The worst ever customer complaints revealed

January 19th, 2010 - 3:11 pm ICT by ANI  

London, Jan 19 (ANI): An online gift company has come up with a list of top 10 bizarre complaints it received by unhappy customers - and they range from mood lights that don’t create the right mood to ‘Tipsy Feet’ fold-away shoes for nights out which failed to make their wearer stop falling over.

“Getting the funniest complaints down to 10 was a fun thing to do,” the Daily Star quoted Prezzybox.com’s Managing Director Zak Edwards as saying.He added: “Every complaint we get we treat with respect and concern, however some people are simply impossible to please,” Edwards added.

The list is as follows:

1. “A gentleman from Leeds wanted to return the green Slanket (blanket with sleeves) he had bought his wife because her hair is ginger and it would have made her look like a Leprechaun”.

2. “A toilet brush that was returned after it had been used to clean a particularly dirty toilet”.

3. “A man from Glasgow decided to call Trading Standards because the bars of his football table had gone rusty. He had left it outside with no covers on it for two years”.

4. “A Candy Bra was returned which had already been opened and nibbled”.

5. “A customer returned the 20 Questions gadget which will guess the object you are thinking of. The gadget had answered correctly 37 times…but failed to guess a disposable nappy on the 38th game”.

6. “A ‘Pets Eye View Camera’ was returned as the customer said the filming was not as ‘exciting’ as she had hoped”.

7. “A Puppy Bumperstop Doorstop was returned because even though it kept the door open, the customer’s pet hamster continuously bumped in to it when running in his exercise ball”.

8. “A lady returned the Henry Hoover Desk Tidy because the smile was not big or happy enough, and did not boost her morale in the office”.

9. “Tipsy Feet fold-up shoes were sent back as the owner wasn’t happy that she continued to fall over on her walk back home after a night out with friends”.

10. “A customer complained the moods suggested by the ‘Oggz Colour Changing Mood Lights’ did not relate to the atmosphere accurately”. (ANI)

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