Last Action(s) taken: The engineer went out today on this was not carring the correct euipment hance was unable to complete the task.
We apologize for the inconvinience.
We wontacted OR who confirmed that once this task is closed today they will send a new tentative which post accepting you can request for an expedite of this Order as this is an OR error.
I just love the "wontacted" bit. Pesky wabbit :-)
I thought my typing was bad
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Strictly speaking unless he is visiting a site on the other side of the Atlantic, he also can't spell "apologise" ... although it appears this could be the least of his worries ...ReplyDelete
Not only is the spelling all over the place, it's hard to make sense of one paragraph.ReplyDelete
I've seen an engineer report a no sink fault before.ReplyDelete
Didn't realise Openreach also did plumbing work.
Maybe they expected cuppa' tea!Delete
I know they like to find any excuse to apply SFI2 charges for a visit, but not being able to get tea seems a bit harsh ;)Delete
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I know this isn't the point of the post but ... the engineer went without the correct equipment! Bloody hell, if any of my engineers did THAT serious consequences would follow.ReplyDelete