Faster Production and Shipping Dates, Emails Signed with People's Names
smiguy0108 last edited by
I believe it was humor
Jon last edited by
I went clubbing with Carly last night. She danced like crazy for half an hour before going to the rest room for 20 minutes.........
DVO last edited by
If someone is complaining about not getting a human name from their e-mail..you have some entitlement problems. Some of you complain about every little thing. smh
MichaelW last edited by
When a company is having issues with customer service every little bit matters. Its not so much getting someones name but knowing you are really getting through to someone and that they give a shit. So I am going to have to disagree on this one. When you are missing deadlines and broken boards are mailed off and you are getting vague or unclear messages back there is nothing more annoying... Beyond that, I'm aware that just to be able to own a OneWheel at all is a very cool thing! Very cool indeed!! Just thought I'd say that. @DVO
forzabucks last edited by
Onewheel is one of the few Kickstarter companies that turns into a flying success. You are buying a product from a brand new company that overcame one in a million odds to be where its at today.
Right now, you are still an early adopter, but not the earliest, and Onewheel is doing their best to ramp up the entire company to meet the demands (service, sales, distribution, production, etc) that grow exponentially when a product goes from great idea to great product, to mass-reviewed and well-received phenomenon.
Patience is key, but as you can surely assess from this community (and it is quickly becoming a great and expansive community) the wait is well worth it.
To all those who have ordered but not yet received, it's almost time to ride and welcome to the family!
parrothd last edited by
Pretty lame excuse, how hard is it to be honest and realistic via email/twitter for shipping dates? You're telling us that FM doesn't know how many customers they have and how many board they can ship in x weeks? They won't be around long...
i hope you don't have to send you board back for service, you'll probably change your mind... lol...
tomtnt last edited by
I'm a bit worried that it seems they've stopped doing any sort of app development.
if they ever end up going out of business, we would be shit out of luck as all the components are non-user serviceable (unlike a typical electric skateboard where you could replace the motor, battery, and controller).
DVO last edited by
@MichaelW ehh, still is a bit whiny. I mean if all that stuff is happening...you really have to add on.."I'm upset that i DIDN'T GET A HUMAN NAME" whether or not you get a "name" or "team onewheel" your situation doesn't change. The shit they give is no more or less. Just seems like whoever complains about this type of crap is just looking to complain. It's just funny to me
shaka last edited by
I had to ship my board back on the first / second day I got it (shit happens) but I am very happy with FM's Customer Service. They do their best to sort things out and always reply in the best way to my emails... Keep up the Great Work FM !!!
lynnpreston last edited by
It seems we may have a few first-time early adopters who are not be used to the drama that is the bleeding edge of tech. It is frustrating to say the last as I love instant gratification as much as anyone. However, as I've mentioned in another thread, graded against the other kickstarters and startups from which I have received products, FM is far and away the best. There are lots of areas in which they can improve, but IMHO many of you are starting with unrealistic expectations. A small 12-person company using many bespoke components from various suppliers is going to have supply chain issues. Anyone buying into the OW family and expecting Amazon-like turnaround times and pinpoint shipment estimates (which I do LOVE) is either uninformed or naive IMHO. It is your prerogative to complain and predict their imminent downfall. I just disagree with your premise and your predictions.