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Topic # 55444 4-Jan-2010 19:03
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Hi All,


I have been at work all day but is appears Compass has been down all day. They had a generic message playing on their customer support line about some damage during the construction of an overbridge and they have an ETA of 4 to 8 hours for repair (there is no time on the message however). As Compass are too cheap to pay for a real 0800 number I wasn't going to spend 20 minutes on hold on my mobile waiting for a real person to give me an ETA.


Does anyone in the know have a timeframe?


Cheers, Matt




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  Reply # 286966 4-Jan-2010 19:20
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  Reply # 286975 4-Jan-2010 19:57
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ETA?




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  Reply # 286982 4-Jan-2010 20:19
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And where?




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