Last March 6, I posted the images I took of the rotten can(s) of Del Monte Pineapple juice.
The next day, I called their hotline to inform them that I sent them an email with images but the email bounced back as the attached images were too big. I was surprised when the operator asked if I was ‘so and so’ because they were about to call me. So there, the procedure took a short while – they were asking for details such as when it was bought and where it was bought. I only remembered where, but forgot the when.
She apologized on behalf of Del Monte and that they will send me a goodie bag and asked if they could have the ‘damaged’ items so they could further investigate.
The next day, I received the goodie bag – but mind you, the Del Monte Pineapple juices were no where to be found. I was honestly just expecting them to replace the damaged/contaminated cans – but instead they sent me these:
I guess, FINE – for customer service sake, they’re acceptable. But I was expecting my pineapple juices! Huhu…
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