harshness said:Somewhere back in the posts, someone mentioned seeing a Tweet. The thread search may be your friend.
Regardless of the bile you taste over Twitter and its attendant twits, the question was whether or not there was any secondary support for the beta test e-mail from DISH and the Tweet would seem to qualify as an corroborating source.If you're getting your official news through Twitter i feel sorry for you. The dish Twitter account is run by employees that don't respond to direct questions asked by someone they know is a customer i.e. Myself being one
If you're getting your official news through Twitter i feel sorry for you. The dish Twitter account is run by employees that don't respond to direct questions asked by someone they know is a customer i.e. Myself being one
I also did not receive the first "Gmail" letter, but received the apology letter. I have not replied to it because it requested my account number and I found that suspicious. I think I will wait to see what happens to people who gave their account number!
you'll probably just get a call from direct or att uverse trying to sell you service.
Please be assured that the emails you received on June 7, 2010 from a DISH employee on a Gmail account were in fact from DISH Network® in response to your interest to be part of the DISHOnline beta program. We inadvertently sent our response to your inquiry simultaneously with our response to others who had made similar inquiries and mistakenly used a Gmail account rather than our standard DISH e-mail account. Again, we apologize for any confusion.
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