Another Salute to Customer Service. All credit to I apologize for the alignment. I made a similar compilation a few months ago, s Customer Service
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Another Salute to Customer Service

All credit to
I apologize for the alignment. I made a similar compilation a few months ago, so I figured a second would be a good idea.
The last four are ones I made, based on my jobs as a cashier and busboy.
I have lots of jobs in my life, and most of the customers I interacted with were nice, but sometimes you get those individuals who make you crazy. So this compilation is dedicated to all those people who have shared that pain.

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#5 - halofiratwin (02/14/2014) [+] (7 replies)
As an employee of a grocery store, I can attest to ALL OF THESE.
User avatar #10 - dstone (02/14/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Work at used game retailer.

Phone rings and I answer

'How much would you guys buy _________ for?'
"We're not allowed to give quotes over the phone, due to the fact that we have to verify the condition of the game's disc and case in person before I can get you a solid number."

'....So you're not gonna tell me.'

"No sir, I am not."

'Well you know GameStop does.'

"I am aware."


"Goodbye sir."
User avatar #40 - sketchysketchist ONLINE (02/15/2014) [+] (11 replies)
Though I've never had a job in my life, I understand a lot of this **** is very infuriating, but a good amount is just you being a cunt who needs to get a job somewhere else.

People don't have to tip you **** , tips are optional and some people choose to tip larger than others. Stop demanding higher tips.

If people ask you a question, you don't have to answer. But that makes you an asshole. If I didn't work at your store but someone else asks me if I know where something is, I'm not going to bitch about it. I'll point them to where they need to go.

And a lot of this can be resolved by telling the customer they're not allowed to do something like buy 50 items in an express lane.

Now, can anyone point me in the direction of a meme that does this for customers point of view of customer service?
#46 to #40 - stonedhamster (02/15/2014) [-]
Must be nice living in a mansion. Do your heating bills get very high in the winter, or does all the ******** coming out of your mouth keep it warm?
#6 - theonionyrogue (02/14/2014) [+] (7 replies)
Boo ******* Hoo
#11 to #6 - lolollo (02/14/2014) [-]
You sound like the kind of guy who would hide behind the fact that a guy works for a store to be a dillhole to him.

You're precisely the reason I'm a dillhole to anyone I see acting like a dillhole to a customer service rep.
#53 - blokrokker (02/15/2014) [-]
"Nope! Allow me to bring you to our secret dog collar section in the employee lounge."

Keep going.
User avatar #34 - mulciber (02/15/2014) [+] (3 replies)
When some people think of the name Winn-Dixie, they think of a charming movie about a girl and a dog. When I hear the name, I cringe at the stupidity of humans as a whole.

I'm one of two closing Service Associates on a given night. My job includes watching the self checkout, using my manager code to override registers, and attempting to ease a customer's time in our store, officially.

Unofficially, my job is, along with that listed in the OP, listening to idiots say "It's waiting on you!" at 30dB, when the sign clearly says self checkout. You're the cashier. I'm the wrangler of this retard rodeo.

My job is also dealing with people who think a service desk is a full time check out lane, and people who complain when I say I cannot take them at this time. Then there's those people who complain about a $0.30 difference on their bill. It's 30 cents. What the hell are you going to do with it?
User avatar #35 to #34 - reginleif (02/15/2014) [-]
>who complain about a $0.30 difference on their bill. It's 30 cents. What the hell are you >going to do with it?

I see you met my mother.
User avatar #56 - mrbuu (02/15/2014) [-]
work at walmart in produce. They see me with banana's stocking a banana rack near the GENERAL MERCHANT DICE. ask me a question about some small insignificant object that has no real location like glitter would be arts and crafts. ***** there is over 1000 items in walmart how the **** does a produce worker know where that ******* thing is damn ****** .
User avatar #42 - fyaq (02/15/2014) [-]
>Works at walmart
>Everyone else is retarded

You sure about that?
User avatar #30 - marohawk (02/15/2014) [-]
I worked at a Wal-Mart before. I had a manager ask me what I like most about working at Wal-Mart. I looked him dead in the eyes and said "clocking out".
User avatar #3 - pwnagraphy (02/14/2014) [-]
Kids screaming, trying to jump over counter into back

Parents laugh "Kids will be kids, right?" and encourage them
User avatar #1 - charagrin (02/14/2014) [-]
The second one gets me. Every day I get some 90 year old cheapskate in with a Tracfone they bought at Wally World for 5 bucks less than we sell it for. Then they expect my 20$/hr crew to set up the phone for free that they bought elsewhere.

That's like expecting one dealership to work on a car bought elsewhere, for free.

The other one that pisses me off is people coming in to ask questions about a product, just to tell my guy after 30 minutes that they are gonna buy it online since it's cheaper at **************** .com. Good luck returning it, getting technical support, or returning it if it is faulty, assuming you get the correct item you ordered in the first place, jackass.
#77 - threetimesavirgin (02/15/2014) [-]
>Be today
>Be working P.O.S
>Can't open lockbox where we store big bills; 50s 100s etc
>Lady pays with 100
>wants a 50 dollar bill in change
>Tell her calmly I can't do that
>Offer to give her 50 dollars in change, just not a solid fifty dollar bill
>All hell breaks loose
>"I'm giving you a $100 and you can't give me $50??!?!?!"
>"No, ma'am. I don't have a key to lock--"
>"You're useless!"
>Continues to rage; line forming behind her
>Call manager, lady calms only to be made angrier when he tells her he can't open it for security reasons
>Screams at me, screams at manager
>Manager walks away and I hand over her change in 20s and 10s
>Stomps away without receipt vowing to never come here again
> ***********************
User avatar #24 - roflstorm (02/15/2014) [+] (5 replies)
I was doing volunteer work at a Sobey's about 4 months back and one of the last few people i helped said this;
"I was in the fruit and veggie section and i didn't see any bags of milk."
I almost said, "Gee, i wonder why" But instead said, "Double check. If it isnt there, check the chilled foods and beverages aisle 8 aisles down where you would normally find them."

