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Join Date: Dec 2007
01-31-2010, 12:25 PM
Ever go to a restaurant where the manager will stop by the table and ask if everything is to your liking only for you to tell them that it isn't?
I have a relative that has done this before on several occasions (even for the most minor of things), and while it left me somewhat embarrassed my relative invariably got some form of compensation as an effort to please and hold onto business.
I don't mean to sound pretentious in telling you that if you are not happy with the service, ask for a refund. You shouldn't underestimate how much of an effect one dissatisfied customer can have. But similarly, if while at a restaurant you stood up on your chair and started yelling how much the place sucked, you'd be more likely to be thrown out than listened to. To those that are dissatisfied with the service, don't use it. It's the most influential thing you could do.