Category Archives: Consumer Advocacy

Taco Bell: No Mas!

Just had the worst experience ever at one of my favorite Mexican fast food franchise. Out of the 1200 characters allowed, I was able to use every single last one…BEYOTCH! I win. MY STRONGLY WORDED LETTER I consider myself to … Continue reading

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Stephanie Fry

Do you know her? If you do, I would advise you not to do any business with her. Back in 2009, a mutual friend of hers and mine, referred me to do some updates for Stephanie Fry on her website … Continue reading

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United States Postal Service Employs Idiots

This whole postal drama started when a paycheck mailed to me was never delivered. After visiting my local post office and speaking with the delivery supervisor, I discovered the paycheck was returned to the sender, based on a forwarding order … Continue reading

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Why Poor Men Grow Beards

Because they can’t afford the frikkin’ razor blades! I can’t believe I paid almost $25.00 for replacement blades. Because my hair is so thick and grows so fast I am the kind of guy that must shave every day, but … Continue reading

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Grand Lux Cafe Leads To Grand Luck

The day I returned from the bank, discovering I only had enough savings for one more month of expenses, I was very depressed, which of course leads to indignation, so I had to follow-up with Grand Lux Cafe to find … Continue reading

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Grand Lux or Grand Loot Cafe?

Kurt LeisureDirector, Risk ServicesCheesecake Factory26901 Malibu Hills RoadCalabasas Hills, California 91301 Dear Mr. Leisure: I took my mother, father and cousin to lunch at the Grand Lux Café, located at 121 North La Cienega Boulevard; Los Angeles, California 90048, on … Continue reading

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Fucked by Flick and AMC Theatres

I finally heard back from AMC: Thank you for taking the time to let us know about your recent visit to Century City 15 (WME). Your feedback is crucial to our commitment to provide the best possible moviegoing experience. We … Continue reading

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The last letter of 2009

Is it a coincidence or irony that I should receive a two-month Blockbuster subscription for Xmas? Either way, I finally wrote my letter to AMC: Let me start by informing you that I have been a loyal AMC patron for … Continue reading

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Remember when television was free?

Nice. I wrote DTV to find out more about this imposed fee to continue viewing television after February 17, 2009 and I actually received a response. I sent to the URL and wrote Carper for an explanation how congress can … Continue reading

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Danger Will Robinson!

If you are a Time Warner subscriber, I suggest you monitor your download speed when downloading files. Today I received a download transfer rate of 312kb, still nowhere near 6mb. The technician informed me there is nothing he can do; … Continue reading

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