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Due to a larger than normal volume of requests…#customerservice #unemployment #corporate #greed


To be honest I should have started this thread a long time ago but better late than never I suppose. I intend to add on an ‘as necessary basis’

So basically my thoughts are that any company that responds with the expression

“Due to a larger than normal volume of requests”

or similar type statement, actually knows that they are not providing an efficient customer service. (Note, customers are the people that keep your business alive)

So the solution is to put your corporate hand in your pocket, pay the CEO a few million less and take on some more staff, thus helping reduce unemployment, improving the nations self worth, giving back to society, give your government a bigger tax take and above all, reduce customer annoyance.

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1. 29th May 2014 Your feedback is important to us. Due to a larger than normal volume of requests, you should expect to receive a personal response from a Starbucks customer service representative in 4-5 business days. (In fairness I received a satisfactory response within 24 hours)

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Another part of London to be desecrated? #homes #starbucks #mall #EarlsCourt


London Mayor approves £8bn Earls Court plan Ι Construction Enquirer.

Let’s stuff in another 7500 new homes into an already overcrowded city, strain the public transport system even more and more. Make sure there are a couple of tall landmark towers, which are totally out of context with the surrounding residential area and make sure they block out the light to the remaining residents.

Let’s build another multiplex cinema, a Starbucks, a McDonalds, some phone shops, another supermarket and a Nandos.

Earls cLets throw in a couple of hotels as well, build some cycle lanes and narrow the road access for cars. Chuck in another 20 years of transportation chaos and building grime whilst the development is completed, for good measure.

When it’s finally built, we can all moan about how many of the homes are in the hands of overseas investors, either as second homes or as rental units and then we can complain about how much landlords are overcharging.

And finally goodbye to Earls Court, an exhibition and conference venue that has hosted, amongst others, events at the 1948 Summer Olympics, the volleyball events of the 2012 Summer Olympics, music concerts, Motor shows, Ideal home exhibitions and so on.

Does the building itself have some historical and architectural significance or would Londoners prefer another aseptic tall tower block, with a restaurant and a few penthouse flats at the top?

You decide by voting on this poll.

Sorry Boris but I think you’ve really lost the plot.

Charity Health Care | Helping Hands Surgical Care #tribute #charity

April 30, 2012 Leave a comment

Charity Health Care | Helping Han

Health Care This Way

Health Care This Way (Photo credit: InertiaCreeps)

ds Surgical Care.

I take my hat off to people like this. Not driven by greed or money but just a desire to help.

Common sense, don’t perform an operation without it.