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Old 04-18-2012, 02:08 PM   #21
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Bama had that issue before he closed up shop (and sold the name to American Muscle). BTW Doug Bama does not actually work for AM. He occassionaly consulted for them after selling them his busienss (this was about a year ago). I don't know what the status of Doug as an individual and working with AM is anymore though.

Saleen did this before he closed up shop...

see the pattern?

Never had any experience with this company but just adding my observation. Decling customer service over the course of a year or longer usually indicates soemthing in the works or something personal going on that is affecting business to the point where there will be a shift coming.
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^ yup... One of, if not THE, first sign...
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Old 04-18-2012, 02:35 PM   #23
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http://www.modularheadshop.com/Artic...0in%20life.htm
I dont have any personal expereince woth mhs, but to make a post on your site like this isnt very professional.
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Old 04-18-2012, 03:04 PM   #24
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i have to say i was surprised by this. my experience with him has been nothing but good.
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how about that.....

just called UPS and both of the head boxes had a declared value of $1000...................
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I dont have any personal expereince woth mhs, but to make a post on your site like this isnt very professional.
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Old 04-18-2012, 03:14 PM   #27
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I dont have any personal expereince woth mhs, but to make a post on your site like this isnt very professional.
I actually found it quite humorous..... A LOT of people have no idea the challenges a small business faces on the day to day. Everyone wants to use you but you don't have the resources to keep up. So you either take in more work than you can handle or turn them away. If you turn them away, most people act like spoiled brats these days and they will go on the forums and crap all over you. If you take in to much work, you get behind and people will go on the forums and take a crap on you.

Between frivolous lawsuits, taxes and entitled people... it's amazing any small company can survive.
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Wow..thats an insane read...never would have thought!
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I actually found it quite humorous..... A LOT of people have no idea the challenges a small business faces on the day to day. Everyone wants to use you but you don't have the resources to keep up. So you either take in more work than you can handle or turn them away. If you turn them away, most people act like spoiled brats these days and they will go on the forums and crap all over you. If you take in to much work, you get behind and people will go on the forums and take a crap on you.

Between frivolous lawsuits, taxes and entitled people... it's amazing any small company can survive.
Having your own business is tough period. I like your spoiled brat comment.

Though MHS could have did without the little outline of Nick's life.
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Wow thats horrible. That makes me never wana go MHS.

Now who do you guys go to for head work?
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