Anyone with kids (and lets face it, a husband) knows: there is no end to the laundry. I sometimes feel as if the washing machine in my apartment is going seven days a week. But I’m one of the lucky ones – I have a washer/dryer in my apartment. Or I did. Until last month.
Last month, my dryer heated up, but didn’t spin, which basically meant I got a big lump of wet, hot, clothing at the end of a cycle. Not good. Needless to say, the warranty had expired thirty seconds before my dryer broke, so I needed a repair.
I called Sears. BIG mistake.
Sears, evidently, is not staffed by humans. It is staffed by automated voice answering systems that ask for your prompts. “Welcome to the Sears Service Center completely useless automated customer service system. Please say or press one to continue this infuriating process.”
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