Well, well, someone got a little carried away on a tweet feed yesterday and couldn’t keep their excitement to themselves. Several customers lately tweet about their monthly bill from their bank on how much they’ve spent in Pret this month. But their tweet is not a complaint, just a tweet noting how much they spend on Pret on average.
A very unusual and rare smiley the Pret staff used and asked the customer to DM even though there was no complaint. It doesn’t make any sense why Kayleigh Ann should DM Pret. The usual “please could you send us a DM with the shop you visited…” now got really bold with “hearty eyes” and “Pop through on a DM with us…”
I let the reader figure out why. But this is many of Pret’s staff who have a certain position: unprofessional, patronizing and with little self-control.
Kayleigh’s Twitter profile:
UPDATE 28.02.2019 The arrogance of Pret and their staff to continue openly to “hit on” customers, asking them, especially when somewhat known, or as above with a certain “status”, continues.
Today’s tweets which after deleting their tweet, Pret had it “reappear” again after I commented. Rhiannon Ashlee tweets about a product she misses. Sammi Maria (with the official Twitter “tick”) adds to that, the Pret staff tweeter responds only to Sammi Maria to DM “him” (I just assume the Pret staff is a guy) without any reason. Why should Sammi private message “him” …
My Tweet BEFORE Pret deleted their “green heart” Tweet.
Link screenshot of AFTER Pret deleted their “green heart” Tweet.
I tweet again after Pret deleted the tweet:
After my 2 Tweets and tweeting to the CEO, Pret’s deleted Tweet “reappeared” again thanks to Twitter fixing it and Pret added a new Tweet even though no further comments came from Sammi:
Link to feed and then new direct Pret Tweet which hides my Tweets even though I’m not “officially” shadow banned. Even though there was no complaint the Pret staff again wants “certain” customers to get into private messaging. What an unprofessional company Pret is. 😀
New Tweet after my response even though Sammi never tweeted again:
Link of reappeared tweet AFTER my response to that tweet and UNDERNEATH my response. There is even a LINE between my & Pret’s tweet! 😀
Oh Pret, how much do you pay per month to get your Tweets fixed!
And even though I’m not keen to “help” Pret or Clive Schlee sort out their unprofessional staff, I had to make a point that my emailing I entered into out of darkest trauma, grief, the bullying in Pret and influence of alcohol, I wrote from my private email and would never use a company’s email or public social media account to either “hit on” customers luring them int DM or write any personal messages.
Clive Schlee decided to have a laugh and call me his “late night girl”. But he can’t seem to have professional staff on his payroll. Appalling. How I wasted 10 years of my life in this company, I will never understand!
UPDATE 5th April 2019
How can a CEO of any company even respond to a tweet like this:
I worked at Pret A Manger and survived systemic workplace bullying during bereavement that involved HR, the top leadership, HQ and even the now “retired” former CEO Clive Schlee. I declined 4 settlement offers if I am silent about my ordeal. But I rather starve and speak out to help others. For an overview of important blog entries of my experience with Pret, please visit “My Ordeal with Pret A Manger”. The little arrow to the right next to each heading will lead directly to the post.
I tell my story for the first time verbally in below audio player interview on a podcast by The Adam Paradox, and wrote an article in the Scottish Left Review.
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