I hear you Banjo and completely feel your frustration. I'm talking about service companies (e.g. tv, electricity, internet providers) and large retail chains.
Originally Posted by Banjo
I think the concept of good customer service left Ireland a long time ago - long before the recession hit. In fact, I think it left during the peak of the boom when some companies were making so much money they didn't give a f*ck about customers.
All, a lot of the above stores or service providers want, is to sell you a product or make you purchase a contract with no concept of after sales care. They don't want to know you after you've handed over the money, especially when something goes wrong with the product.
"Don't be reckless with other people’s hearts. Don't put up with people who are reckless with yours"