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Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 13:56:16 +0100
From: danny <dannynopsamAMGaggia-espresso.com>
Subject: Re: Good and Bad SAAB Dealers


There certainly is freedom of speech, but a friend of mine decided to put a list up in his shop of people who had either not paid, or had bounced cheques on him. He was threatened with legal action unless he removed the list. JCavinaugh wrote: > Isn't there a such thing as freedom of speech? If a dealer has done someone > wrong.. or perhaps done something good, I don't see a problem in letting people > know. I would want to know if a dealer, that I might take my car to, does good > work or not. I really don't see a problem in this. If we can't share our > opinions then how are we supposed to find this out? Or is it a way of trying to > hide the facts. Sure dealerships are always more than happy to post their "good > comments" but you never ever see anything posted that is negative. Just > doesn't sound right to me. -- Regards, Danny http://www.gaggia-espresso.com <<Giant pics ADSL test site!>> Remove "nospam" from email address to reply

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