Re: Bad Service from nSight Training

Subject: Re: Bad Service from nSight Training
From: Bonnie Granat <bgranat -at- att -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 21:29:20 -0500

Philip Boyer wrote:
> "I recently registered myself and two coworkers for three different
> workshops
> with nSight, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Two of the workshops have
> been cancelled, and it looks like the third class will be cancelled as well.
> Has anyone had similar experiences with nSight? Or good experiences -- I'll
> give 'em the benefit of the doubt if it turns out this was just bad luck and
> not their typical level of service.
> Avram Baskin
> With a post like this and a subject title like: "Bad Service from nSight
> Training," I'd say it's a little late to give them the benefit of the doubt.
> Philip

Do you really think people are going to
take one single and sincere query and
form an opinion about a company? I don't
see how Avram could have more
sensitively worded his query without
changing his meaning.

Nsight has continued in business for a
number of years, and it's in my city,
but I am not able to say anything more
about it. I know that the company has
been around for a long time under
various names -- Editorial Services of
New England, for one.

I recommend calling or writing to Nsight
and asking them why the workshops were

Bonnie Granat

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