miaega (miaega) wrote in bad_service,

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What a nice end to the day

I assume, McDonald's, that you had a very good reason for not giving my dad the food that he paid for. As in, he got nothing. Zilch. I was the only one who got food. I am guessing the reason he didn't double-check was because he was tired and wanted to go home and eat, and that my part of the meal filled out the bag enough to not look suspicious.

I also hope that you'll remember that reason tomorrow because he's far too tired to go today, and I'm not walking all the way over there in the dark. I doubt I'll get anything, though, as there's no proof and all the food that remained will be in my stomach.

Thanks for the double cheeseburger you gave me instead of the quarter-pounder that was ordered, though...?

Now we gotta talk to our landlord who just phoned about her actually doing her job. asdhskfdg

Update: Retrieved the receipt from the car and called in. I didn't expect they'd be able to do anything, but the manager is going to give us the stuff they left out tomorrow. I wrote everything down, so hopefully it'll all go well!

Update-Update: All went well. The manager was there as she said she would be, and she remembered the call and gave us the meal.
Tags: *bad service turned good, *fast food, customers shouldn't get what they want, you gotta speak up

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