We didn’t have to post the executive contacts for Auto Europe this morning.
Our researcher, Sebastien Almon, didn’t have to go digging for the names of the head of customer service and the other executives.
But we had to.
Auto Europe is today’s features company contact, and it is an important reminder of why we do what we do — and why we need you to be a part of it.
Publishing the names, addresses and phone numbers for company executives is just what we do at this site.
Have you ever felt so strongly about something that you couldn’t not do it? Well, that’s us.
For the record, I had to go back a few years to find my last Auto Europe case. It was resolved quickly and, as it turns out, it wasn’t even the company’s fault.
We know information is power. So if you run into trouble with Auto Europe, or any other company, and you can’t seem to find someone in charge who can help, you know this information can help you find a reasonable resolution.
Companies don’t always want a reasonable resolution. Instead, they want you to go away when they send an email that says “there will be no further correspondence on this case.” Even when you have a perfectly legitimate case.
If that’s ever happened to you — if you’ve found yourself stonewalled by a corporation — then you know the frustrations felt by hundreds of thousands of honest consumers every day. You probably also know you’re one defective product away from becoming one of them.
Well, you don’t have to.
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If you’re ready to get started, we’re ready to help. Please contact our research editor, Trent Bonsall, and he’ll get you started with your first research assignment.
You can make a real difference today. Also, we can help you become a research ninja — able to find any executive contact in seconds. Yeah, we can do that. Ask us how.