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Reviewed Indigo Airlines

Jul 07, 2014 09:47 AM 8352 Views

Me and my wife had booked my tickets to travel from Hyderabad to Bangalore on 4th July'14. I even checked in online before coming to the airport. I did not have printing facilities at home, I approached the counter to print the boarding card. All that counter staff had to do is print the boar...Read more

Commented on dearsaravana's review

Nov 24, 2013 11:27 AM

The expensive part in the mobile phone these days is screen and its resolution. Compare that with Iphone and Samsung and that explains the reason for the cheaper cost. It is a good product but not the best.

Commented on ravichandranj's review

Oct 02, 2013 03:51 PM

I bought it at $199 in USA and love this one till today.

Commented on binisajan's review

Oct 01, 2013 11:35 AM

Excellent review. It is shocking to learn that inspite of 2 levels of critical esclations several times, satisfactory service could not be rendered. Do they care about their image & reputation?

Commented on scholar09's review

Jan 07, 2013 12:15 AM

I can not understand what kind of organizations that our country builds whose aim is to fleece the customer without any service.You did a great job of making aware of such practice to everyone notice.

Commented on shaka72's review

Apr 01, 2012 09:55 AM

Seems they just want you to force the ticket cancellation so that they can deduct money. What a trap.

Commented on NP_Bangalore's review

Mar 05, 2012 05:13 PM

I follow exactly what you have advised. MMT is only for info gathering.

Commented on delhi290's review

Oct 29, 2011 03:20 PM

Their factory of manufacture is never shown in any of the ads. No independent verification of its credibility. All their ad is consisting of end users vouching for the product. Can general public guarantee the product authenticity?.

Reviewed Citibank

Aug 09, 2011 10:26 PM 7205 Views

Anyone who opens any Indian website while he/she are abroad would be prompted of citibank window to open the NRE/NRO account. Impressed with their presence everywhere, I had opened the preferred rupee account with a FD for decent amount. During one year operation of account, I had faced the foll...Read more

Commented on bunty189's review

Jul 18, 2011 01:53 PM

These banks have attitude problems and wonder would ever change. Even after repayment of 2 loans on time, 3rd time loan was rejected just because staff got changed. Genuine customers are big disappointment for them because they dont' get any benefit.

Commented on NiluDas's review

Jul 17, 2011 04:59 PM

These people had written a couple of management books which should be made public. The title of the books are 'An unwanted cusomter' or 'Extent of bad treatment to be inflicted on customers'.

Commented on cranjred's review

Jul 10, 2011 12:56 PM

I am not sure about PSU banks. As a matter of fact, every private bank does the same that they effect the hike without any prompt and to reduce it, one has to run from pillar to post.

Commented on sisreedh's review

Apr 24, 2011 05:01 PM

Even if you pay 3K now, they do the interest reduction for a month only. From 2nd Month, it is back to 12.5%. Closing it and coming out is the only solution.

Commented on blackspace_666's review

Apr 17, 2011 04:01 PM

With my limited knowledge I can tell you that maximum power transmit for the batteries measured in SAR can not exceed 1.6 W/Kg. This is to say that there is upper ceiling in battery limit which no manufacturer of cellphone is allowed to exceed worldwide. Although higher life batteries are available,... but they pose huge health hazard to users. For any loaded mobile with applications, the quick battery drain is a concern. But manufacturers have little choice to increase the battery life.Read More

Commented on kmusun1's review

Apr 16, 2011 01:34 PM

They had almost forgotten banking and trying to push high commission products such as ULIP and Gold in the name of value added services.

Commented on manojpnin's review

Apr 11, 2011 12:04 PM

These organizations business is not the booking of the tickets, hotels, tours etc.. Take the money from the customers and do nothing. If called, give some execuses and dodge the matter until the customer is fed-up. They know that 99% of the customers cant' go to consumer court for various reasons (d...istance living, amount & time involved) and use this loophole to mint the money from innocent. For sure you can't earn such an easy money through any route.Read More

Commented on amit2992's review

Apr 02, 2011 04:41 PM

Great review and thanks for your alert. I too used to wonder why people can't recongnise such easy pictures. Although I never called to such numbers, I realise now that this is a big trap. .

Commented on Hase15's review

Apr 02, 2011 03:54 PM

You can write one more review after 6 months of gaining health & wealth.

Commented on preetycool_ind's review

Mar 27, 2011 11:24 AM

The business model these days is teaser type. Lure the customer with attractive offers and once trapped,load additional charges and at the same time stripping existing benefits. The market is huge, by the time RBI is flooded with complaints and customers are aware of the day light robbery, enough mo...ney is made by these bogus service providers.Read More

Commented on kamirena's review

Mar 27, 2011 10:37 AM

My daughter studies in DPS, Gulf. In the last 4 years, only 10% fee hike was there. The schools are highly regulated and they won't get permission for fee hike which is good for parents. Some of the high end private schools profits are enormous. Especially DPS & Bhavans which are located in mul...tiple cities of India and abroad. Furthermore their branches are spread in metro cities and each branch had become hugely successful. With such huge money spinning machines, what does the management do with the profits. They became politicians and ministers to influence policy decisions that they can continue to flourish and create monopolies. Read More