FB is out of its mind. I've taken those surveys; they're useless because they don't allow you to provide actual feedback. Instead, they only permit you to make a choice... Continue Readingbetween two possibilities. FB can't target ads no matter how much they try or how much they attempt to b.s. advertisers. 99% of the ads I do see (and I've got Ad Block+) are not even close to being aimed at me.
FB needs to stop making suggestions of friends, other FB pages and those inane FB games which look like they're meant to appeal to five year olds. I never want to see that crap on my page.
Noise becomes a serious issue when customers get irritated and end the call with a negative note and this happens most of the time. In my opinion, we should install... Continue Readingsoundproof solutions in call centers of large scale such as soundproof glass cabins, sound baffle or active noise control.
I have an LG G2. Lollipop damaged my phone and I got the run around. Verizon blamed LG. LG blamed Google. Google blamed Verizon. I recorded all conversations. I went... Continue Readingback to Verizon with all my recordings and they admitted they forced the update. I even called Verizon before it installed to specifically request that my phone not receive the update. Eventually Verizon forces the update onto their subscriber phones without your approval. I have this admission recorded as well. You can secretly record depending on the state you are calling for customer service.
My device had unfixable problems immediately after Verizon forced update. Verizon sent a refurbished phone to replace but I had a ton of apps and data that needed to be restored/ transferred over. Verizon claimed no additional liability after replacing my phone. I took Verizon to small claims court because all limitations on liability and mode of legal action in customer agreement are out the window because forcing an update on my device is not part of the subscriber agreement. Court agreed no limitation on liability and awarded an extra $490 plus prevailing party fee and court costs for $715 total. Verizon paid the judgment about 6 weeks later. If you do not voluntarily install update, keep this in mind. If I had it to do over, I would have gone straight to court and rolled the cost of the phone into my damage claim instead of accepting Verizon's refurbished phone. Verizon's only defense is that the customer agreement limits liability. They repeated this over and over. Keep in mind this is their interpretation and is not the correct interpretation.
They owe more than just a replacement phone. They owe the labor it takes to restore everything. I have put Verizon on notice again that I do not want any updates to this device. The next update that damages my phone will cost them again.