Friday, April 13, 2007

introducing...

...the Blacklist (drum-roll please).

After a couple of posts voicing my dissatisfaction with some companies I have created an official Blacklist, which you will find for your viewing pleasure on the right of the page.

Simply adding an object of my wrath to the Blacklist makes me feel better, but if just one person boycotted one of the companies - or better still, wrote their own letter of complaint (Mr B...) - it would improve my life no end.

2 comments:

Alasdair said...

Tfl - I agree, charging £4 for a cash fare is outrageous, and possibly illegal, but the simple answer is to get an Oyster card. It's only £3 deposit for the card, so it pays for itself after two journeys.

Natwest - all they're doing is gold plating the anti money laundering measures that the government has set. I don't know why it is easier for triads/the mafioso/t'rists to fake provisionals than full licences...

However, I would bite my tongue and take my overdraft to the bank with local branches and a good graduate account - Natwest is probably a decent bet.

Anonymous said...

I think you should have a white list - to applaud the achievements of things that haven't annoyed you recently.

Oh, and just out of interest, what does the html tag <'a'> do?
These tags are fun :)