Some bonkers news just in: Portugal’s second tier football league — the Segunda Liga — will be forced to sign a certain number of players from China as part of a new exclusive sponsorship deal with Chinese corporation Ledman.
*This article was updated on 17/12/15 following a request from a representative at Landmark Lofts. The accusation was laid forth that some of the third-party reviews I hosted on here were defamatory. I disagree, but given I don’t have the resources to fight a costly court case, it’s safer if I just remove them*
What follows is a cautionary tale about what could happen if you sign a consumer contract without paying close attention to the small-print.
Landmark Lofts & Reviews (London)
In July 2014, my missus and I selected Landmark Lofts to convert a haggard old attic space into a spare bedroom. The company had glowing reviews which played a major part in our decision to choose the company.
Landmark Lofts, a loft conversion company in London that designs lofts but allocates third-party builders to carry out the actual work, puts non-disparagement clauses in its contracts, designed to prevent unhappy customers from leaving honest reviews on any public forum.
How hard can one company make it to cancel a subscription? Sky TV in the U.K. is surely up there.
I’ve written thousands of blog posts over the past few years, but I’ve never written a post about myself, because I’ve never had a reason to – but it’s now my turn to do just that.
Friday was my last day at The Next Web after nearly 3,000 articles, dating back to 23 September, 2010.
Title says it all really. This is gold….