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  • barryriddl474
    4819 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Thanks Chris! :D
  • terend2013
    60 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Last week, my wife had an issue with her game, and we filed a ticket with EA. At first, the experience was not good, with form reply emails. Then, I posted in the forum about the issue. I received a PM from someone here (I won't say who to protect their identity) and it said something to the effect that if I provided my wife's username, they would give us some donuts for our trouble. I did not really believe that someone who had only made one post on the forum could do this, but I provided her name as I did not see any potential danger with just the name.
    Last Friday, my wife found a direct line to EA, and before we could get off the phone with the rep, we were being called by an EA advisor (who sent us both friend requests, which I thought was awesome) and an EA specialist.
    Long story short (I know... waaay past that now), EA fixed the game and gave us both hundreds of donuts each.
    Satisfaction level----HIGH.
    Then, today, I received a PM from the person on the forum who said they'd give us donuts for our trouble. This person knew what had happened with the EA advisor and specialist (we did not go into details anywhere, so they must have had insider information), and gave us both ANOTHER 150 DONUTS EACH!!!!
    Like my title states, WOW!

    So...the moral of the story kids is that whenver someone asks for your personal login information, please give it to them. You will get hundreds of donuts if you do :)
  • barryriddl474
    4819 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    terend2013 wrote:
    Last week, my wife had an issue with her game, and we filed a ticket with EA. At first, the experience was not good, with form reply emails. Then, I posted in the forum about the issue. I received a PM from someone here (I won't say who to protect their identity) and it said something to the effect that if I provided my wife's username, they would give us some donuts for our trouble. I did not really believe that someone who had only made one post on the forum could do this, but I provided her name as I did not see any potential danger with just the name.
    Last Friday, my wife found a direct line to EA, and before we could get off the phone with the rep, we were being called by an EA advisor (who sent us both friend requests, which I thought was awesome) and an EA specialist.
    Long story short (I know... waaay past that now), EA fixed the game and gave us both hundreds of donuts each.
    Satisfaction level----HIGH.
    Then, today, I received a PM from the person on the forum who said they'd give us donuts for our trouble. This person knew what had happened with the EA advisor and specialist (we did not go into details anywhere, so they must have had insider information), and gave us both ANOTHER 150 DONUTS EACH!!!!
    Like my title states, WOW!

    So...the moral of the story kids is that whenver someone asks for your personal login information, please give it to them. You will get hundreds of donuts if you do :)


    Actually, just the user name, which you can see near my post, isn't all that personal. Just passing along a positive experience. ;)
  • AJtheboss1
    3869 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Wow that was a blessing in disguise I guess! :shock: :lol:

    Use them donuts wisely berry! :wink:
    "The **** of the future will be the anti-****."
  • barryriddl474
    4819 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Thanks AJ!
  • TAGSfan60982
    586 posts
    edited September 2014
    That's great! I'm happy for you. Enjoy them. I am not at all jealous.
  • barryriddl474
    4819 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    That's great! I'm happy for you. Enjoy them. I am not at all jealous.

    Haha, thanks! :D
  • starshipvi49
    1129 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Well done.
  • henpot7514
    6011 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Last week, my wife had an issue with her game, and we filed a ticket with EA. At first, the experience was not good, with form reply emails. Then, I posted in the forum about the issue. I received a PM from someone here (I won't say who to protect their identity) and it said something to the effect that if I provided my wife's username, they would give us some donuts for our trouble. I did not really believe that someone who had only made one post on the forum could do this, but I provided her name as I did not see any potential danger with just the name.
    Last Friday, my wife found a direct line to EA, and before we could get off the phone with the rep, we were being called by an EA advisor (who sent us both friend requests, which I thought was awesome) and an EA specialist.
    Long story short (I know... waaay past that now), EA fixed the game and gave us both hundreds of donuts each.
    Satisfaction level----HIGH.
    Then, today, I received a PM from the person on the forum who said they'd give us donuts for our trouble. This person knew what had happened with the EA advisor and specialist (we did not go into details anywhere, so they must have had insider information), and gave us both ANOTHER 150 DONUTS EACH!!!!
    Like my title states, WOW!

    Wow +1!!

    Glad you got Gina's game sorted and what a great thing for EA to do! Enjoy!
    Have you thought what your gonna spend them on?
  • barryriddl474
    4819 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    henpot7514 wrote:
    Last week, my wife had an issue with her game, and we filed a ticket with EA. At first, the experience was not good, with form reply emails. Then, I posted in the forum about the issue. I received a PM from someone here (I won't say who to protect their identity) and it said something to the effect that if I provided my wife's username, they would give us some donuts for our trouble. I did not really believe that someone who had only made one post on the forum could do this, but I provided her name as I did not see any potential danger with just the name.
    Last Friday, my wife found a direct line to EA, and before we could get off the phone with the rep, we were being called by an EA advisor (who sent us both friend requests, which I thought was awesome) and an EA specialist.
    Long story short (I know... waaay past that now), EA fixed the game and gave us both hundreds of donuts each.
    Satisfaction level----HIGH.
    Then, today, I received a PM from the person on the forum who said they'd give us donuts for our trouble. This person knew what had happened with the EA advisor and specialist (we did not go into details anywhere, so they must have had insider information), and gave us both ANOTHER 150 DONUTS EACH!!!!
    Like my title states, WOW!

    Wow +1!!

    Glad you got Gina's game sorted and what a great thing for EA to do! Enjoy!
    Have you thought what your gonna spend them on?

    Thank you! I'm saving mine for Halloween and she'll probably do the same. Yes, they were very generous. :D
  • ZennGlenn
    1725 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Extremely excellent 8)
    ...I'd like to see if that rep can resolve my continued issues w/being able to visit & add/remove friends...
    -will PM you on it as well :wink:
  • barryriddl474
    4819 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    ZennGlenn wrote:
    Extremely excellent 8)
    ...I'd like to see if that rep can resolve my continued issues w/being able to visit & add/remove friends...
    -will PM you on it as well :wink:

    PM sent.
  • Mopurglar
    1048 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    That is an impressive haul. I'm glad they did you right. :thumbup:
  • AJtheboss1
    3869 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Thanks AJ!
    Sure thing buddy! :thumbup:
    "The **** of the future will be the anti-****."
  • barryriddl474
    4819 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Thank you Mopurglar!
  • Ningyo42
    1465 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Make sure to change you wife's password, just in case. Don't get fat on all the donuts. ;)
  • barryriddl474
    4819 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Ningyo42 wrote:
    Make sure to change you wife's password, just in case. Don't get fat on all the donuts. ;)

    Noted. :mrgreen:
  • joelchmiel621
    28 posts
    edited September 2014
    glad they could help you. still giving me the run around though. its good to know some of them know what they are doing.
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