Celtic Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

From Everything.Sucks

The Celtic Football Club is a Scottish professional football club based in Glasgow, which plays in the Scottish Premiership. The club was founded in 1887 with the purpose of alleviating poverty in the immigrant Irish population in the East End of Glasgow. They played their first match in May 1888, a friendly match against Rangers which Celtic won 5–2.

Celtic F.c. as an employer has a terrible salary, management is unprofessional, employees are micromanaged, and has a stressful working environment according to an actual employee at glassdoor.com

"Pay is terrible. The manager is a bully. different people get treated differently and some don't pull their weight. Work is repetitive Can be boring and you always get abuse from supporters when tickets don't work etc. No progression. Rules get changed a lot and team leaders act as if they have something to prove so pull u up for tiniest things even get watched for how much I go to the toilet. Supposed to finish at 5 but never do."


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Harper says

"Returned these slippers, very hard and uncomfortable sole."

CustomerDiana Guest says

"Beautiful to look at - but I was not looking for an ornament ! The suede foot sole I thought would be better - but when "Cinderella tried the Slipper"- her foot went straight through and the Toscana top band was far too near the toes and it would be impossible to walk and keep them on - even if the band was tighter Great shame - just a poor design! I returned them for a full refund !"

Thomas says

"Unfortunately, Celtic will send you unsolicited marketing spam in the mail without seeking consent. I explicitly chose not to receive any marketing material during my purchase and checkout, yet months later I still receive spam in the mail. GDPR compliance failure? Probably. It is a complete waste of resources. How many tonnes of paper promotional material get lugged around in diesel delivery vans every year, unsolicited to people who then throw them away almost immediately? We're in the 21st century FFS."

Ruth Sentance says

"I bought a pair of cashmere Fair Isle socks. I could smell washing powder on the pair that arrived, they were slightly bobbled and they were ‘tight’, plus there was no label. I phoned and Customer Services offered a replacement immediately. The new pair arrived the next day, had a label attached and had not suffered being shrunk to child size. The fast response from Customer Services could not be faulted but what on earth were Celtic doing sending out a used pair? They should have been shredded or given away. On this occasion there can have been zero effort from quality control as these had obviously been worn and washed. This is not the first time I have been disappointed. I was sent two different coloured sheepskin boots on a sample sale order I placed. What was I offered? 15% reduction on full priced pair! Celtic and Co should have better quality control in place. I felt pressured by an email during the early pandemic period to return the used socks, even though I sent photographs, and was originally told that they could be returned at any time. As I had to travel to reach a post office, Celtic and Co have not left me with a warm, fluffy feeling."