Most large organisations now seem to believe
that they they can safely ignore customer complaints, because of
the simple inertia involved in complaining using their own
massively convoluted procedures - and the equally tedious
process of "official channels". At an incredible 40,000
complaints a year, Lloyds Banking group seem to prove this
presumption that they feel they safely ignore most poor service.
And those are just the listed complaints, no mention of
exasperated users who simply give up in despair.
So search Google for likely and common search
phrase like "PCWorld BIOS bug fix" and
we are listed at #1 on
Google, with precious little effort at SEO. PC World might run
from their customers when the support issues get sticky, but
they can't hide from Google.
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