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Alex92
Tamworth,
United Kingdom

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23 Jul 2014 20:14
stevethegoolie:
Bloody hell, Alex, that didn't last long! Good luck for the future, you would appear to be a "right thinking", genuine sort of bloke, so be careful out there!

Tread carefully, but maybe a visit to your local Trading Standards dept. may be a good place to start, or even Citizen's Advice?


Thanks Steve. I don't think Im wrong in saying I was the best aftersales member that place had. I use to drive for hours after work delivering bikes (didnt get paid), I would clean customers bikes, I would drop everything and take the van and collect bike, I would deliver parts after work.

I did pretty much everything, and the way I have been treated by the 'Team Leaders' there and the managers, well, it gives me no choice but to go ahead and be honest about what happened there.

I worked at Peugeot before Triumph and saw some bad things , but that was nothing compared to this place.

Its a shame as I did enjoy it there and I was good at the job I was employed to do.

Thanks
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