Shady Business

Nothing can make your heart climb into your asshole quicker than watching your phone tumble and shatter.
That is until you go to get it replaced, and find once you're home that the new screen is not only on loose, but has a small 'ding' in the bottom... A ding which turns into a crack within two days of normal usage.

To ice the cake, you (my new favourite business) wouldn't help when I contacted you, and were happy to accuse me of dropping my phone again. I get warranties: if I drop it, it's physical damage, no warranty covers that, but you put in a faulty screen.
In fact, the guy who replaced it today showed me that it was a previously cracked screen with a layer of film over it. Explains why it was almost twice as thick as the one before and milky.

Yeah, I am a fool for not calling you out on your shitty work right away, I'll admit.

I've learned a lesson and you should learn one too: shady business can get you money in the moment but loses you customers in the long run. Please take that $130 I gave you, and use it as a suppository.

Also, a business nearby fixes phones, they do it for $20 cheaper, and give the customer a free case. I would recommend talking to them sometime about customer service.

—Suck My Duck


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