Ethics in Business (Part 1)


I’m writing to praise a little local business here in San Diego: Tran Wireless. They repair cell phones, whether damaged by water, with cracked LCDs, or buggy buttons—hell, even phones broken in half! My cell died and I went in and bought an old, beat-up used phone that accepted my SIM card.

It worked,

I had my cell back, but  wasn’t all that happy with the speaker quality which featured a lot of crackling noise. So I took the phone back in and asked Emmamarrie Tran if she could replace the speaker. She assured me they could and told me to come back in a couple of hours.

When I returned she handed me the cell and i dialed a number to test it. The sound was crystal clear. I took out my wallet and asked how much I owed.

“No charge,” she said.

Not even a token ten bucks?? Wow!

Here’s a business you can really trust. What can I say, it’s a rare ethic these days in a world of greedy suits grasping for bucks.

If you’re in town and need a quick fix for your phone, head to Tran Wireless. Oh, yeah, almost forgot…they also offer mobile service—they’ll meet you somewhere.

Tran Wireless
4240 El Cajon Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 641-9262