You might remember my 3 prior threads on how

Here's the 4th installment.
@tomkeinan @jonsey_lisa @jwmooc @tchanpoker @bryanthediamond @EconomicManBlog

Welcome to Greta's 4th edition of #Tesla customers getting used and abused. Because that's the Elon Musk way.
@coffeebreakls @KocgibiHarun @omaragha @JayGhahari
"The best service is no service." - Elon Musk a.k.a. #SpaceKaren
@briansaziz @FarSha998899 @thinktankfour @Billoday1
#Tesla $TSLA $TSLAQ 3/22
These #Tesla customers represent just the very tip of the iceberg. They are ones who have Twitter, have decided to complain about their #TeslaServiceIssues publicly, and were found by yours truly.
@yanismydj @hajelatweets @AlanHeldman @francislongo5 $TSLA $TSLAQ 4/22
Dear #Tesla customers: In California, if your vehicle has been out of service for >30 days total, it's a lemon. You can get punitive damages and attorney's fees. Don't sit around and take Elon's abuse. @13arm13arm @cecimar12 @richardson_skip @shootinglee $TSLA $TSLAQ 5/22
Is this "FUD"? I didn't make any of these customers complain. #Tesla and #SpaceKaren did.
@scorpionstriker @nd3423 @rammler31 @twit0007 $TSLA $TSLAQ 6/22
"1 year later, still being fobbed off."

"The worst thing is, I adore #Tesla, in love with the brand, the cars, everything about the mission... I've even referred 21 people in the past year."

I feel bad for the other customers in this thread. Except this guy.
Dr. Earl Banning, Kristen Yamamoto, Kim Paquette, Bonnie Norman, Omar Qazi, Vivien Hantusch, Chao Zhou, Alex Voigt, Sean Mitchell, Sofiaan Fraval, Ben Sullins, Gali Russell & Ross Gerber.

None of these #Tesla cultists will help these customers. #SpaceKaren $TSLA $TSLAQ 8/22
Still waiting for "reporters" Simon Alvarez, Fred Lambert, Johnna Crider, Vincent Yu, Maria Merano, Evelyn Arevalo, Eva Fox, Matt Pressman, Tom Randall and Tim Higgins to write a story on #TeslaServiceIssues.

Nah. Let's write about a tunnel rendering instead. $TSLA $TSLAQ 9/22
"I am having a problem with #Tesla not paying off my trade in of my Tesla Model 3. Today is the cutoff date for the payoff otherwise the interest will accrue further."
@tamterror @shaohuayahoo @akshu_says @genyosai
$TSLA $TSLAQ 10/22
Hey Sawyer Merritt, Jessica Meckmann, Tilman Winkler, Sean Mitchell, Eli Burton, Warren Redlich, Mayur Thaker,
David Tayar & Gary Black, when you stock pumpers get a chance, maybe you can help real #Tesla customers?
@jamielbridgers @Cars_are_fun @brandstefan
$TSLA $TSLAQ 11/22
Here's something interesting, maybe Fred Lambert will get right on it: #TESLA IS STILL SCREWING PAYING CUSTOMERS OVER FAILING MCUs
$TSLA $TSLAQ 12/22
🚨 "As I approach my 4th year in my #Tesla, I contemplate what is more useless... the ever-malfunctioning $80K whoopee cushion on wheels they named the Model X or the miserable customer service. Other than that I love it." @djedmcdonald @sshenoy76 @walkingdisabled @mlap1 13/22
Oh boy, we are a long ways away from being done. Just imagine how many other #Tesla customers there are screaming into the void. @darrensc0tt @jeffbodeau @bholdmph @mmichaels $TSLA $TSLAQ 14/22
Hey @ValueAnalyst1, you've got a big bullhorn, do these #TeslaServiceIssues concern you even a little? Or are you back to stonk price bro?
@will_walsh @michael60702066 @jonskatz @BrunoFracassa $TSLA $TSLAQ #Tesla 15/22
More and more and more customers are getting completely fed up. Thankfully, customers also have the Niro, Ioniq, Taycan, I-PACE, Leaf, ID.3/4, Mach-E, and many Chinese EVs to choose from.
@dadsoutrunning @JackSonmez77 @IrvRodriguez_ @ChrisHubert80 $TSLA $TSLAQ 16/22
Go ahead, #Tesla cultists. Accuse these customers of "spreading FUD". I dare you.
@plugincarguy @dallals @bkane720 @codingmark
#Hypocrites #TeslaServiceIssues $TSLA $TSLAQ 17/22
Look at the timestamps on each of these #Tesla customers' tweets. These are all new, all recent since my last thread. This is not "FUD". This is an ongoing, worsening, and irredeemable crisis.
@jeuno @raffaeru @sasikanaparthy @mbentz99 $TSLA $TSLAQ 18/22
Remember how Omar Qazi tried to take down this account? Or how #SpaceKaren's trolls engaged in a concerted effort to suspend this account? The truth is right here, and they don't want it to get out. @lisastockwell @mcrown33 @TechPreacher @WeberMarty $TSLA $TSLAQ 19/22
"Tesla Service is ridiculous. Only care about Q4 delivery and stock price." Well said, @niravp44
@neveratrueword @go_go_electric @drmarkevin $TSLA $TSLAQ 20/22
Tent made garbage. Trash quality service. That's the #Tesla way. #TeslaServiceIssues
@MrNYC @davidcwg @bmwm32008 @aamorosojr6 $TSLA $TSLAQ 21/22
Not even #Tesla tequila customers have been spared from the harm. Hey @PwC, what's the tally for how much Elon's going to make from ignoring these customers?

I will never stop. Because Elon never stops screwing people over.
#SpaceKaren $TSLA $TSLAQ 22/22

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It's all in French, but if you're up for it you can read:
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I've read it so you needn't!

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