By Oops - 02/12/2018 13:30
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You're looking at this the wrong way. Create some new accounts, and spend the next 22 years reliving some great memories. Remember, there are people outside, and they have diseases, like chlamydia, and stupid.
No one wants “honest, negative feedback.” If their customer base is stable or growing, their shit is “good enough” and whining won’t be tolerating. Only when customers are leaving in droves will they try to make improvements. This is how free-market capitalism works.
None of those consoles have been around for 22 years that people play. Also, the only one that you could download games, that a company could block you on has only been available for 12 years (PS3). He said it was his console, and there hasn't been a single console on the market for 22 years that a company would be able to do something like that this on. On a side note, PC games weren't downloaded until 2006, you bought the discs until then.
Hey! OP here. Had to create an account to do this. This was Nintendo. After a heated conversation after this event, I found out it was because I swore in a survey. I said “shit”. For people saying I deserved it for that, I don’t think they should ban a 35 year old mans account for using that language, especially in that I got told it was a violation of a certain set of rules that had NOTHING about swearing in the guidelines. This was a Wii and the 22 years was a typo. It was actually 12 years. I bought another Wii and made another account but all the games that require wifi cannot be transferred. In conclusion Nintendo, if you’re reading this, please update your rules because if you ask for honest feedback in a survey you provide you shouldn’t be upset when people are honest with you about your shitty customer service team
Besides the fact that I highly doubt someone from Nintendo went to personally approach and ban someone who filled out one of their surveys over a swear word... Here you claim you’re a 35-year old man getting “banned” (when Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection has been discontinued since 2014 and it’s not possible to buy points to download games with from the Wii Shop Channel since last March) and 2 days later you’re suddenly an Australian girl who got rejected by her celebrity crush in her dream. Forgot to change accounts there, mate?