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Old 08-20-2010, 11:09 AM   #1
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Ya know what I find really interesting? You can tweet their website, but don't make it a negative one. Twice now I've noted the lack of information and their failure to update the site, and twice they've deleted the tweet. One has to wonder, when they're so sensitive about such a small thing, what's going to happen if there're any big things that turn out negative.
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I've been monitoring their site since they announced their initial line of readers at CES in January. I've not been impressed by their 'customer service'. They've ignored questions about the availability of their readers and, when I last checked, questions about the status of the previous line of readers.

Given their 'attitude' to interested persons I also have to wonder about the quality of their customer service when their new readers are released.
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If you guys are using Copia, want to let us know what it's like on the above thread? Thanks...
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