Consumer Complaints

Hi my name is Mali and first of all I want to thank you for producing and writing such a fantastic tv show, this has been, at least for me, my way to disconnect from real world and enjoy things I have always liked, like comics. As a person whose main job is television related I always knew that tv shows based in comics are that: tv shows that take ideas from comic books but that write their own path, and from that point I always knew where was I getting myself into. I stayed and I will stay here, watching it, enjoying it, as much as the rest of the fans because the story is compelling, we connected with it, we still do, and we know there’s a lot more places to go, I mean there are 52 earths and I am certainly you can always find things to keep us here, watching Oliver struggle with his...
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Dear Fandom, I'm sorry your ship is dead. I'm sorry Black Canary is dead. I'm sorry you ever thought a ship where the guy cheat on the woman constantly, including her own sister, and had a kid with another woman, was a healthy ship. I'm sorry that you think that a woman with no self-esteem, who always go back to the guy who cheats on her (90% sure because she like his name and money) is a great role model. A woman who never face her own problem, who always blame other for her mistakes... You think that a woman who graduate from MIT at 19, isn't a good role model. Apparently a strong woman isn't allow to cry (of course Laurel never cried right?). She buil the Atom suit and when Ray wouldn't go save Oliver, she put the suit and save him herself. She did play with Ray's emotion to have...
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To the creators of Arrow, Wendy Mericle, Marc Guggenheim and the CW Firstly, I wish to congratulate you on your journey so far. You have created a successful superhero show, which has spawned two other shows in its universe. Arrow has been pioneering for comic book TV, and I could not be more proud of what the show has accomplished. But it’s time for me to tell my story. I used to love Wednesday nights. Four years ago, a dark and gritty vigilante took over my screen, fighting injustice and ending cruelty in Starling City. Every scene, every moment of this man’s journey was a crucial and important step of his evolution to becoming a hero. And for two years, I was happy. My favourite super hero, Green Arrow, had been adapted to a different but also perfect hero for television....
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Dear Bethesda, I have been a long time supporter of your company. Born in 1995, I only knew of your company and games in 2006 after the release of TES: Oblivion. Played it on the XBOX 360, and it was wonderful. Although I didn't finish the game (that time), I knew that this, is a great game created by a great company. And its because of you, Bethesda, that I fell in love with RPG games. Fallout 3 was just the best thing that happened for me in games. I spent days, putting aside my school homework and just playing Fallout 3. Then it was Fallout New Vegas. It was because of your games I had bad grades in school, but that's not your fault Bethesda. Then came Skyrim! Oh my god, do I remember the day I pre-ordered it. Here in Malaysia, we don't have the games stores like you...
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Dear Apple, I have been a loyal customer of yours since 2008. Satisfied with the quality and experience of Apple Iphone, I gifted an Iphone 6 to my sister-in-law last year in June. My sister-in-law liked the phone and it was a good experience until we required after-sales service for it. The phone was dropped and the screen cracked a bit at the bottom of the iphone. Now, the phone works fine but it does not look very pretty. Please understand that I am not blaming Apple for our mistake. The phone was dropped by us and since the screen is made of glass, it broke. Some people might say glass used by Apple in Iphone 6 are too fragile, not me. I am still happy with my Iphone 4s. Our fault completely until this point. Then we got in touch with Apple support via chat and enquired about...
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Dear Budweiser, In regards to your 2016 Super Bowl Ad, you know, the one that stars a frank Helen Mirren, I believe you have missed the point with your misguided attempt to stop people from drunk driving. First, I would like to applaud your efforts for wanting to stop drunk driving. Your $1 promise for every use of #Giveadamn on Super Bowl Sunday will surely support the decline in drunk driving. Your Standwithbud.com site, interesting name, I do hope people use this and I hope it lasts longer than Super Bowl Sunday. However, I would like to get to the point. I understand your stance, a "let me be frank, no nonsense" approach. But you missed a big opportunity here. I am sad you have made the focus of this ad more about shaming than educating. I will mention the most...
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Respected Sir/Madam, Your Leisure, Hospitality...
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I will be very honest and admit my own opinion in biased, but with good reason mind you. In my 60 years of life on Earth, I used 12 different lawyers and 4 of them were Canadian. Only 2 of the 12 gave me unprofessional service and one I forgave because he admitted being an alcoholic and to his credit sought out rehab on his own. All of them were paid their fees in full except for Gilmour whose services I terminated. And only Gilmour gave me reason to file this 200 page Law Society complaint: http://bruceslawsocietycomplaint.wordpress.com. Why did I do it? Because I was stupid, naive, and gullible to believe the Law Society protected the public from dishonest lawyers and not vice versa (I frankly did see all these articles about the Law Society) http://projects.thestar.com/broken-...
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Dear offended fb members, I know I keep sharing some of your personal news feed and fb activity. My intension was never to offend you people. Instead I want to enlight your inner talent to this beautiful world. I don't want your inner talent should be limited to yourself. I know its really em brassing to get appreciation all of a sudden for beautiful work you have been doing to make our fb news feed interesting but you guys deserve this appreciation. And I will make sure I will keep highlighting your effort that you put to make fb awesome. So I hope you guys keep rocking and sharing your fb stuff.
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My husband, Michael S. Kelly, was diagnosed with Congenital Spinal Stenosis in 1997 when he was admitted into North Oaks Hospital in Hammond, LA paralyzed from the neck down. Seven days later, he was released miraculously able to walk on his own. However, he was told that his condition was such that he could bend to tie his shoes one day and his paralysis could return and be permanent. He dealt with an enormous amount of pain and we, with no insurance, carried on with our lives as if all were normal. That all changed on June 29, 2014, when a bump on his head sent him back to North Oaks for an emergency life-saving surgery on July 1, 2014 in which the C3 through C7 vertebrae were removed from the back of his neck and the muscles sewn closed over the remainder of his spine. He...
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