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#1 nicanary

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 11:13

Can anyone tell me whether MFQ has ceased trading? I have received about one in the last 9 months, and most phone calls go unanswered.

I'm not a confrontational sort of person, so I'd rather have info from fellow enthusiasts before I make a nuisance of myself. Maybe they couldn't affors Doug's fees.

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#2 RTH

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 11:24

It has been a while since 26, that does sound a bit disturbing they owe me the next 3 volumes paid in advance as well

Edited by RTH, 10 March 2012 - 20:49.


#3 nicanary

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 11:54

It has been a while since 25, that does sound a bit disturbing they owe me the next 3 volumes paid in advance as well



I've had No.26, but I think it was about November last year. Not looking good.

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 13:15

Can anyone tell me whether MFQ has ceased trading? I have received about one in the last 9 months, and most phone calls go unanswered.

I'm not a confrontational sort of person, so I'd rather have info from fellow enthusiasts before I make a nuisance of myself. Maybe they couldn't affors Doug's fees.


Would it not be easier and more polite to drop Doug a message privately through these pages rather than to publicly ask if they've gone bust? I'm sure I recall on a recent edition Doug's intro apologising for the rather random release times. Looking back it was roughly 8 months between issues 25 & 26 and nearly 10 months between 24 & 25, so hardly a new phenomenon.

#5 nicanary

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 14:01

Would it not be easier and more polite to drop Doug a message privately through these pages rather than to publicly ask if they've gone bust? I'm sure I recall on a recent edition Doug's intro apologising for the rather random release times. Looking back it was roughly 8 months between issues 25 & 26 and nearly 10 months between 24 & 25, so hardly a new phenomenon.



Point taken - apologies all round.

I didn't know that DN was directly involved - thought he was just employed as the introducer.