Have you had a bizarre or frustrating red tape experience at the hands of a government department, local authority, large company or other monolithic organization?
Perhaps you have been patiently making your way up a telephone queueing system, only to have your call dropped unceremoniously after 20 minutes of lo-fidelity tape-loop, unnaturally perky announcements and the distinct impression that there is nobody actually in the building.
Or maybe you have been required to fill in a dozen pages of invasive paperwork, only to be told that it was "the wrong form". Sensing your difficulty with this pointless monomania, staff then treat you like a buffoon and issue you leaflets on how to fill in further leaflets.
Perhaps, like many people, you feel that not only is arcane administration getting in the way of things getting done, but that is actually its purpose?
Well, now it's time to speak out, and you can do it right here. http://www.socialscrutiny.org is looking for Britain's most frustrating and anally retentive companies, authorities and institutions and to do that, we're collecting your stories of bureaucratic meddling up and down the country.
To tell your story, escalate your customer service issue or lodge your formal complaints, visit http://www.socialscrutiny.org/redtape/index.php and, appropriately enough, fill out the mercifully short form.
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