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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved The Ritz-Carlton — food poisoning
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
Horrible! Horrible! Horrible!
Would you imagine getting your New Year celebration being poisoned and totally screwed right before the midnight?
We wanted to have fun on the New Year eve at the Ritz Carlton and paying our money!
My wife, daughter and I did have food poisoning on the New 2010 Year night at the restaurant “V” in Sarasota!
We waited for this dinner for hours and didn’t eat since breakfast; 3 course meals (on the menu) were fabulous, was prepaid, preordered and cost $550.
In about one hour and a half after having a dinner, all of us hit the restroom at home! I had to cancel our further reservations and plans because my daughter and I suddenly got very sick, - vomiting, diarrhea and abnormal fever.
Next day (thanks god my house is near by the RC) I went to the RC and saw a restaurant manager, Mr. C. He was nice and considerate, took the bill and said my expense will be reimbursed immediately; he offered some sweets to my daughter saying he or someone else will call with an apology for spoiling the 2010 celebrations.
NO ONE DID!
A day after, Mr. T. from a “loss preventions department” two days after the incident, called me in the evening questioning my WHOLE family birth days, any allergy symptoms and what we have eaten before that. He also asked me to describe the symptoms we had and after I said what happened, this person said: “so you did stuff was coming out from your both ends?” I was humiliated! He spoke to me as if I am an animal for the money I paid; for passing my family happiness to their hands on such important day! What if you’ve hoped and prayed for a better year in your life?
Guess what, this person from “the loss department..” let me feel as I am a criminal, was rude and constantly interrupting;
It is nasty, horrible and humiliating! I do not know what to say to my daughter who was in bed for two days, didn’t eat anything and was taking medications.
I hope my experience will help to other people be equipped in case some similar things happens to their families!