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Monday, January 15, 2007

Hasta la vista Orange 

see previous post

I just got blacklisted by Orange's email server for sending a complaint to its CEO Sanjiv Ahuja. (I sent him an email last week when i didn't get any response from their customer services or the morons they employ at their call center)

I sent a reply to an email sent by their customer services today and got a "553 - Sorry, your email address has been blacklisted" response. So i've now sent it from another account and i have also copied Sanjiv Ahuja again (i'm a bit of a troublemaker if you don't know by now

To be honest i don't really care anymore as i've finally got my contract cancelled, but you have to laugh at a company that will go to the extent of blacklisting a customer's email address for complaining to its CEO.

Part of the information posted here has been removed due to an apology from orange

check out blagger.com for more details about Orange's "excellent" customer services

mobile review forums

Blood Oil
The current edition of Vanity Fair has a great article by Sebastian Junger on the Ijaw (MEND) struggle over oil in Nigeria - http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2007/02/junger200702

makes for an interesting and scary read

Now this is a really bad road
I take back all the things i've said about the bad roads in Lagos. Apparently this is what a bad road looks like
The most dangerous road in the world: The Russian Siberian Road to Yakutsk

posted by ijebuman  # 2:50 pm
Spam to the CEO's email??!!!....Now that's just evil..lol

The picture Vanity Fair has on the Blood Oil article is enough to cause fear...

LOL @ the bad roads.
@nilla I feel bad about it (NOT) LOL.
hehe i thought i was a trouble making yea spam the CEO!!!
When a friend sent me this list of roads some ages ago, I couldn't help but wonder. I've never seen any roads that bad -- and yet we complain day and night.

Reminds me of the story of the man who grieved he had no shoes -- until he saw a man without feet.
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