Boost mobile is a terrible company. They are the worst company concerning customer service. Even worse than comcast. The reason you don't hear anything about it is because most (at least in my experience) of the people buying boost mobile phones. Especially the cheap $100 ones, barely know how to use a smart phone to begin with.
Most computer repair shops, who do virus removal charge an outlandish price for something you can do at home with free software. Its also typically that same software that they use to do the virus removal in the first place.
>>683290565 Same for me. Most people who come to me with computer or cell phone repairs don't know what they're talking about anyway. if they just knew that the less they talked the less i'm likely to charge them.
>>683290596 I work for a company like geek squad. This is true, the little bit software we use that isn't free is torrented and cracked, and we charge an arm and a leg for something that you likely could have just googled yourself. Most people are too timid/scared of fucking something up to do anything themselves. Did a new PC setup for Windows 10 yesterday, dude payed $200+ for me to put his shit on his old PC on a flash drive, watch his new PC turn on and enter his name, then transfer the shit back and install free antivirus. But whatever, if they're that scared and willing to pay that much, you bet your ass I'll take it.
>>683290596 That goes for a lot of stuff. With DIY you are trading time for money. If you have the time but a poor nigger, it makes sense to spend the time to learn how to shit yourself. You can fix a lot of shit on your own, but it takes time.
>>683292443 The thing with the tech industry and this is that we all charge large sums of money. I charge $80 just to look at someone's piece of shit. Now I do put that towards the repair if they decide to get it fixed. But there is no refund if they choose not to.
>>683289514 I work for Comcast's "promotions" department. Our job is to lock you into a 2 year contract. If you try to cancel the company policy is to give you the run around bouncing you around from person to person until you give up or ideally sign a new contract.
If you want free stuff from a builder's merchant, like an extra free screwdriver set or something relatively cheap (like £5-10):
>place an order which includes a screwdriver set (so stuff that you need anyway, but include the screwdriver set in the order) >when it arrives, ring their call centre and say the screwdriver set was missing
Chances are, they'll just send out another free set to you. It requires WAY too much effort for them to check to see if the set was included, as the warehouse automatically picks orders (it's all automised) and is far quicker to just take your word for it and post out a replacement set.
>>683293158 Thanks. What is even better is the people who are only leasing their phone from their cell carrier. Because it HAS to come back to the carrier in working order. So they have to come see me if they want to get another phone. Same with phones under contract. If they want their phone to keep working within the two years before their upgrade, then their options are me and insurance. And what's sad is that I'm the cheaper option. Especially when you factor in what people pay for insurance every month in addition to their deductible.
My bank blocks any transactions from outside the country full stop, unless I specifically tell my bank I will be in that country between those dates.
I know it sounds Big Brotherish, but my bank would know from my transactions where I am anyway. And 3 times they've saved my ass now. 3 times I've gone to the USA, someone has managed to clone my bank card and tried to carry on using it after I left.
I used to work for a take and bake pizza company. There was this guy I worked with who did not give a fuck about anything. This one time this annoying black bitched called in an order to be picked up and she was screaming at him through the phone. Before she came in to get her pizza he had performed the Mexican Hat dance on her pizza dough before putting the tomato sauce on it. To put it into perspective we have a ton of nasty shit on the floor behind the line we make pizzas on. All of those nasty grimy meat bits and stale old cheese were mashed into that dough. When he went down the line to make the pizza he put all the meat condiments in his mouth and spit them back out on the pizza. When she came in she was just as annoying as on the phone. Guy did not feel one ounce of remorse about it and I don't really blame him. Don't fuck with people that handle your food, especially if you can't see them making it.
>>683292796 dude don't get overboard with your imagination. I mean I won't believe ppl pay you 100 dollars just so you look at their shit and say "hmm yea it's broken" because since they came to you they know it's broken you fucking liar. It's like coming to car mechanic with broken engine and him saying "your engine's busted" and then charge you 100 I lold
>>683293252 No idea they dont produce them at my 3m. We work with big electronic splices for power lines and wind generators that could kill someone if they malfunctioned. Yet we send the shit out the door anyways.
