Difference of opinion

April 1, 1998
In the February 1998 issue, Dr. Joseph Blaes related in his "Through the Lens" telescopes article that he had poor customer service with Designs for Vision magnifiers.

In the February 1998 issue, Dr. Joseph Blaes related in his "Through the Lens" telescopes article that he had poor customer service with Designs for Vision magnifiers.

I would like to take this opportunity to advise that I have had nothing but outstanding service from the Designs for Vision company. The people have always been prompt in changing prescriptions, as well as providing repairs when needed. I fear Dr. Blaes is mistaken in his assessment of the Designs for Vision company.

James M. Lindsey, DDS

Kokomo, IN

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