quick check-in, not so quick check-out.

Standard

during my recent visit to apple

i asked to sign up for a class

where i could ask questions

about my laptop

i was given this card to use to signup

after a quick scroll down and some box checking

i was registered for a weekend class

then

my cold took over

 i needed to cancel

i used the card again

thought it would be an easy fix

but the only options i could find

were to confirm i was coming

or

to sign up for another class

i tried to call the store

but no one answered the phone

called the 1-800 number

but it redirected me to cancel

by using the same method i already was using

i decided that when i actually do make it to a class

my first question will be:

“how does someone cancel their attendance at your class?”

“there’s no limit to how complicated things can get,

on account of one thing always leading to another.”

  • – e.b.. white

45 responses »

    • I have a dear friend who is brilliant and works for them, and when I see her, I ask a million questions and she is patient, but it’s the day to day stuff that is challenging at times.

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  1. Try doing something within Google. After maybe 40 pages of wrong information, you give up. I had a question about YouTube Television. YouTube, being owned by Google, suffers from the same thing. After a half hour of looking I gave up.

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