Customer Interactions

When does it go to far?

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Customer Interactions

Posted 28 September 2010 - 07:07 PM

Today, a repeat customer brought in one of her machines. It's getting beep codes at POST, most likely has a dead component. Anyhow, now I'm getting off track a bit. She brought this machine in, it's one of four. She uses four machines to go online to play Everquest. She plays multiple players (I think she said up to seven?) on Everquest, over these four machines. Where the story gets interesting is that I've never even heard of Everquest.

:\ Yeah yeah... shut up.

So she suggested that after I get her machine fixed, I boot it up & check it out. Really? Play games on a customers machine? Frrl?! Seemed like an odd request.

What sort of odd requests have you gotten from a customer or client? Have you ever had something go too far that it put you out of your comfort zone?

& lets keep this to customers & clients. I'm not really interested in how the old man told you about your magnificent hind-end & bragged about his ability to keep secrets. We'll leave co-worker stories for another thread.

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 07:19 PM

My mom made me clean her toilet. Does that count?
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Posted 28 September 2010 - 07:23 PM

If money exchanged hands... I suppose so.
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