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Would it be petty to complain when I go today?

(13 Posts)
nojustificationneeded Sat 06-Aug-11 04:01:44

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AmberLeaf Sat 06-Aug-11 04:05:14

Yes say something and ask them to remove your mums no from your notes so it doesnt happen again.

bagelmonkey Sat 06-Aug-11 06:32:56

Yes. You should say something.
Contacting your emergency contact when it's not an emergency could have breached your confidentiality. They didn't make a proper effort to contact you first. Since it appears to be for their benefit, they definitely should not have called your mother even once, let alone 3 times!

Punkatheart Sat 06-Aug-11 07:03:06

Yes, they could have contacted you by letter. Complain.

iscream Sat 06-Aug-11 08:30:21

Yes, definitely make a complaint and get your mother's number removed.

ZillionChocolate Sat 06-Aug-11 08:39:35

I would also complain.

GypsyMoth Sat 06-Aug-11 12:08:48

Your pupil is detached??

kiwimumof2boys Sat 06-Aug-11 12:36:47

Why didn't they just leave you a message the first time they tried to call you?
YANBU. Definitely complain.

Sarsaparilllla Sat 06-Aug-11 13:43:38

I would complain, how ridiculous, why didn't they leave you a message or send you a letter?

nojustificationneeded Sat 06-Aug-11 17:06:24

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nojustificationneeded Sat 06-Aug-11 17:08:50

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fluffles Sat 06-Aug-11 17:11:56

yes, i would complain.

some stupid interpretation of the data protection act stops hospitals and doctors surgeries from leaving any message. however, i don't see why they can't at least identify themselves on a voicemail, without giving any information. Parituclarly now that modern technology almost always identifies missed calls by their number anyway.

nojustificationneeded Sat 06-Aug-11 17:18:48

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