Dr. Eiman Al Ansari named Manager of ictQatar Consumer Affairs DepartmentDecember 15, 2011
Dr. Eiman Al Ansari named Manager of ictQatar Consumer Affairs Department
News from AME Info:
“We are all telecoms consumers, and it’s important that our voices are heard and our rights are protected. ictQatar is demonstrating that they are serious about ensuring that telecom consumers in Qatar can exercise their rights to the full by creating this new department within the Regulatory Authority. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve as a dedicated voice for consumers and look forward to making ictQatar’s consumers affairs efforts more responsive, efficient and transparent,” said Dr. Al Ansari.
Dr. Al Ansari has a keen understanding of Qatar’s telecom sector and consumer needs, having previously worked as Head of Corporate and Institutional Affairs at Vodafone-Qatar. She was also previously the Head of the National Development Section at Ra…………… continues on AME Info
What’s On Your Mind? U.S. Postal Service, Capital One, McKenzie Legal
News from Consumer Affairs:
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has served notice that, to save money, it’s going to start slowing down delivery service in the future. Roxanne, of Rotondo West, Fla., thinks they’ve already started.
“I put a package out, Priority Mail, on Saturday,” Roxanne told ConsumerAffairs.com. “My estimated delivery date was December 12. I got my confirmation that it just left the main postal facility on December 13! I could have sent it parcel post for the same price!”
Granted, this is the Postal Service’s busy time of the year, but it seems there’s no excuse for it to take two days for a Priority Mail package to get underway. It could be why USPS isn’t getting a whole lot of sympathy over its money problems.
Not worth the bother
Michael, of Monte Sereno, Calif., is unhappy with the level of service he’s receiving from his credit card company,
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