Dealing with customer service agents over the phone or email is rarely the highlight of anyone’s day. Now imagine how much more unfortunate it would be if you were the person receiving those complaints, and you weren’t even hired by the company.
That’s what happened to Eric Mueller, a U.S. web designer, who started receiving emails from frustrated players of the Zynga Facebook game CoasterVille.
Mueller told Kotaku that despite never actually having played CoasterVille – or any Zynga game, for that matter – he’s been receiving emails because of an incorrect error message. On occasion, users would hit an Internal Server Error screen, and be told they should contact the server administrator, listing Mueller’s @themepark.com email address. Themepark.com is the domain he uses for his web design business.
So for months, Mueller’s been receiving these emails from disgruntled players. He tried contacting Zynga about the error, but when he didn’t receive a response, he decided to have fun withRead More »from Zynga accidentally makes random man customer support agent