↪EconMan So they should automatically be taking the correct step and refunding people if they are sending them emails to throw there batteries out that were just purchased and delivered. But they are not . I am personally not disputing this with my card company but do think they should do the right thing or at least update on when new batteries may arrive. — Justpassedu
suspect that they are rather shell shocked, needed to get something out quick, and we will see what they say going forward. — Baron23
But these sorts of things are not good in the history of business failure, and much more often than not, they are fatal — EconMan
I’m under absolutely no illusion that this may turn out to be the end for Hopper Labs, although I’m sure we all hope that isn’t the case. — Terpenetime
I’m under absolutely no illusion that this may turn out to be the end for Hopper Labs, although I’m sure we all hope that isn’t the case.
I don't hope that. Generally, I love it when businesses fail (as long as it is not my own) because without business failure, business success can't happen. Failure is a proxy variable for freedom and innovation. Capitalism is "creatively destructive" and poorly run businesses need to and should die. FYI - a "poorly run business" is one that doesn't make a profit. — EconMan
ts just my personal view, and not a shot at anyone else view, but I find speculation that this was an insurance scam to be completely without foundation on any fact revealed so far and, IMO, a bit premature and irresponsible. — Baron23
ts just my personal view, and not a shot at anyone else view, — Baron23