Consumer Complaints

Dear America, I didn’t choose to be a member of the Thin Blue Line, but as people say about so many other families, I married into it. I chose to share my life with a man who is good and honest and kind and an upstanding citizen, and he also happens to be a police officer. So I have been indoctrinated into a culture of men and women who perform a job that very few would choose to do, a thankless job, a job that could take their lives at any time. Being a police officer has always been a dangerous one, but today, it is more treacherously perilous than ever, for I am writing this letter one day after the brutal murder of two New York City police officers. In the wake of the turmoil in Ferguson, a movement sprang up and is spreading like a plague across this country, seeping into...
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Dear Every Single Business Owner That Is and Ever Will Be, As a potential customer of your business I want you to know something important: I will still buy your products if you need to increase the pricing in order to ensure worker safety and dignity. Too many times I have heard captains of industry explain away horrific worker conditions and literally criminal behavior all in the name of keeping prices down. You may think that as a consumer I am motivated solely by price, but that is incorrect. If I hear a company treats their workers well, I am more likely to purchase their product over a cheaper-priced item from a competitor. The reverse is also true. If I hear a company treats their employees poorly, then I am more likely to buy a more expensive product from a competitor...
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see also my site http://stanw965.wix.com/misscarge The English Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) hid vital Exhibits that would of given me a defence at my Crown Court trial in August 2010 I have the missing evidence now Missing Exhibits. •No Crime First Account statements from victim...
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Dear academic publishing houses, Why are your books so effing expensive? What's with paperbacks that cost 50 bucks? What's with hardcovers that cost 75 or a hundred bucks? What's with Kindle e-books that cost forty or fifty bucks? They're electrons, for crying out loud! What's with medium-important books by medium-important philosophers going out of print all the time? (Even On The Plurality of Worlds was out of print throughout the late 90s, and that’s an important book by an important philosopher.) What's with a lot of books costing over 200 bucks used? I realize that there's not much demand for these books, and that there are a variety of costs associated with producing them, and stuff, but come on. You look at these prices and it's hard to think they're set by someone who wants...
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Dear Apple, Please react and replace our stain damaged Retina screens. For an increasing number of MBP Retina screens are loosing their AR or anti-glare coating. RESUME Recently the number of people registering at the Apple Support discussion thread and the FB group (links below) have increased rapidly. Users from around the world are reporting stains on their Macbook Retina screens. But Apple is brushing it off as "cosmetic", not covered by warranty. Furthermore they are blaming their customers for wrong cleaning, for having greasy and oily fingers and for carrying the laptops in bags. We the affected users are angry and frustrated, not least after banking our heads agains the closed doors of Apple’s Executive Relations in Ireland to be referred back to Apple Support...
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BBC Audience Services PO Box 1922 Darlington DL3 0UR 11/03/15 To Whom It May Concern at BBC 2, I am shocked and appalled with the news today that Top Gear is to be suspended from the air for at least the next 2 weeks due to an alleged internal grievance case. Those who are being punished here are the licence fee payers...
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The MD/CEO Coca Cola Nigeria and Worldwide Sir/Madam Let me start by saying a ‘Big kudos’ to your company for a fantastic idea, “Share A Coke”. It’s indeed an awesome innovation! But then let me quickly bring to your notice that following the wonderful strategy of share a coke, collect a coke or buy a coke, whatever name you call it. Where someone’s name is written on the (plastic) Coke bottle or Can. I have noticed with total dismay that ‘Nobody Has Shared or Bought any form or shape of Coke for me’! And this is because, according to my little research, your company hasn’t deemed it fit to include my name, BOLAJI/SNAZZY, on your ‘Share A Coke’ production plans. This is grossly unacceptable! Considering the fact that i own several t-shirts with an inscription of the above brand and...
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The MD/CEO Coca Cola Nigeria and Worldwide Sir/Madam Let me start by saying a ‘Big kudos’ to your company for a fantastic idea, “Share A Coke”. It’s indeed an awesome innovation! But then let me quickly bring to your notice that following the wonderful strategy of share a coke, collect a coke or buy a coke, whatever name you call it. Where someone’s name is written on the (plastic) Coke bottle or Can. I have noticed with total dismay that ‘Nobody Has Shared or Bought any form or shape of Coke for me’! And this is because, according to my little research, your company hasn’t deemed it fit to include my name, Avalon, on your ‘Share A Coke’ production plans. This is grossly unacceptable! Considering the fact that i own several t-shirts with an inscription of the above brand and I...
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Dear Telstra, I am writing to you regarding the 1DTEES Comp. Firstly a lot of people have gone to a lot of trouble if that be a multiple entry or just one. I thought the weekly prize winner was different then the major, I do not understand how the weekly prize winner can win tickets to a concert they have already won to go to. I thought the winners were announced tomorrow (4/2). I thought even though I hadn't been a weekly prize winner I had a chance at the major prize. I asked Telstra on Twitter and the lady who wrote back thought that too. Obviously not, I think this comp is unfair and unclear in the terms and conditions. I don't think this comp gave everyone ago, it has lead more then one of us to believe what I have written here to you. If you see my Twitter account @...
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Rumours of Page 3’s demise have been premature. This is very good news for The Sun, because it means that everyone is furious about a photo of boobs on the third page, rather than what’s on the front cover. Indeed, most of the outrage over the front cover seems to be about poorly-constructed breast pun rather than the truly terrible thing. Allow me to draw your attention to the headline story–that’s the bit underneath the boob pun and to the right of the other boob pun. It might not look it, but that is a report about a woman who was kept as a slave and trafficked to rich and famous friends of her abuser between the ages of 15 and 18. New legal documents have been filed, with more detail, and this is how The Sun have chosen to report it: as a fun little royal romp. What does this...
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