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In the British Museum there's a tablet from 1750 B.C. that recounts customer service complaints. The translation is pretty great and recounts that a man named Nanni wrote a letter to Ea-nasir complaining "that the wrong grade of copper ore has been delivered after a gulf voyage and about misdirection and delay of a further delivery; slightly damaged."
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