Dell..and the Six Million Dollar Man I wanted to share something that just seemed hysterical to me. I bought Liam a Dell computer (yeah, my mistake) for Christmas and I only receive half of my statements and they are never available on line. I don't send payments out without a coupon and for some reason no one in India can either email me a statement or mail one out. I get this email from India: Thank you for contacting Dell Financial Services (DFS) regarding your account. Please allow the following information to serve as your statement. Please note that your payment of $34.00 is due on 04/16/2005 . Please remit your payment to the following address: Dell Preferred Account Payment Processing Center PO Box 6403 Carol Stream IL 60197-6403 Please write your Dell Preferred Account number on your check to ensure that your payment posts to the correct account. Additionally, if you would please verify the address to which we should mail your monthly invoices. Our records currently show your address to be: OH-44240 Please allow this email to confirm that we have placed a note on your account and have waived late fee charge of $35.00, hence you would not see a late charge assessment on the account. If you have not already, we invite you to visit our new and improved website at www.dellfinancialservices.com. We now provide a variety of account information including balance, available credit, and the date and amount of your last payment received. You can even update your billing address online as well. Of course, should you have any other questions regarding your account that are not addressed by our website, please do not hesitate to contact us at (800) 283-2210 or respond by return e-mail. We will be happy to assist you. Sincerely, Steve Austin Customer Support Dell Financial Services L.P. The Six Million Dollar Man is alive and working at Dell!! Just to let you all know, my payment isn't due for 9 days..I just won't send a check in without a coupon. I did that once and it was a pain to get it credited to the correct account. They cashed the check..didn't credit my account...it was a real pain to get it all straightened out. And you all wondered whatever happened to Lee Majors.