Tesco has been historically at the forefront of food retail.
This however has changed in recent years with a decline in customer service and satisfaction.
You will find varying levels of service from store to store, some valuing the customer whilst others continue to concentrate purely on profits and footfall through the door.
Credit due though from what I have been informed, Tesco is on a mission to improve the customer experience across the board. It may be a long work in progress but watch this space.
Superior equipment, build and customer service.
I have swapped over from a PC to a Macbook pro and couldn't be happier.
Software and build is seamless... customer service and store support is always great.
Yes they're expensive but as mother always says... you really do get what you pay for :)
I moved to O2 because I was unhappy with the coverage with Orange. BIG MISTAKE!!!
The coverage may be lacking a bit with Orange but that was nothing compared to the service received from O2 recently.
I made the mistake of taking their insurance which I was assured was on par with the insurance I had with Orange. Complete and utter rubbish. My phone has just gone wrong and I was told the fault was not covered on the insurance and it would have to sent away for repair. Meanwhile I would have to make do with an old relic of a phone they gave me as a stand in.
This was not all. To get that far I had to go through a huge heap of arguments with store manager and customer service over the phone in the store in front of countless customers. Very embarrassing and distressing.
I am now trying to cancel the contract. Of course they will with a £600 fee even though they have technically mis-sold a contract.
I had the displeasure of purchasing a car from the predecessor of this company, Carland. The car was a nightmare, caused me problems from the evening I drove it away and in the end cost me a lot more money than my 17 years car did I owned previously.
When I looked to change my car recently I looked at Carcraft being assured that none of the bad management or cowboy tactics had been inherited into the new company. WRONG!!!! They are still the shonky dealers they were before with the same showrooms with just a different name.
Do yourself a big favour, do not venture near this chain.
Unfortunately being in central London Sainsbury is one of the common stores I have to use.
I find them extremely overpriced even for a central London location.
Their stores are adequately stocked and easy to navigate but in general have very unhelpful and rude staff who look as if they can't be bothered to be there and they're doing you a favour by working there.
benjamin found this review useful
I have been with Orange for most of the time I have owned a mobile phone. I have recently however moved across to O2 after being drastically surprised by the rising costs of my phone bills. This company has recently been hiding a lot of extras not included within my tariff and their tariffs are way overpriced compared to the other networks.
The plus side to them is their 'no questions asked' insurance. It's rapid, efficient and pretty much guarantees you a replacement phone the next day.
Time and time again I have given this company a chance to redeem itself within the computer and electricals arena and each time they prove a complete and utter disappointment proving to be inefficient, time costly and unhelpful.
I have recently moved to a Mac and hopefully I will never ever again have a need to deal with this god awful chain. DSG you have some serious customer service issues to resolve!!!
I have only just taken out insurance with Protect you Bubble but from what I see the process for taking the insurance out is clear, concise and easy to follow with coverage that seems very comprehensive.
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