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S.Kargoh
10-08-2012, 20:17
Gotta call back during biz hours. But curious now.

JTSmith
10-08-2012, 20:56
They probably want that free gun back.......

TheExplorer
10-08-2012, 20:58
Request for you to participate in the new buyback program.

S.Kargoh
10-08-2012, 21:03
Maybe they want to buy me lots of ammo and have me test their guns. That would be schwweeet.

yobohadi
10-08-2012, 23:02
Maybe it is about your Montana Glock prize?

LASTRESORT20
10-08-2012, 23:18
Gotta call back during biz hours. But curious now.


:supergrin:

One missed call ringtone + download - YouTube

SARDG
10-08-2012, 23:22
They called me once, some mixup about my SSN - even though I had submitted one of their forms. Don't you worry... no good can come of a call from Glock. :rofl:

misunderestimated
10-09-2012, 04:14
Gotta call back during biz hours. But curious now.


I hate when that happens

I heard they were coming out with a new underwear line for competitors and are looking for some models for a fashion show at the next event

Melissa5
10-09-2012, 05:24
I hate when that happens

I heard they were coming out with a new underwear line for competitors and are looking for some models for a fashion show at the next event

Bwahaha!

S.Kargoh
10-09-2012, 06:16
You all are just mean!


:)

Don At PC
10-09-2012, 06:24
I hate when that happens

I heard they were coming out with a new underwear line for competitors and are looking for some models for a fashion show at the next event

They're called "Glock Depends Underarmor". :rofl::embarassed::faint:

Don

S.Kargoh
10-09-2012, 10:51
Turns out,they want me to star in a reality show about drama on the gssf board.




Just kidding. They wanted SSN.

misunderestimated
10-09-2012, 17:32
Turns out,they want me to star in a reality show about drama on the gssf board.




Just kidding. They wanted SSN.

I figured something like that

Its still a good thing though

S.Kargoh
10-11-2012, 12:50
So during the phone call, they asked for my ssn and said the prize would be sent the next day.


Then yesterday, I got a letter from glock saying that I need to give them my ssn on this form and that I should NOT call them to provide it because it will not be accepted via phone. And that two departments need to see this form. Before they send the prize.


I am cornfuzed.

SARDG
10-11-2012, 13:00
So during the phone call, they asked for my ssn and said the prize would be sent the next day.


Then yesterday, I got a letter from glock saying that I need to give them my ssn on this form and that I should NOT call them to provide it because it will not be accepted via phone. And that two departments need to see this form. Before they send the prize.


I am cornfuzed.
It is probably they who are cornfuzed, but... watcha gonna do?

Seems that I went through all this myself...

S.Kargoh
10-11-2012, 13:47
Should I bother sending in the form?

SARDG
10-11-2012, 14:06
Should I bother sending in the form?
I did, redundant as it seems.

yobohadi
10-11-2012, 14:36
Ah-Ha! So it is S.Kargoh that is holding up all of the prizes now eh? :)

S.Kargoh
10-11-2012, 15:13
Just for that, I am going to call and bother them asking about my Bremerton prize.

yobohadi
10-11-2012, 16:19
:rofl: As long as it doesn't hold up the Albany Prizes! :)

mccannicalbob
10-11-2012, 18:45
I received the letter today myself. Why would Chris Edwards call and ask for my SSN and tell me my award certificate would be on the way on Friday or Monday (10/5 or 10/8), then send a letter asking for the same information? Is Chris or someone posing as Chris collecting social security numbers? The funniest part of the letter is the line that says "Please send in the required information to collect your winnings in a timely manner". There has been NOTHING timely about anything in this process. I hate to complain about winning something, but this process seems designed to discourage people from collecting winnings.