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By Anonymous / Monday 25 March 2013 21:53 / Netherlands - Drachten
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  Dracoboxer357  |  22

Nice to know I have more sense than Op's customer: I dropped and broke my iphone last week, but i didn't demand a free replacement. I simply went in and bought a nokia to replace it, accepting it was my own damn fault. :p Hoping this new phone is as tough as they claim...

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  brackaman  |  22

I dunno... If that lady is strong enough to break a Nokia, OP should probably give her the iPhone. There's no telling what she's capable of doing to him with that strength.

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  AKGirlinSD  |  22

1, it is a nasty profession to be in. I was a manager at two Cingular/AT&T stores. I had people coming in, throwing their phones at me. I'd duck and their phones would break against the wall. Luckily, the main store had the owners in the back, so they knew I wasn't being rude to the customers. I don't know what it is, cell phones and their customers can cause some serious rage. I'm glad OP is on the phone, instead of having to see them in person. It still sucks being yelled at for something OP didn't do wrong, on the daily.

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  Ponponpon_fml  |  14

Wow, I derped. Although the Nokia brick can bend the laws of time and space with sheer impenetrability, so maybe she could throw it down the phone and have it hit the other person.

By  eksyneet  |  41

people are crazy, that is a well known fact. if this happens every day, you should definitely take a more philosophical, zen-like approach to getting yelled at for ridiculous reasons :)

By  Lacist  |  26

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  AfroCircusMan  |  38

That sucks. Customers are not very easy to deal with, and they are wrong in most of the situations (like this one). I had to work with customers many times, so I know what I'm talking about. If I were you, I would find a less stressing job as soon as possible.

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  bamagrl410  |  12

Sometimes customers can be very... insistent... that they're right before checking all their facts. And there's no easy way to politely or subtly correct them. Ugh.

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