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Our digital copy of the Sunday Chicago Tribune contained comics, comics3, and the Parade sections. The delivered paper copy was missing all of these sections. This has happened on several occasions. Could you please assure us that it won’t keep happening to the print version?? We pay for a complete printed copy, not copies that are missing... Read more➤
The food sales in the insideshopper was delivered by mail after 3pm on thursday! Why so late?? Was it the mailmans fault or the tribunes fault?? Why can’t it be delivered on monday instead of thursday?? There is no excuse to deliver the food sales paper so late on thursday! We will contact our food stores and... Read more➤
First of all, I have never ever left a bad review or complained because usually, a legitimate business is able to resolve a complaint within the first communication. This A+ rating they have is complete BS. I have been getting UNSOLICITED mail from the Chicago Tribune with the “Inside Shopper” coupon program for the last 6 months... Read more➤
We have complained about red plum/inside shopper numerous times over the past 3 or 4 years. Every time we think this problem is resolved, we wake up, as we did this morning, to find a pink bag on our front yard. We do not subscribe to the tribune, never have and never will, and have never requested... Read more➤
Delivery stopped. I would like to receive the Red Plum mailer. I have called about receiving the mailer for several weeks, and for the last five months I have either intermittently received the mailer, or not at all. Today, March 16, 2021, my neighborhood received the Red Plum mailer, and my house was skipped over. Today was... Read more➤
Treatment of clients and young children
We left for dinner for 4 people and a baby - 8 months old. I went to ask if we could get boiled water for the children's porridge. To which the woman behind the bar (as the owner of Koklishi later turned out) answered me: "Do you need it or will you ask for water?" I am completely stunned by this question. I said, "Yes, we need boiled water. " She replied, "There is no boiled water on the menu, then you have to ask for it, because otherwise we don't serve it. " give my 8 month old baby hot water for a mess. Of course, I made a scandal and left. Then we had a nice dinner in the nearby ZIP lounge (or something like that) and spent 60 AU$ for all sorts of different dishes. This is the lesson for the puffy Koklishi owner. Do not go there if you have children, because you will be treated very, very badly. Do not spoil the evening and ignore such service providers, I strongly recommend going anywhere else. Even those who do not have children will be in solidarity, we will ignore such entrepreneurs. The name of the hospitality industry already suggests what the attitude should be. The customer does not have to ask for anything, it is enough to ask politely. Read more...