We've all bought a product that just wasn't up to scratch, damaged or falsely represented in its advertising. Most of the time the shop or company are happy to replace or exchange the item but sometimes the responses to these issues are absolutely brutal.
Here we look at some of the most absurd situations where a product has gone wrong and people have complained, including this delightful mix-up by a customer about their Domino's pizza.
Don't Ask Questions You Don't Want The Answer To
Taco Bell hs a somewhat notorious reputation and this customer played on that when they decided to lure in the company's twitter account to a glorious set-up.
The customer has every right to complain here as the poor pup ends up pink after, what should have been, just a nice bath.
Well, this is just brutal! One customer tries to make a self-depreciating joke to the British postal service and they hit him back by taking it further than anyone expected.
When asking a video game developer to make a game, make sure your username doesn't involve copulation with one of their rival's biggest icons.
Sarcasm Will Be Met With Sarcasm
No one likes to hear their product isn't up to scratch but if you're going to be sarcastic about it, they may respond in kind.
Always Wear The Appropriate Clothing
This hilarious, yet painful, story is a reminder to all to only use products for the purpose they were designed for.
No response from the company on this one, we wonder why?
Only So Much They Can Help With
When you ask a company for help, they are usually happy to offer advice and support but only if it involves their products.
Kids can become very obsessive about things they love and this adorable letter proves that they will not put up with shoddy products that don't pay enough attention to detail.
Poetry For The Ages
Sometimes, when you get creative with your complaints, it is met with equal creativity.
When posting a picture of his issue, this customer got a bit angry over the response that apparently missed the problem. To be fair, it's not a great photo. Remember kids, there's no need to be rude.
It is lucky for this train passenger that the company's twitter account is monitored 24/7 and even more fortunate that they were happy to help him out of a sticky situation.
The Perfect Response
If you don't know how twitter works then don't take it out on others. Fortunately, this company were graceful over the whole issue when they spotted an opportunity and ran with it.
This poor fellow got locked in a bookshop and was only let out when he tweeted the company. The event captured the attention of Britain when it happened with many saying they would love to be locked into a bookstore.
When Google attributes an insulting meme as your company logo you have to try and get the to change it as quickly as possible. Fortunately for a bakery, that can be easier than for others.
Insults Will Be Dealt With Harshly
When engaging in a foul-mouthed rant, make sure you're not dealing with a sassy company who have no time for your bad language.
Respond In Kind
When using colloquial language, some company's will try their best to respond in the same manner.
Pointing Out The Obvious
When a film critic pointed out the obvious, the filmmakers did the same.
When trying to come up with a quote of the day, try to find one that matches with your company ethos otherwise sassy customers may point out the flaws.
No Time For Your Nonsense
If you don't use their services, probably best not to an insult a company.