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Petition: Ban Halal Slaughter of Animals in Britain

Support our petition to ban Halal slaughter in Britain. The practice of slaughtering animals for religious purposes is both draconian and barbaric and it is only ‘religious sensitivity’ from our politicians that has prevent Halal meat from being banned.

Petition to Call on David Cameron to Sack Culture Secretary Maria Miller

Sack Culture Secretary Maria Miller – This petition is to call upon the Prime Minister, David Cameron, to dismissed Maria Miller over her mortgage expenses scandal.

EU Moves to End Net Neutrality

The EU is now making moves, through a new directive, that would effectively quash net neutrality. Net neutrality covers three core principles which allows the internet to remain free and open. Destroying net neutrality will deny you your democratic rights to access free and open information. Don’t let this happen.

Petition: Ban Islam in Britain

Petition to ban Islam in Britain. It’s time for peace and the only way to achieve peace is to remove ideologies that promote murder. Here we call for support on banning Islam in Britain.

Petition: Should the BBC Lose its Royal Charter?

Should the BBC lose it’s Royal Charter so that it can no longer force TV viewers into paying a licence fee? If you feel this is the case then sign our petition.

American Deported for Having Cancer

American Deported for Having Cancer… yes the headline is correct and in our view questions the UK’s humanity; or least the humanity of those in Government.

Bad Customers Watch Out

BAD CUSTOMERS WATCH OUT – There is the old saying that the customer is always right. This is a myth that I have always been opposed to.  It should really be that the customer is King, but this doesn’t not imply that the customer is always right, far from it.

Ask any legitimate business owner what their business objective is, beyond the balance sheet, and they will tell you that it is to provide a first class service to ensure that the customer is completely satisfied and from this will garner recommendations.

We live in a world of information and we generally have very easy access to that information via the internet.  There are many thousands of review websites available online, some with blanket information on all types of products and services and those who engage in providing information for a particular niche product range or services.  These allow people, before engaging in a contract to purchase, to find out if what they are buying, and from whom, really lives up to the hype on the product or service website.

For one guy, Matt Stachel, of Feasterville, U.S.A, he had been stung by more than a few clients, has set up a website called Nastyclient.com.  The idea is to allow contractors to publish their accounts of dealing with particularly nasty clients, both personal and commercial, so that other businesses will be able to avoid doing business with people or companies that are extremely difficult to work with and in the worst case scenarios refuse to pay for the work or products supplied.

The video above provides a full insight as to how it works, although I should point out that Matt makes a mistake in his presentation, when he refers to ‘Slander’; as the issue is in fact Libel – the spoken word under the Law is Slanderous and the written word is Libelous.

Regardless of this minor error, Matt certainly has a good idea as there are many companies, around the world, that face immense difficulties from clients, and this would, if executed properly, allow business to fight back and warn other businesses against doing business with such clients.

I have visited their website but as yet it is not operational, it simply states a launch date in February 2013.  It would be interesting to know if nastyclients.com will allow the clients to refute statements made and indeed give their own account of the situation.

As with any information on the internet it is only truly useful when you have both sides of the equation to consider and if this is the case with nastyclients.com then I am sure it is one website that could produce an awful lot of interest.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/donna.wozny.7 Donna Wozny

    Great idea! Contractors shouldn’t bear the brunt of bad publicity, especially since there are “repeat offenders” as customers. When we needed a new roof, we called 6 roofers before one agreed to come to our home. The reason given? That homeowners in town would not pay their bills! Truly a shame that personal integrity and honor mean so little in today’s world.

    • http://www.meebal.com/ meebal

      This is actually not a bad idea. However, the main beneficiaries here are going to be the Lawyers as this will no doubt spark numerous lawsuits. Still I suppose it keeps the Ambulance Chasers employed.