How often have you, whilst in the middle of some dispute or another, wished you could publicly shame and abuse your adversary until they bent to your will? Like, all the time, right? Well, the tactic of public humiliation seems to have worked for a soccer mom in Pasadena who was having trouble with her local Volvo dealer.
When Freya Svensson couldn’t get Volvo to accept responsibility for giving her a faulty transmission, she took to the Internets, creating a blog, taking to Facebook and Twitter, and creating a series of YouTube videos in which she dons a Viking helmet and sings about her experience:
Long story short: the attention Svensson received for her efforts seems to have worked. Now Svensson is offering helpful tips on how to receive better care for those with Volvos, and her story is serving as a good lesson for those without Volvos who feel they, too, are being screwed in some way.