Posts Tagged ‘error’
“For I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 8:38-39)
In other words, there is nothing WE can do that can separate us from the love of God. There is no mistake we can make that is big enough to make Jesus disown us. So, if you are a follower of Jesus Christ, and you did something wrong, move on, don’t dwell on it, and stay close to Him. That is how you avoid making the mistake again.
I received this note from a trusted friend:
“The Markham Stouffville Urgent Care Centre placed ads in the local newspaper saying that flu shots are available there. In the ad, they told the public that vaccines are available during regular clinic hours, in addition to special flu shot sessions. However, when I went there with my mother (she is a senior in her late sixties) last Thursday afternoon during regular clinic hours, they refused to vaccinate us. We were the only patients there at the time, and staff members were just sitting around. I asked if they could at least make an exception for my mother, but they still refused. As a result, the drive there, plus the time spent, was for nothing.
“Please tell everyone that no, the flu vaccine is NOT available at the Markham Stouffville Urgent Care Centre during regular clinic hours. Thank you!”
Since at least last Thursday, if you try to perform a transaction at the fido.ca website, this is what you will get:
If you call customer service, they will tell you that it will be fixed “tomorrow”, even though they started replying like that several days ago. And don’t bother with Contact Us, if you try to send a message there, the same error message appears.
I received an email response from Rona regarding the gift card purchase incident I outlined earlier here. I am satisfied with the response, and am reproducing it below word-for-word (i.e. copy-and-paste):
“Hi Andrew Yu:
I got an email pertaining to your inability to buy a $50.00 gift card with your credit card. I’m sorry, but our cashier made an error in this instance. Recently, we got some fraudulent credit card scams that includes people using stolen or fraud credit cards to buy gift card. We have asked our staff to be a bit more diligent when it comes to customers purchasing gift cards with credit cards. That staff in this case miss understood our instructions thus leading to this error. I’m sincerely apologizing for any inconveniences that this incident have caused but I assure you that this is an error in communication and it is not our norm or policy. We strive very hard to meet and exceed every customer’s expectations.
If you have any further question or concerns, please feel free to call me anytime.
Rona Home & Garden”