When I worked at a deli,there was this guy who would come in EVERY day and make us give him at least 4 slices of different meats to test out "for saltiness" and he never bought anything! We'd have to stand there and attend to him the whole time. One day just before i gave my notice,I'd had enough of having to put up with his crap and asked him if this was the day he'd finally buy something because I had other paying customers who needed my help. AHH! Everyday for 3 years this guy was in the store!
Have any horror stories of crazy customers?
Answer by sillyt at 4:15 PM on Nov. 4, 2010
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Answer by Izsarejman at 4:02 PM on Nov. 4, 2010
I do understand you! I worked Customer Service at Albertsons for years. We had an old guy that used to come in with a 3 pound bag of oranges. He'd have 2 or 3 rotten in the bottom and ask for his bag to be replaced. We would (as was policy). Finally after about the 3rd time he did it. I asked him if they were all bad in the sack. He said no. I told him to go get 3 loose replacement oranges and threw away the bag. People will do their best to rip you off. Why? Don't they have any morals? Don't they realize that is dishonest?
Answer by Jambo4 at 3:51 PM on Nov. 4, 2010
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Answer by Memigen at 3:50 PM on Nov. 4, 2010
LMBO! I don't have customers, but my brother in law does. A woman once came into the supermarket and claimed a new pan from him. She had purchased some gravy and ruined her pan with it by throwing in the whole box and burned it all. The wrapping, dry powder, no water. Because the description said: " Pfannenfertig", which is German for "ready for the pan". He didn't fancy a fight about how stupid she was, or how she's renewing her household items. He handed her a new pan that was on sale and sent her home. -Some people....
Answer by BeachMom81 at 3:55 PM on Nov. 4, 2010
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Answer by Nanixh at 4:08 PM on Nov. 4, 2010