Last week, a customer at Price Chopper in upstate New York tweeted a relatively mild insult about the store: “Every time I go to @PriceChopperNY I realize why they r not @wegmans. Tonight -bare produce areas & this sign 4 ex http://yfrog.com/2tfj9sj.” In return, Price Chopper contacted the man’s employer and complained about him.
Price Chopper Supermarket Emails Customer's Employer, Demands Disciplinary Action For Negative Tweet
Remember RMG Technologies, the horrible little company that made five-year-olds cry by snatching up all the Hannah Montana tickets? Boaz Lissauer, a New Jesery plastic surgeon, recently sued them and other ticket resellers after paying $195 for nosebleed seats worth $63 to see the Police in Madison Square Garden. Lissauer is now asking a Pittsburgh court for class action status.
A reader claims he got Sony to change its mind about not honoring his warranty. All he had to do was namedrop The Consumerist.com.
New developments in the ever-popular story of a guy who got revenge on an ebay seller who sold him a broken laptop by posting embarrassing photos found on the notebook once it arrived.
Some restaurants are real mother fuc****.
Amir Massoud Tofangsazan has gotten more popular than he could have ever dreamed, or wanted.