>>683294076 I used to work for Geek Squad, I can't tell you how many people would pay $50 diagnostic for me to tell them their shits broke. Most of the time it's something anyone with some common sense would know just looking at it.
>>683294076 Not going overboard. You're over simplifying it. I don't just give it back to them saying, yep its broken. I do have to figure out what is broken, and what it is going to cost to replace or fix it. For phone I charge $50. And most of the time I can tell them what's wrong with their device without having to take it apart. But anytime I have to open it up there is an upfront cost to them.
>>683290596 I used to work at Office Max and I can confirm. We would pass out all of these "Free PC tune up cards" to customers.
A lot of our clientele were older and more computer illiterate people who would get grabbed by the line "when was the last time you had your PC tuned up?" Obviously the answer is never because who the fuck does that.
They would call, set up an appointment and bring their computer in. We'd run our in house "diagnostic software" which did nothing but scan to see if you had any Office Depot software in it. The less software of ours you had the more "urgent" your PC was in need for a tune up.
Most of the time you end up installing a $70-$150 virus removal and PC clean up package which basically installed some shitty Office Depot anti virus and defragged your computer and cleared your cookies.
The best part is it would give an alert after 90 days telling them their software had expired and they needed to renew which was another $70-$150 depending on what package you got.
That place was a fucking hell hole of incompetencies and exploitation. Never work there ever.
Worst thing that ever happened while working there was some guy brought in his computer for one of those tune ups over a holiday weekend. We had a huge overflow of those tune up PCs and we couldn't finish them all so the ones we couldn't get to we stored in the back lock up room and put a note on them letting whoever came in next know that they needed to be worked on still.
For whatever reason, one of the managers came in, disregarded the note (didn't read it or what, I'm still not sure) and threw the computer into the trash compactor and destroyed it.
Iuse to repair PC/cpu etc on the side for friends family.... what ive learned. Back up data, dont download torrent games that are very popular... for I.E: sims , cods , need for speeds... they always have malware and a good chunk have backdoors included.(rat). Create a restore point if us windows os
>>683294701 Yeah. But at the same time it can be a nightmare. Because of the ignorance people have for their devices they don't understand that when I replace an LCD on their lapto, that doesn't have anything to do with their software. They just think, "Oh hey, I paid this guy to fix this, and now its fucked."
Mechanic, Jiffy Lube > 5 times out of 10 we give you the shitty dollar store oil even though you pay $80 for the premium synthetic. >6 times out of 10 we wont even change your oil > Will tell you your car needs all these major repairs when in fact it is just fine $$$. >Purposely take our sweet ass time to "change" your oil so that you shell out for the labor cost.
Our Manager at Ross & Corporate want 2 different things. Corporate wants me to stay and greet people at the door, while my manager wants me to look around the store for theft. We SPS have a specific route around the store where we will and won't be on cameras. Fuckin Ross lol
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you’re referring to as Linux, is in fact, GNU/Linux, or as I’ve recently taken to calling it, GNU plus Linux. Linux is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning GNU system made useful by the GNU corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX. Many computer users run a modified version of the GNU system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is often called “Linux”, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the GNU system, developed by the GNU Project. There really is a Linux, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use. Linux is the kernel: the program in the system that allocates the machine’s resources to the other programs that you run. The kernel is an essential part of an operating system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete operating system. Linux is normally used in combination with the GNU operating system: the whole system is basically GNU with Linux added, or GNU/Linux. All the so-called “Linux” distributions are really distributions of GNU/Linux.
>>683293355 i actually have comcast, when i see salespeople at the mall and shit it always goes like this: >hello sir do you have comcast? >yes >oh well how do you like your service? >i dont think there is a worse company i could get internet from. the Internets speeds are sub par for what im paying and all you do its assure me there is nothing wrong when clearly there is and the customer service is complete shit. >oh im...im...im sorry to hear hat sir, can i try and help??/ maybe you coul... >fuck off m8
>>683295083 As a guy who owns and operates an independent tire tire dealership and automotive service shop that prides itself on being honest and priced fairly, I can't thank you enough for your willful negligence. because of your shitty reputation for taking the absolute worst care of people's vehicles, my business is booming.
