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Subject: Sounds like a customer vs salesman. If you want the business/recommendations you treat your customers right.


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Customer can take business somewhere else more polite.
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Date Posted: Tuesday, April 16, 12:31:23pm
In reply to: You need some perspecitve. 's message, "In otherwords, the DM is an experienced tradesman and knows how to do their work. They have spent years perfecting their craft, and a customer that thinks they know more than the DM is just a headache that no DM needs. Do you question your plumber? Tell your lawyer how to do their job? No, you hire a professional and let them do their job." on Tuesday, April 16, 11:11:31am


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Or dressmaker can refuse service- works both ways (NT)In fairnessTuesday, April 16, 12:56:06pm

Exactly, but treating them right doesn't mean bending over backwards and meeting every ridiculous demand. And it goes both ways. Sometimes it is better to let the customer go.... not all money is good money. (NT)been thereThursday, April 18, 09:18:09am


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