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wireless wave idiocy
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(11-08-2015, 05:08 AM)BlackJack Wrote: You're in for a treat - that happens to be my hobby - demonstrating to them how ignorant they are.

I can verify what BJ says is true. I witnessed it!

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(13-08-2015, 03:35 PM)Brad Wrote: I can verify what BJ says is true. I witnessed it!

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I know I can't beat him in post counts, but perhaps there's a competition in this :-)
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I don't know if there is anything to boast about here. It's like shooting fish in a barrel. The salespeople don't stand a chance. :D

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That's the best part - they can't go anywhere it's their job hee hee heeee
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LOL!!! I would love to be with you when you run up against an misinformed salesperson.

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Run into misinformed sales reps often. Easy to do at a Verizon store. Oh, AT&T also.
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The biggest issue, is to many of these people, it is just a job. They trade their time and some effort for money and that is all. They do not take pride in the fact that they are privileged to have the job or feel honoured that many people trust their opinions. I find this everywhere I go in almost every sector of retail. When I worked as an Electronics Sales Associate, I made damn sure that I knew what I was selling to the customers (even going so far as to buy, test, and return a few products) so that I could advise them properly. If my current knowledge did not suffice, I went online on my phone (even though we were not supposed to have them on us, I argued that I needed it for the work I do; I won), and got the information the customer needed to make an informed decision.
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(24-08-2015, 02:17 AM)Soul_Est Wrote: The biggest issue, is to many of these people, it is just a job. They trade their time and some effort for money and that is all. They do not take pride in the fact that they are privileged to have the job or feel honoured that many people trust their opinions. I find this everywhere I go in almost every sector of retail. When I worked as an Electronics Sales Associate, I made damn sure that I knew what I was selling to the customers (even going so far as to buy, test, and return a few products) so that I could advise them properly. If my current knowledge did not suffice, I went online on my phone (even though we were not supposed to have them on us, I argued that I needed it for the work I do; I won), and got the information the customer needed to make an informed decision.

People like you are far too rare in retail.
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(24-08-2015, 06:19 AM)Canuckvoip Wrote: People like you are far too rare in retail.

It also say something about the kind of environment the retail industry foster. It's responsible some of the attitudes.
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To be on track, when I was complaining about sales reps, it's 99% US phone carriers.
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