This new trend of "Caveat emptor" by all companies is quite disgusting. While I certainly believe that you should understand the implications of using a service from a company the company certainly has an obligation to try to warn you as good customer service. But now the new moto for business is screw the customer as much as you can, then these same companies wonder why there is no brand loyalty.
Even more disgusting is the people that are more than happy to see people getting screwed as some sort of lesson in responsibility.
Be real..."Even more disgusting is the people that are more than happy to see people getting screwed as some sort of lesson in responsibility."
Sometimes it's the small minor things in life that teach you the lessons required to be a responsible adult, they are usually followed by statements like “I’m glad I found that out now, before I…..” Other people stumble over these lessons blindly making their way through life and it takes a big slap in the face or boot in the rear to get your attention.
Really, everyone that I’ve talked to when they see this story stop before finishing the second sentence, they all look of with this shocked look. Not shocked because of the bill, shocked because of the incompetence…. Just think, if it wasn’t this situation that caused him trouble – as I said earlier it would be the possible potential of copyright infringement for the use of "John Lennon's "Imagine" and the Pointer Sisters' "Yes We Can Can" before they are recorded and sold.
Learn your lesson now!