills STRAIN to send the bag to a freepost address. So i think i need to send the bag to recieve my deposit back. Proper joke man!!!
     
  13. wizard

    wizard Petabyte Poster

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    Demand your deposit back then send them the bag back.
     
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  14. Rabiul

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    I read the terms and conditions throughly, you do have to send any goods back which you had recieve, so have sent it back, and waiting for deposit. Going to start buying books now to start a+.
     
  15. wizard

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    Okay how quickly are you expecting the refund back from them when you do get the bag. I bet they wont be as quick to refund you as quickly as they took the money from you.
     
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