Spa Cycles (Harrogate)

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videoman
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Re: Spa Cycles (Harrogate)

Post by videoman »

I've recently used Spa for the first time for some parts as they were cheaper than Wiggle or anyone else and the parts arrived within two days which I would say was excellent service and will certainly use them again hopefully for a new bike once further restrictions are lifted and I can visit Harrogate to try for size.
arnsider
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Re: Spa Cycles (Harrogate)

Post by arnsider »

I really don't care about the comments in response to mine.
I do care about being spoken to in a civil manner.
If people think they can mitigate lousy customer service by the pressure of custom, we are on a slippery slope.
It's futile trying to make that point on here.
pete75
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Re: Spa Cycles (Harrogate)

Post by pete75 »

arnsider wrote: 7 Apr 2021, 12:38am I really don't care about the comments in response to mine.
I do care about being spoken to in a civil manner.
If people think they can mitigate lousy customer service by the pressure of custom, we are on a slippery slope.
It's futile trying to make that point on here.
You say you weren't spoken to in a civil manner. There are two sides to any conversation and that begs the question what were you saying to cause that reaction on the part of the shopkeeper.
Bonefishblues
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Re: Spa Cycles (Harrogate)

Post by Bonefishblues »

pete75 wrote: 10 Apr 2021, 6:29am
arnsider wrote: 7 Apr 2021, 12:38am I really don't care about the comments in response to mine.
I do care about being spoken to in a civil manner.
If people think they can mitigate lousy customer service by the pressure of custom, we are on a slippery slope.
It's futile trying to make that point on here.
You say you weren't spoken to in a civil manner. There are two sides to any conversation and that begs the question what were you saying to cause that reaction on the part of the shopkeeper.
tbf there are sufficient reports of a certain eccentricity, shall we say, to mean that the answer to that might be 'nothing at all'
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TimeTraveller
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Re: Spa Cycles (Harrogate)

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Not bad,..... but not expected :)
arnsider
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Re: Spa Cycles (Harrogate)

Post by arnsider »

"You say you weren't spoken to in a civil manner. There are two sides to any conversation and that begs the question what were you saying to cause that reaction on the part of the shopkeeper."
That's rubbish!
I made an enquiry in a normal and reasonable manner. There aren't two sides to a conversation like that and don't try to imply otherwise.
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