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The book and site showcase customer-relations horror stories everyone can Retailers, restaurants, and tech support providers believe service is king, but in The Customer Is Not Always Right, A. Adams proves that customers will do anything they can to put that motto to the test.
The book and site showcase customer-relations horror stories everyone can relate to.
From groaning, to intense complaining, to situations that leave workers asking, "Are you serious?
," readers will enjoy these hilarious tales of customers gone wrong.
Retailers, restaurants, and tech support providers believe service is king, but in The Customer Is Not Always Right, A. Adams proves that customers will do anything they can to put that motto to the test.
Whether it's a confrontation in the drive-through over not enough fries or arguing over a one-cent price difference on milk, this book proves the principle of "the customer is always right" can be dead wrong.We can barely hear each other talk.”Flight attendant: “Well, the shaking is the turbulence that the plane is flying through, and the noise is coming from the engines.”Passenger #2: “Can’t you turn the engines off? I'm going to get the cops here to arrest you, you b*tch! I’ll be right back with the Dr Pepper.”CUSTOMER: “Thank you! )This book features a compilation of bad customer stories, all told in script form.”For more book reviews and exclusive author interviews, go to Book Banter. Guest: (screaming) If you don't tell me where she is, I'm going to call the cops on you!!! One hundred are from their website, and another hundred are brand new.[return][return]I won't waste time quoting or summarizing; just go to the website to see why this book is so extraordinary.One of my favorites is the one where a lady calls her cell phone company 20 times in 48 hours, each time claiming that her baby is lo The stories about stupid customers are very funny and entertaining. I laughed until I cried on a lot of these, and I sat The stupid.... I'm honestly glad to say I'm not the only one who dealt with the world's most daft individuals! It was after one particularly frustrating run-in with a customer that he decided to create Not Always Right.com, a Web site devoted to sharing funny and stupid customer quotes.The only "disadvantage" is that the website is just as good as the book, having multiple new stories a day and being searchable by category. My husband works full time as a cashier at a grocery store, and horror stories he's shared, honestly I'm so glad I work from home now for myself.