Today I received a Thank you parcel from FP containing a girl shirt in size M and three “post cards”.
I have no use for the shirt, so this goes directly into the trash bin. One card contains a reminder with the 349EUR discount which would be somewhat helpful for giving it to someone looking for a new phone. Card number two is the same thank you I already received by mail, also going directly into the trash bin and the third card is a request for input for the new 5 year plan.
Why didn’t FP just send out this last card? Everything else is - in my case - producing trash that was manufactured, shipped and directly binned (or for the shirt given to the Red Cross).
From a company that is so into fair and green production I would have expected some more thinking on how such resources could be put to better use.