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LOL Which company doesn't want to win the thrust of future customers? How on earth will they do that if they have a bad reputation? This aint a crApple only...
11-05-2011, 05:29 PM #41
LOL Which company doesn't want to win the thrust of future customers? How on earth will they do that if they have a bad reputation? This aint a crApple only rule but it sure fits their locked down ecosystem
Besides, if I was working for them, I probably would end up doing something similar, but definitely NOT on my public profile crApple products suckass without modification!
Last edited by MrElectrifyer; 11-05-2011 at 05:34 PM.
11-06-2011, 09:58 AM #42
And BTW, they won't be sued (unless the ex-employee is really screwed by some unscrupulous litigious lawyer out there. As has been stated many times on this subject companies have a right to "....protect their brand."
Shame on the dimwit who did not (as was suggested in another post) simply use an alias. It's probably better that they no longer work for Apple. I, for one, would not want to have to deal or should I say attempt to deal with a person who dosen't like/love the company that they work for/represent. And I have been dealing with Apple since 1994 and never found a disgruntled or unknowledgeable rep.
Originally Posted by unison999
Now that Corps are now considered people I'd like to see some law suits regarding this policy !
Last edited by teknohag; 11-06-2011 at 10:57 AM.
11-06-2011, 11:06 AM #43
Genius Bars 4 times for repair issues. Never met a "whiny kid" at the one on 14th Street (visited once) nor the one in the W. 60's on (or just off) Broadway. Everyone there from greeters standing outside the store to whatever the titles of the peeps are who run around with their little air books smiling, happy & helpful. As to the 'geniuses' themselves, I've no clue as to their IQ's but they know their Macs. On my 1st occasion my iMac's optical drive was replaced. The remaining visits had to do with iPhones. These phones were not repaired but replaced with what seemed like new ones as they came in the original boxes - not so with the original refurb'd ones purchased from AT&T that I was taking in for repair. They came in At&T branded boxes clearly stating "Refurbished". I took in only the phones, no boxes! 2nd visit was because the silencer button on the side had popped off my iPhone 3G and they just gave me a whole new phone on the spot (I had an appt. so had backed up prior to showing up as I always do), the third visit was due to battery problem with my iPhone 3GS & once again I received an entirely new phone then & there. 4th time iPhone 3GS was having a sound (or lack of) problem - again- new phone immediately. Each time they put all the info right back into my phone for me and the wait time was not not bad at all - considering.
I'm sure that there are whiny kids out there working (among other places) at Apple stores. I consider myself lucky to have found 2 good locations and wish the same for everyone else......
Last edited by teknohag; 11-06-2011 at 11:43 AM.