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DECEMBER 4, 2018 - DAILYMAIL
DECEMBER 4, 2018 - NEWSHUB
DECEMBER 4, 2018 - YAHOO LIFESTYLE
“It’s not uncommon for brides to get a bit carried away when it comes to planning their dream wedding day”, says Yahoo. Read their story “Groom calls off wedding after fiancée's shocking behaviour” here.
DECEMBER 4, 2018 - DAILY STAR
“Sharing the shocking tale on Not Always Right, the wedding planner described how to the bride told her sister that her pregnancy was inconvenient.” Read their article here.
DECEMBER 3, 2018 - THE SUN.CO.UK
The Sun mentions how “it goes without saying that the stress of planning your dream wedding can (ironically) put a strain on some of your closest relationships.” Read their article here.
DECEMBER 17, 2012 - PC MAGAZINE
Voted for The Top 100 Websites of 2012. “This site is filled with the best anecdotes of those on the shopping front lines, who deal with the worst humanity has to offer in the shopping ranks. Prepare to be shocked (or maybe not) by the craven acts and utter stupidity of your fellow man.”
MAY 18, 2012 - THE TELEGRAPH
Joel Anaya, a Hospitality Business Management student from Washington State University, did research on "customer service sabotage”. He studied more than 200 accounts written by frustrated people on notalwaysright.com. Read The Telegraph’s article here.
SEPTEMBER 15, 2009 - THE NEW YORK TIMES
Paul B. Brown of The New York Times mentions “Who knows better that the customer is not always right than the people who serve them? Read Know When To Fire A Customer.
MAY 19, 2008 - CONSUMERIST
“Our reader Eyebrows McGee pointed us to a fun, albeit slightly depressing (if you’re concerned about the future of the human race) website called NotAlwaysRight.com, where retail veterans post transcripts of their worst customer interactions. Read for fun, but also for examples of how not to behave as a consumer.” Read their article here.