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A very Annoying Experience with Reliance Webworld, Forum Mall, Koramangala, Bangalore

Last weekend, I and my husband went to Reliance Webworld located at Forum Mall, Koramangala, to book a video conference for official purpose. When we went there and talked to a lady regarding that, she said we had to buy a 225 Rupees package for 9 hours Video Chat. I felt something weird in this and clarified her that we needed a Video Conference room for official communication and not any video chatting thing, to which she said that during morning hours, usually all these computers are free and you won't get any disturbance from anyone, etc.etc.

Even after repeatedly telling her that we need a "Video Conference" for the "Official reasons" she kept on talking the same thing. I even pointed her to Video Conference rooms and asked her about that, to which she didn't reply anything and was head on in forcing us to get tat Rs.225 package. We thought, may be this is procedure for that and agreed.

After paying for the package, she asked us what software would we use for Video chat – skype, gtalk etc. ? I was really annoyed and told her that there is no software as we were not going for any "VIDEO CHAT"  for God's sake, and this time she realized her mistake. Her face went blank and she went back to her manager to ask about this. She came back beaming that we need to get a Video Conference room booked for that and it charges INR 3000/- for half an hour which the company would pay. I asked her, why did you let us have this stupid package then, as I already have a webcam at my home and probably better internet connection for a video chat? She was at loss of words and when we asked her to cancel the package and give the money back; she said it can't be done.

This was more than enough to piss me off. It was really amazing how shamelessly these people fool customers to get their quota filled. There was no way we could cancel that package and there was no way we could transfer it to any other Reliance Service.

This was really pathetic and even the manager had his own attitude and kept on insisting that we had some miscommunication with his employees, which we knew was not the case at all. The lady whom we talked to simply vanished from the vicinity and despite telling them that we didn't want this package, but were forced to take it - the employees and managers there had no decent or satisfactory answer to the whole problem.

I am highly disappointed with this kind of service and dealings with Reliance webworld. At least they should tell all the options to the customers in the beginning and let them decide what they would want. The way the lady misguided us was very disgraceful about the brand and there was no way we could cancel the package and get the money back.

The contact numbers given on the web to contact them are never picked by anyone, so there is no way you can call these “webworld and netconnect” people for any change of bookings or other problems etc.

I warn every one of you reading this experience of mine, to please be aware of how Reliance networks and services work. They have hell lot of ad-hoc things which might make you pay unnecessarily. There services suck big time and I have no intention to get anywhere near to anything that says "Reliance" anymore now.

The Webworld I am talking here is:

Reliance Webworld,
Ground Floor, Forum Mall, Koramangala
Bangalore, Karnataka

Phone numbers according to internet (which no one picks ever or comes busy the other times): 

If you have any such similar bad experiences then please share with me in your comments below.

Pics of the day - Photographs by National Geographic

I received these amazing photopgraphs in a forwarded mail this morning and they were so refreshing and breath taking to look at that I couldn't stop myself from sharing them here with you guys. Just check them out yourself and enjoy:

Greece - Oia Santorini 

Brazil - Piraputanga fish in Sucuri river

Egypt - The Pyramids

Yemen - Al-Saleh Masque

Praying Mantis

USA - Thunderstorm in Montana

Hong Kong - A lightning bolt strikes the antenna of The Center building in Central


China - River Bank in Zhenyuan, Guizhou Province

Mountain fog

Herring Gull with Guillemot Chick

Little fly on a small white flower

Great Blue Heron with fish

Indonesia - Suradita Village, West Java - children playing with their roosters

Mount Everest climber

Warminster, England

China - Feeding Koi fish at Windows of the World, Shenzhen 

Bee - purple flower

Himalayas - Buddhist Monastery of Ki

Which one of these did you like the most?

The Mansory Vincero (One of One) - The World's Only tuned Bugatti Veyron

This is World’s first tuned Bugatti Veyron - The Mansory Vincero. Below are some of the specifications that I found on the internet:
  • 1109bhp,
  • New wheels
  • New exhaust
  • New Panels,
  • Restyled Front end and interiors
The whole customization process costed around additional €700000 on the whooping cost of the car. Check out some more photographs and a video below that I got in a forwarded email:

Here is the video:

Today's Gyan from Grandpa

A woman in a supermarket is following a grandfather and his badly behaved 3-year-old grandson. It's obvious to her that he has his hands full with the child screaming for sweets in the candy aisle, for biscuits in the bread aisle; and for fruit, cereal and pop in the other aisles. Meanwhile, Granddad is working his way around, saying in a controlled voice, "Easy, William, we won't be long . . . easy, boy."
Another outburst, and she hears the granddad calmly say, "It's okay, William, just a couple more minutes, and we'll be out of here. Hang in there, boy." At the checkout, the little terror is throwing items out of the cart, and Granddad says again in a controlled voice, "William, William, relax buddy, don't get upset. We'll be home in five minutes. Stay cool, William."
Very impressed, the woman goes outside where the grandfather is loading his groceries and the boy into the car. She said to the elderly gentleman, "It's none of my business, but you were amazing in there. I don't know how you did it. That whole time, you kept your composure, and no matter how loud and disruptive he got, you just calmly kept saying things would be okay.
William is very lucky to have you as his grandpa." "Thanks," said the grandfather, "but I'm William ...the little shit's name is Kevin."

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