Okay, to 17418045, welcome to retail. Some not all, but some managers prefer to keep their jobs over actually reporting anything that might cost the company money. It isn't necessarily the manager but the VP's on up to the CEO's that drill this into you. Trust me been there done that.
To 18536407, you got food poisoning. Somebody does somewhere everyday. Either from restaurants or groceries they themselves have bought. Welcome to Russian roulette. You don't want to take the chance, don't eat anymore. You can give yourself food poisoning just as easily.
To 19255558 what do you expect for an eighteen year old? He shouldn't have been a manger in the first place. As for the complaint. Good luck. Hope you have better results then the rest of us.
To 19599446 really?? I mean, yes we, Canadians have national pride and all but we're not Americans, we KNOW where we are. I don't think we need a flag to remind us, even on Canada Day. And did you think they might have a good reason for not having one up? Torn that sort of thing?
To 20155602 did you actually go tell them when you noticed or did you 'just not have time?'
To 20237514 they gonna go with the cheapest option they got. Welcome to economics of the present day. It's not right and they'll probably be pulling a 'Jack'n the Box' for those of you who remember that chain's problems back in the nineties.
To 21661326 there's this small lettering, usually on the bottom of each slip that states 'contest in effect at location while quanties last.' You might want to read that little stuff. Use a magnifying glass if you have to. Sheesh. Oh, and they've cut back on the quantities to save money so some regions will actually run out before others do. It's been a fact of life for a couple of decades at least.
To 23249847 did you ask why they were out? Or did you just assume that idiots ran the ordering process? There could have unusual circumstances. Or it just might not have been a promotion that was going as well as expected and the HO pulled it and sold out of their remaining stock. Again, as above paragragh points out, there is little lettering usually along the bottom to cover that.
To 23357563 and what were you doing? Were you there just as they were trying to close? Because if you were, they have every right to chuck you out on your butt. They want to go home too and see their families occasionally. Or did that not cross your mind?
Wow, out of thirteen posts only two were justifiable complaints and one an economic concern. Most of the rest was sheer silliness on the parts of the posters. Yes, they might seem like valid complaints to you but the one about the game and the other about the promotion were just.... I have no polite words. And the one about the flag ...ugh.
I'm not a fan of McDonald's, I don't eat there at all. My choice. But I'm not arrogant enough to think that if I don't point out that there is a part for a machine in my drink that it's still the companies fault. Or that if I'm kicked out of someplace it's the staff that's delivering bad 'customer service.'
I've been on the recieving end of just about all these kinds of silly complaints and for those who were polite enough to point them out and were patient about it I've gone above and beyond to help them where I could. As for the 'people' who think customer service workers are their own personal punching bags, I've done nothing and will continue to do nothing. The verbal abuse dolled out by the public, especially to fast food workers and cleaning services is appalling. And unfortunately, publicly acceptable.
So before anyone else puts a complaint on here, think about what you're complaining about. Was there something you could have done to help yourself in the situation? Is it really relevent or did it just irk you? Will this make you look like some stuck up twit? Did you read all the little words? Think about it.
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