"For your convenience..." --- Something that is supposedly done to help you, but is patently not.Also:
For example: "For your convenience, all drinks at this bar are priced at £5"
"A replacement bus service is available"
Translation: "It's the weekend, the roads are rammed, and you thought you might like to travel by train. Think again sucker."
Or perhaps it's a portmanteau:
"For your convenience, a replacement bus service is available."
That's the bastard. And wait, there's another one:
"In order to improve customer service, we have found it necessary to..."