Wilber Winkle was called a "national treasure" by no less than TV's Larry King, and his book was dubbed the funniest in decades by American Bookseller. What does Mr. Winkle do? Without fear, he writes letters to the massive corporations responsible for popular consumer products, demanding satisfaction and complaining about even the most minor of flaws. And miraculously, the corporations answer.
A gift guaranteed to have listeners laughing out loud. Plus, a gentle but effective primer to customer service types and, for the most reluctant of readers, an easy audiobook to listen to and a superior way to learn how to write a business letter.
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Not as much humor as I had anticipated.
Have a complaint? Funny book of Complaints
Yes, since some of his complaints were out there. Who writes a letter to the weather channel? And not just one letter he keeps responding to them.
I've never heard any of his books before, but I have no complaints on his reading. I would have loved to have seen a visual of it. Some of the letters were funny and I don't know how he read them without laughing.
There were a few letters that cracked me up. What about my almonds on the candy bar? I never knew they were missing.
Wilbur writes letters on anything and everything that bugs him. Maybe if we sent him our complaints he could write them for us also.
This audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.