Well this is exciting isn’t it? My return to blogging and I’m going to tell you all about how the change from a Scottish Power key meter to a credit one has gone – it all started seven and a half weeks ago… 545 more words
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Exactly how many billions of dollars must corporations steal from the public before anyone wakes up to this scam? A mystery charge here, a mystery charge there, secret fees, misleading ‘signature’ request for a zillion year cell-phone contract and what do you have? 1,337 more words
…Doesn’t mean it should be any less quality than other ‘normal’ products.
I am fed up of buying gluten free products from many of the UK’s large grocers, and them being of a lesser standard than non-gluten free products you would find on the shelves. 238 more words
“A customer is the most important visitor on our premises; he is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. 629 more words
… and a brief mention of codswallop …
LET THE BUYER BEWARE.
In law, ‘caveat emptor’ conveys the principle that a person who buys something is him or herself responsible for making sure that the item is fit for the purpose intended, in good condition, works properly, etc. 831 more words