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To think this ISN'T the best way to advertise your accident claims company?

(31 Posts)
ShellyBoobs Sat 02-Feb-13 09:18:24

Scroll down to where it says 'Take the 30 second test' and read the customer comment in blue.


P.S. I wasn't looking for an ambulance chaser, someone emailed me the link after a colleague told them about it...

ProcessYellowC Sat 02-Feb-13 10:54:47


ShellyBoobs Sat 02-Feb-13 11:43:11

...or marketing scam

I'd be inclined to think that if it wasn't such a large company. And the wording is a little close to the bone or beyond that.

AmberLeaf Sat 02-Feb-13 11:49:27

Someone posted this the other day grin is it real?

People were saying then it must be a disgruntled former employee?

Or as someone else said a clever marketing ploy? but surely you wouldnt take the company seriously after that?

TWinklyLittleStar Sat 02-Feb-13 11:51:25

If it is a marketing scam it's not a very good one, since seeing this earlier in the week I've been convinced the website is a piss take. Are they seriously a real company?

MurderOfGoths Sat 02-Feb-13 11:52:15

It's not randomly generated from real customer feedback, if it was then surely they'd have a script which rotated a few different comments rather than only returning that one.

I suspect it's done on purpose so their site goes viral, and it's close to the bone because they are going to claim they didn't put it there and can't be held accountable for customer comments.

I wonder if they're going to do a TV advert next, except instead of having a man falling off the wrong sort of ladder or someone falling in a moist office lobby, it will feature a man getting bummed in a public toilet - every advertisement break through Jeremy Kyle.

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