Re: @ Furbian
Typos galore indeed! I pretty much said as much at the end of my rant, though I can appreciate one not reading all of my ill-tempered rant, because I had (and still have) better things to with my life than spending more than a few minutes firing off angry replies to 'Google'. After all, the onus is them not to send out e-mails like that asking for quite a lot of personal information, enough to steal my identity. They could at least put them through a spell checker, most browsers, e-mail clients etc. will spell check as you type. Or are Google staff not allowed such a luxury? There aren't any massive grammatical howlers in my replies anyhow, there's a world of difference between what they sent and what I replied with.
Anyway, I'm just a customer who asked some perfectly valid questions, and received no answers. Nobody paid me to write the e-mails I sent them, but the chap/chapess (yes I know the latter probably isn't word) corresponding with me was quite clearly paid for writing the ones they sent, it's their job.
Thanks for the handy tip on the use of 'apostrophes', I will make sure I do no offended Google with such appalling typo's. Then again, maybe I wont! Yes the latter and the former are my idea of a joke.
As for comments not working, well that's Google for you again! Sigh is it worth figuring out what's wrong with it.....
oh I just tried, signed me in and gave me an error saying I should try again later.. now I can blog about a blog not working!
Lahore is an unlikely destination for a call centre, it being in Pakistan, no one wants to base a call centre on a border town in that country, or anywhere for that matter, the vast majority appear to be in India, with some now in the Philippines and even Morocco apparently. The idea of a 'rogue' is why I decided to play it along and see where it went, escalation seems impossible, and I did read somewhere that someone sent them a letter to their FSA registered address, and they received no reply. Anyway life's too shot, and I'm not too fused about it, the blog entry and this are about the extent to which I would take this. But I like to stick my blog URL in when I see Google mess up their Play store.