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Purchased the Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read Kindergarten System. UPC # [protected] and [protected]. Packaging seemed to be in new condition, however, once opened, the package was missing: * the yellow disk one * the yellow Aa a apple flash cards. In addition, the Hooked on Phonics *Learn to Read* game CD that is inside the User's Guide pamphlet does not work on my Mac as the packaging states it should. I emailed the customer service unit, cs AT hop.com, on September 21, 2009 with no response. I then contacted the customer service department by telephone September 30, 2009 and again October 7, 2009. Emailed the customer service unit again on October 7, 2009 with no response. Employee, Michael, who states he is a supervisor, [protected] ext 605, insists that I speak only with him. He is not resolving the issue, nor has any other 'customer service agent' sent an email, left a voice mail, or attempted to contact me in any way.

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    Smell Nov 10, 2011
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    The product states clearly on page 16 of the parent's guide and on the packaging that it is compatible with Win Vista; it's not!!!

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