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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-02-2012, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
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Rome is INSANELY good

I bought my Madison binding more than 3 yrs ago, warranty long expired, but still whenever I request missing parts, it always sent me for free, even I was prepared to pay and it was my negligent. AND in lightning speed! I just got my hi-back T-nut from them 1 hour ago, last time was the disc cover.

copy the time from my email:
Request: Wed, 29 Feb 2012 23:52:33 +0000
Feedback: Thu, 1 Mar 2012 20:30:39 +0000
Got it at: 1 hour ago

and I am living in Canada!

gotta spread the good word about this company!

on the other hand, I will never buy from Flow again. terrible customer service, especially if you are a Canadian and buy from the internet. this company gave you hell even the problem was manufacturing defect, because it only wants you to buy from its expensive local partner stores.

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Rome is a great company. Thier customer service is undoubdetly the best in the bussiness. Their products are some of the best too. They only issues they have are asthetic ones.

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Doesn't someone from Rome post here as well?

Or am I thinking of some other company...
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Yea, there is a Rome representative that seems to reply to people's concerns over products on here.

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Rome's customer service is awesome. I just experienced it first hand. My relatively new Rome 390 Boss's forward lean adjustment knobs keep coming loose during the run. I sent them an email at 1PM today and at 1:30pm i received a tracking number for new forward lean parts.
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It's definitely one of their selling points.
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Oh Rome's customer service is awesome. One of my highbacks cracked when the lift hit it coming around, so I went to the shop where I bought them. I asked the guy to call Rome asking how much it'd be to buy a new highback which wouldn't have been a big deal to me, but instead they shipped a new one to my address free. Love em!
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WOW! I have never owned or tried them but reading this is making me want to try a pair. Which ones? Would be putting them on a banana magic.
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What he said^^^ but on an evo
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What he said^^^ but on an evo
390 bosses are forum favorites for the Evo
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