dbrand, the company that produces protective skins for smartphones, isn’t making products for the new Nokia-branded phones. It’s nothing sort of an announcement though.
dbrand is known for roasting users on Twitter a là Chef Gordon Ramsey, regardless you being a patron or a potential customer of the brand. If you’re being sensitive, it’s always advisable not to tag dbrand on your tweets.
A Twitter user naively asked dbrand’s official Twitter page for future products customized for the new Nokia Android phones. Of course, now that the brand is starting to become relevant again. Instead of getting an honest answer, the page impolitely responds to the user by asking him to “check the dumpster behind your local Radio Shack.”
Check the dumpster behind your local Radio Shack. https://t.co/ssutLttKsJ
— dbrand (@dbrand) January 14, 2018
Some were triggered by dbrand’s reply, others are being cool with it’s usual savagery.
If a company doesn't fulfill costumer demanding that's not mean that they give him unrespectable tweet please respect consumer ? your brand name is in your hand.
— D PARMAR (@twittdparmar) January 14, 2018
There goes 10 million potential customers then given that the new Nokia Mobile (no longer Microsoft) sold 10 million+ phones in their first year (2017) then again who needs customers when you can sell boxes for $5.
— Arron Clarke (@MrFluckDuck) January 14, 2018
— Husnija Hafuric ? (@HusnijaHafuric) January 14, 2018
I thought of getting a case from dbrand, but now I'm going to leave that idea and instead unfollow them!
— S.AKASH. (@SIVAHAKASH) January 15, 2018
So much arrogance from a company that sells pieces of plastic lol dbrand you can't even get 1% of respect that Nokia has..
— Terence Dsouza (@TerenceDsouza8) January 15, 2018
— اياز عبدالقادر Ayaz Abdul Khader (@ayzzzo) January 14, 2018
And that's coming from a company that sells glorified stickers? lol.
— Paul (@paulglushak) January 15, 2018
This guy made my day!
Oh the same place I left my Dbrand ™ skin at. What a coincidence.
— Jordi.P (@JordiPutz) January 14, 2018
Man, your accuracy is making me cry!
The only thing I found over there were exploded Galaxy Note 7, bend iPhone 6+ and slowed down iPhone 6 devices…
— Stefan (@Stefan4843) January 15, 2018
What a joke, company with the highest number of patents in mobile world is called trash by a brand that produces pieces of plastic for phones.
— Oz (@OzgOzdil) January 15, 2018
Trying to relate Logan Paul with Nokias:
Didn't found them there. Found out ppl were throwing them through Logan Paul house's windows. pic.twitter.com/7t2fULVxq6
— ClatterHD (@ClatterHd) January 14, 2018
Giving back the favor:
i guess the d in dbrand stands for dumpster?
— Tommy (@felodur) January 15, 2018
We got some scoreboard!
Oooooo…… DBRAND-1 NOKIA-0
— Aby Mammen Varghese (@MammenAby) January 14, 2018
Hopefully, next time, this dbrand robot knows how to answer questions starting with “WHEN”.
I love dbrand and use their products but I don't like their attitude and grammar. He asked when, not where. #roasted
— Biraj Rai (@birajrai) January 15, 2018
Want to skin your NOKIA 6? Try Slickwraps.