Piece of advise to all vindictive customers

A few words of advise for all vindictive customers out there:

If you want your cyber voice to be heard, please take into account the following tips from a customer who has experienced both sides of the story.
Make sure your reviews are fair, objective and factual. Lying in a review shows lack of character. Poor language, name calling and subjectivity make you sound bitter and crazy.
  1. Pointing a positive aspect of you rapport with the vendor in question increases your chances of a resolution and being taken seriously.
  2. Keep in mind that some reviews are dismissed by third parties if deemed questionable or inappropriate.
  3. Choose your words wisely. Spam filters will block reviews using bad words and adjectives such as scum bags.
  4. Let it go. You did your duty. You posted a bad review about this vendor in hopes of alerting other customers about bad business practices. The point of a review is to share your experience with others not to tear the business or the business owner apart.
  5. Let it go. Bitterness hurts you more than anyone else.
  6. Beware of vindictive vendors. The internet is a two way street!

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