It's about as close i can get to having one of the moments like in the content.
User avatar #27 to #25 - Brass (02/15/2014) [-]
Not to assume anything, but it sounds like you are from Canada. In the United States you can buy cigarettes in most supermarkets and in some states you can also buy hard liquor.
User avatar #16 - joeyliquid (02/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I can reasonably agree with some of these, but some simply sound like your over-reacting like **** and whining like a little bitch. I've worked in supermarket, before so I understand
#120 - fearbeardwilson (09/08/2014) [-]
Or better yet I had a customer order water and they didn't want ice in it because they didn't want to water down their water
User avatar #96 - VikiIsAwsum (02/15/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I work at dunkins that is inside of a stop and shop. I can relate to this ******** so well. for example.....

>we work off a s&s register. Have had it at this location since it opened about 15 years ago.
>cannot take DD gift card. Cannot take DD phone application offers. Have about eight signs up in really hard to avoid spots around register.
>People try to hand me their phones and DD cards every ******* day, multiple times a day.
>Often the same people will try it several times on different days.
>"I'm sorry but we can't take those. We work off-"
>"Since WHEN???"
>"we have never-"
>"I use my card here all the time!! You have to take it!"
>Sometimes ends with them swiping their card and register declining it. Sometimes it locks up to the point where I have to get a manager to fix it. This can take a while. I have literally no other way of opening the drawer or ringing customers.
>one customer keeps sending in complaints about me 'purposefully refusing her transaction' and 'being a smartass'
>store manager and I always chuckle over this
User avatar #104 to #100 - VikiIsAwsum (02/15/2014) [-]
not even kidding. Happened last week.
>Lady: "Can I get a large iced coffee with three sugars, three cream?
>Me: "Absolutely!"
>starts to make coffee
>Lady: "but make it light"
>Me: "sure!"
>Lady: "but don't add any extra cream"
>Me: "do you want some milk in it then?"
>Lady: "NO. I SAID three cream, three sugar, LIGHT!"
#85 - stankfinger (02/15/2014) [-]
I've worked in retail for two years now, and while I know some of these things seem like nothing to most people they do mean a lot after a while. It due to the fact of how often these things are bound to occur in a week. I got most of these actually just today in fact, and I only worked seven hours. I can say I'm a lot better position then most of people in my line of work, for example I work at the largest electronic store business in the Untied States of America. I can also state I make more than miniumal wage and I am full time. I work as a cashier and I love the job, I enjoy talking to people and making them happy. I can say that I've seen more people glad I was there than unhappy I even attempted and while I don't mind half or really any of these problems I will say I ******* hate a select view people out that continue still even exist and breath my precious air. I'm talking about the man that shat his pants and left a golden brown brick trail to the porcelain city of **** , or the man and woman who thought they could do the time warp back to when they were six years old and could scream their money back to them when they were over a year and a half out of a 15 day return policy. Also I cannot say this for most places but theft of any kind makes me rage harder than a whales giant erect member. If you come into my store know we are watching you, we are waiting for you to even dare steal from us, and we will break you down and have you arrested if you even dare leave with an item and no you cannot just ******* pay for it and go on your way, you are going to jail and I and the rest of the team will laugh at your sorry ass because you affect my paycheck every time you steal from my store. God knows I love us silly things called humans, but lord help me if I see you try to hurt my store.
#69 - nexdemise ONLINE (02/15/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Part 1:
I worked at CVS last summer. Had a bunch of really annoying customers and middle management which was retarded as **** as well (the very lowest level of corporate).

1) Most people know that stores like that generally have a club card kind of a thing. So does CVS - technically limit 1 card per person. In reality we had people who own 5, or 10, if not more of them. Since a lot of the promotions were limit 1 or 2 per customer we had those people do 10 different transactions - buy the sale items, use the coupon to buy something else and repeat for each card. Record holder held the register up for 35 minutes. A variation of this were people who took manufacturer coupons from the entire state and again since it was limit 1 coupon per person - did multiple transactions. We had some people use fake coupons (courtesy of 4chan) and I often accepted them since I didn't care and it couldn't be traced to me.

2) Whereas it is common knowledge people do not listen at all it gets really infuriating when you're doing two things at once and third and forth idiot demands your attention. My favorite idiot was the following:
Most CVS have some kind of a photo lab - ie. a corner that's used every time hell freezes over to print pictures. We printed pictures submitted via online only. We used to be able to print pictures from flash cards but that thing broke and no one really fixed it. We did not print from film since we did not have the chemical lab for it.
Anyways, day like always, there's a line and I'm working the register, roughly 3-4 people on the line. Enters the blonde bimbo dragging her kid along. Stands by the photo corner, I continue working the register (my rule was rather simple - first come first serve, only other person in the store was the manager who was in the backroom or basement). After few seconds realizing that no one is dashing to her rescue she yells "will someone come here, I want to develop film". (cont)
#32 - wisdomtooth (02/15/2014) [-]
Some of these may be true, but for most of them you're just being a judgmental asshole
Some of these may be true, but for most of them you're just being a judgmental asshole
#26 - stonedhamster (02/15/2014) [-]
every....... ******* ......... time.....
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