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About cowers lane 583

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    I'm actually in Vauxhall overland train station. started as a watch repair shop, diversified into keys then a bit of cobbling.

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  1. cowers lane 583

    Long term pain in arse customer advise.

    Looking at Lee's post, going to not rock the boat. Leave the situation as it is.
  2. cowers lane 583

    "One-off key", unknown brand

    Bit alarming when they put, "one off key" actually on it .
  3. When running a shop, it's important to keep concise, and professional, notes, in order to avoid any unnecessary reordering mistakes.
  4. So I've got a situation that has gone on for far too long. I've been serving this customer for the best part of 18 years. He's still essentially paying 2000 prices, although I recently managed to increase the prices a little. A £20 watch he is buying for £7, up from £5. A ridiculous situation I know. Completely my fault for letting it go on. I am very certain there is an underlying mental health problem, that's him not me. He sometimes buys a watch a week, never returns them, and doesn't care what it looks like. I am certain he is not reselling. Last week he came in for a high security padlock for a shop, I said they really start at least £30, and suggested some places as that is not really my range. He bought an economy padlock for £2.50, in the end. He asked for exactly the same thing yesterday, this time I just said no.
  5. My average transaction time is 20/30 seconds, on paper not long, but feels very long when customers want/expect to tap and go. Is anyone quicker, I believe it might be down to my phone line.
  6. cowers lane 583

    Shoplifting notice.

    Probably end up getting a human rights lawyer forcing me to change it to "compassion",
  7. cowers lane 583

    Shoplifting notice.

    It's a word I've used once in fifty years. I've no plans to use it again, seems to cause too much fuss.
  8. cowers lane 583

    Shoplifting notice.

    I believe you can spell it either way. Disdain is also correct ,but just didn't look right , but I prefer distain.
  9. cowers lane 583

    Walking stick Ferrules

    Thanks, that also reminds me to order some coin pouches too.
  10. In the absence of stricter anti-theft laws, I'm going for a different approach. I really feel my disapproval of their lifestyle choices should dissuade them from criminality
  11. cowers lane 583

    Walking stick Ferrules

    Thanks for the input. On the Birch website the difference doesn't seem to be shown. I think they use a generic photo for all ferrules
  12. Does anyone know the difference between a C and a DX ferrule and which one is more popular. Mike.
  13. cowers lane 583

    chinese

    My google translation came back as, " I am a Nigerian general who needs to use your account to move £1 million out of Africa. " Now I'm just confused, on a cosmopolitan, multi-ethnic, international level... Which must be a good thing.
  14. cowers lane 583

    Coffee!?

    Thank you for the comments, they certainly have "filtered" through to me.
  15. cowers lane 583

    Coffee!?

    Been a quiet morning, one of my few enquires was, "Do you sell coffee?" I redirect him to one of the three coffee shops (out of five shops) on the station. I'm between two of these coffee shops.
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