Zimbabwe’s biggest retail promotion, the OK Grand Challenge Jackpot Promotion, returns this year after a year – long hiatus and most activities will be conducted virtually following the outbreak of the deadly Covid 19.The promotion comes back bigger with better customer experience and rewards, says chief executive Maxen Karombo.
For this year’s Grand Challenge Promotion, participating customers who purchase $1000 (Zimbabwe Dollars) worth of products at any OK Zimbabwe outlet across the country, stood to win the grand prize of one Toyota 4×4 double cab vehicle. According to the retail chain, this year’s OK Grand Challenge Promotion had a total of 33 supplier sponsored cash prizes valued at $1,5 million.
This year it program was held online and winners we being called in.
When the time come for the grand prize of Toyota 4×4 double cab vehicle, the Female presenter call the winners but her Mainers where a little bit off. The normal protocols when calling a stranger is that you introduce yourself and propose of the call.
Below is the video and you can judge for yours
WATCH: OK WINNER CUTS LIVE CALL 😂
Whose telephone manners were wrong here between caller and receiver? pic.twitter.com/duukjehKlk
— Larry Moyo (@larry_moyo) June 6, 2021
Below are some of the comment from the twitter:
Telephone manner from the Call are sooo wrong … if you call me on a cellphone I expect you to already know me , now if you call and say who am I talking to that’s absurd,I would simply ask you kuti Iwe wanga uchida kutaura nani
— samuel rakabopa (@samnat90) June 6, 2021
Did they manage to get hold of her. The caller should have introduced herself and stated her business! "Hello I'm so and so from the OK Grand Challenge, yo have won yourself a Car!" My opinion 🤔
— Masiyiwa (@mlnyambabvu) June 6, 2021
Caller's. How wld she start the conversation by asking who was at the other end of the line? 🤷♂️ She was supposed to 1st identify herself, advise why she had called and then ask who she had called. It puts off receiving a call and the caller ask you who you are-on my mobile 4n🤷♂️🤷♂️
— RTG (@RatielGonese) June 6, 2021
Very unprofessional from that lady!
Nonsensical if I may describe her actions in the most moderate way… such an embarrassment to her employers.
What phone etiquette is that? 🤷🏾♂️
— Black&Proud (@Realstylz) June 6, 2021
Caller is wrong, she could have introduced herself first
— Samuel Magwegwe. PR Consultant🇿🇼 (@MagwegweSamuel) June 6, 2021
I saw this live 😂😂😂tsika yekudaira unknown number neka rough siyanai nayo mukadzi akatanga kudaira anga achatoshaisa winner chaiye mota zve😂😂😂
— Dominic pkay (@PkayDominic) June 6, 2021