Watch out, Which! Ryanair's rapier wit is gonna get you!
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Ryanair. They're funny. They're like a small puppy that can never be house-trained, repeatedly shitting on the new carpet before dragging its arse up and down the kitchen lino, all the while pretending it's your fault for feeding them in the first place.
Last week, consumer champion Which! launched a super-complaint against the likes of Ryanair that charge and profit by extortionate fees for credit and debit card services. Ryanair's deputy head of petty playground squabbling, Stephen McNamara has fired back a statement at Which! with all the withering wit of a ten year-old:
“Before making ‘Super Duper Complaints’ the clueless clowns at ‘Which, Who or What’ magazine, should conduct some basic research. Ryanair does not levy any credit or debit card payment ‘surcharges’. Even our administration fee is avoidable by passengers who use our recommended MasterCard Prepaid.
Isn’t it bizarre that this useless and irrelevant ‘consumer magazine’ is again complaining about ‘low cost airlines’ while, yet again, ignoring British Airway’s unjustified, unfair and unavoidable fuel surcharges. Perhaps this is why 78m passengers this year will chose to fly Ryanair while less than 30m will fly on fuel surcharging BA, and less than one man and his dog will buy the useless and irrelevant ‘Which, Who or What’ magazine.
If it wasn’t for dentist waiting rooms or doctors’ surgeries it is doubtful whether anyone even reads the useless and frequently inaccurate ‘Which, Who or What’ magazine.”
We imagine the likes of Alistair Campbell could have provided a less clumsy example of spin while he was still in the womb.