Samsung Took out a Full-Page Newspaper Ad to Apologize for Note7 Controversy

“We will listen to you, learn from this and act in a way that allows us to earn back your trust.”

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Samsung really, really wants to right the wrongs of the recent controversy surrounding exploding Galaxy Note7 devices. Continuing their ongoing damage control campaign, the popular electronics company has published a series of full-page print ads in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post. The company is pushing a straight-to-the-point, direct message in their new round of apologies, opting to put together a straightforward apology letter to address concerns and delivers promises for future. “We will listen to you, learn from this and act in a way that allows us to earn back your trust,” reads the statement by Samsung President and CEO, Gregory Lee. Read the entire apology in full below. As we reported last month, Samsung’s recent “disaster” will cost them billions.

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