Eddie C.

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After some continuing delivery issues which I raised with the local post office with no result, I decided to call the Consumer Affairs Manager for my district. Found the number on usps.com but when calling it got "this mailbox is full" and couldn't leave a message. Called ASK-USPS but never had an option for my problem. Tried to talk to a real person but without any success over an hour messing about on the phone. Eventually gave up and went round to my local office to (again) bring up the delivery issues in the form of a letter which I handed to the clerk. If nothing else I shall have to resort to sending mail to the regional office. ASK-USPS or any other usps phone number seems to be a complete waste of time. Such is customer service...
Before DeJoy was placed in command, USPS was much, much better.


Don't misunderstand me. There are some useful hints and suggestions for anybody who wants to have nails that are attractive and healthy.
There are a few product recommendations that are right on the edge of commercialism, so I would bear that in mind.
There are pages of questions that appear to be made by ordinary people about problems to do with nails. My wife was fairly impressed, and having one concern about her own nails decided to "Ask Ana" about it. That's what she did, and even sent a photo of the nails to show what she was concerned about.
The question was replied to within 24 hours, but only to say that because Ana has a lot of questions it might take "some time" to get a response.

Well, she waited for three weeks and decided to go to a nail tech in a local national beauty store and ask her. Right away she gave a couple suggestions that would work perfectly well.
Now it is more than two months later and she still has had no response from NailCareHQ.

So I think it's kinda OK if you can work past the commercial aspect and find exactly what you want. I would supplement what you find out with other qualified people's advice, though.
What I would not do is bother relying on it to give you an answer at all.

The website says that it's done by Finely Finished LLC, which is odd because that company - in several states - is a roofing company.


I've been looking for information about a Walgreens Digital Thermometer - the kind you stick under your tongue, wait, and then take the reading - and arrived at ManualsOnline. There were 16 pages of them, 312 problems and solutions at the time.
I started at page 1 and worked my way forward, looking at the ones that seemed to be relevant to the model number.
Each question had been answered promptly by the ManualsOnline team and claimed they had found the manual. They conveniently provided a link, too. Great!


After the first 5 or 6 I detected a pattern so I just hovered over the link and checked what it was.

Each link claiming to be for the item was actually for something entirely different.
Here are some of them: Bosch Lawn Mower... Zanussi Clothes Dryer... American Standard Hot Tub. Do I need to go on? I jumped to the last page and took a look. Uniden Scanner. An electric drill. A juicer. A clock. A CD player.

The only, ONLY, answers that were any good were when a registered user (like you, me, anybody with a site profile) answered the question in plain language. No manual, just advice pure and simple.

Seems to me that looking for a manual on Manuals Online is a complete and utter waste of time. Don't go there.
Just a minute, though. I'll try looking for a Black and Decker Electric Drill. That might come up with the Walgreens Thermometer manual. Or not. Who knows?

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