No. of Recommendations: 2
That was a mistake. You cut your own legs off by asking for help, and telling them that you'll never do business with them, and that you are going to trash them to everybody "far and "wide". Mistake. You lost all of your leverage. They have no incentive to attempt to help you, because you told them that you are already never going to do business with them, and that you probably already told many people about this (which you have here). In the future, use conditional threats, if any. For instance, "If this situation is not resolved to my satisfaction, then I will be forced to never do business with your company again, nor recommend your company to those I know." Something like that. You wasted your breath.
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