TRUSTPILOT have had to suspend customer reviews for Three UK after it was bombarded by angry Chelsea fans.
Roman Abramovich, who bought Chelsea in 2003, has had his assets frozen due to his close links to Russian president Vladimir Putin.
As Abramovich was handed severe sanctions by the UK government following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the telecommunications giant suspended its £120million shirt sponsorship deal with the West Londoners.
This promoted hundreds of mischievous Blues supporters to post negative comments on the popular consumer review website – in an attempt to scare off future customers.
One person fumed: “Awful company, they try to leave as soon as anything goes bad.”
Another moaned: “No loyalty whatsoever – definitely a brand to miss.”
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One reviewer called Mark said it was a “dreadful company with all the backbone of a jellyfish”.
David Jennings wrote: “Disloyal – I only signed up on a phone contract due to sponsorship of Chelsea FC. Disgusted.”
The Reading-based broadband provider was also labelled “snakes”, “spineless” and “like rats from a box” by anonymous posters.
As the rating of Three UK bombed spectacularly to “87 per cent bad”, the long-standing Danish website decided to halt any new reviews.
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Trustpilot said: “Three’s profile page on Trustpilot has been temporarily suspended following an increase in reviews related to recent media attention.
“Although we understand you want to voice your opinion about things in the news and issues trending on social media, Trustpilot is a place for feedback based on genuine buying and service experiences.
“The page will be reinstated in the near future, and any reviews that do not relate to a genuine experience will be removed.”
Elsewhere, a Blues fan was mocked on social media after a video of him smashing up his Three WiFi router in protest went viral.
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