a rhinestone in the rough (pixiebitch) wrote in bad_service,
a rhinestone in the rough
pixiebitch
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Not exactly service.. since I am not a customer.. but..

.. I don't think it's unreasonable for me to want to leave my house in my car without having to constantly be on the lookout for the drivers of this company (OCB Reprographics) so that I don't get mauled by their shiny yellow trucks.

Regardless of who is driving, they are constantly moving at an average of 20 miles over the speed limit through residential/non residential streets, making half assed attempts to stop at the many stop signs around my neighborhood, and just all in all driving like the kind of people you want to take a rocket launcher to.

I sure as hell know that I would never use their company based on this fact. (Once my degree is done with I will actually have a use for their company)

Is it unreasonable to use this is a standard for judging their company by? It is my opinion that their drivers a representatives of their company.. and they are doing a damn shitty job of it by nearly running over potential customers all over the orange county area.



The comment I left on their website.. says the same thing as this post more or less...

"I don't think it's unreasonable for me to want to leave my house (in Orange, CA) in my car without having to constantly be on the lookout for the drivers of your company so that I don't get run down by their yellow trucks. They are constantly speeding through residential neighborhoods, and showing an overall lack of compassion for any other driver out on the road.

It is my opinion that your drivers are representatives of OCB Reprographics.. and they are doing a very poor job of representing their company by nearly running over potential customers all over the Orange County area.

I can only hope you look into the situation.

Your company might want to consider using responsible drivers or possibly start using one of the many "how is my driving" services for your delivery trucks. I don't believe you will get a very positive response back from the general public, and it might encourage your drivers to drive more responsibly."
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