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As must ke bar must !

As must ke bar must !

As must ke bar must !

As must ke bar must !

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There is NOT any customer’s right protection in Iran. Therefore many traders, technicians, companies treat customers based on lies and more lies !

These young people suppose to be as plumber worked for only 7.5 hours during 3 days and charged more than 360,000 Tomans ($400) for repairing a broken water pipe in one of my relative in Tehran. After few days the water was still running thru the walls. My relative called them for more than a month to visit her place and repair the water pipes. Each time they brought different excuses or empty promises and still there is damp every where.

Because there is not any law enforcement in protecting the poor customers, then almost every technician get advantage from the system and make a big hat for poor customers.
The proverb, “As must ke bar must!” means that we can not blame America or any other countries for our bad fortune! We should blame ourselves. 

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Published on 1/9/08

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