Worked on several projects with NASA/JPL. While the stereotype regarding their employees is true (they're pretty much all top of their field, never come across a dud), there's oh so much fudging, tweaking and guessing going around. Sure, that's true for most sciences, I guess most people don't quite expect even the best brains to go
> just pick this number, lol idk why, but it seems to work
They still put rovers on another planet, so that kind of stuff might be overrated anyway.
Everyone is so lazy, most of the time our equipment doesn't work, we never check the cleaners or caterers for shit they might bring on the aircraft, and even when our equipment works we dont check what set the alarm off anyway.
When the planes are searched it's done in haste because we dont want to be there, and the plane is too fucking hot to deal with, so we skip 50% of what we're supposed to search.
I use a SIDA door to enter the airport, so I can bring whatever the fuck I want into the aircraft, anytime I wanted to, and so can anyone else.
>>683289514 Work with software engineering in a big brazilian company. Me and a colleague put a backdoor on our main software (over 500 users on same company license). Still deciding if we sell it on the black market. Still deciding if we sell
>>683295083 I worked as a lube tech at Jiffy Lube for a while (because Jiffy Lube doesn't have mechanics) and it sounds like either you worked at a Jiffy Lube full of assholes who don't follow the rules or you've never worked there. One of the main things that was forcefed to us every time the district manager was around was that we should go as fast as possible for everything (15 minutes or less in the bay) because some assholes in Seattle could do it in 8 minutes. Secondly, it's almost impossible for you to leave Jiffy Lube without new oil. Literally the first two things that happen is "check" all the stuff under the hood and drain the oil. As far as the repairs bit that really depends on how much your people want to stick their nose in the car owner's business, every coworker I had just wanted to get cars out of the place to the point that we would ignore minor problems rather than have to fix them.
>>683289514 I work for a major car care company. If there is a repairable tire on your car, we will puncture the tire on the sidewall so the customer has to buy a $140 tire instead of a $25 patch service
>>683293029 Did I ever say I wasn't thankful? I'm stoked I'm able to have a job like this. Not unlike how a burger flipper can be disgusted by the people who they make food for, but still appreciate them as a customer.>>683293029
>>683289514 I just quit Wal-mart on my 9th day there. Was getting fair at running the register. Some mexican ran her mouth at me because I misunderstood her so I just said peace out to her and left. I'm in tears. I lived in my car for 2 years after being fired from PF Changs. Was a heroin addict and got on methadone a year after getting fired from PF. Doing well now as far as that, although I still have my terrible confidence problem which ended up being what made me quit. After 2 cold Denver Colorado winters alone in my car and a year sober, I finally got the courage and motivation to attempt to work again. I know I do better and try much harder than any other employee there on their first week, even though simple shit is clearly harder for me. I walked out 45 minutes ago and just got back to my night parking spot to rest. I want things to be ok. Didn't know where to post this, and just needed to post it and get it out since I have no friends or family to talk it over with. Not expecting anyone to read any of this, just needed to type it out. I wish it was ok. I hope I wake up soon, this dream sucks yo.
>>683289514 Discover will turn your accounts over to a law office pretty much immediately after being charged off, which is about 4 months of account delinquency, as opposed to normal banks who generally just turn it over to a 3rd party collection agency who will harass you but not sue you. So if you're in debt make sure you at least stay current with your Discover card.
>>683296235 Like hell you can't. Over priced garbage in an aluminum casing is what it is. Certainly they're tougher than your average piece of shit you pay $500 for. But they're no tougher than a good windows laptop in an aluminum frame.
>>683292796 This. I work for a blue chip tech consultancy. The markup we put on someone doing literally nothing is inane. You're literally just paying thousands, if not more, for the time of a person who knows less about a system than you do.
>>683296518 Not the guy you replied to, but the other IT guy in the thread. We use things like malware bytes. Pretty much anything you have access to. If we need something better it gets torrented and cracked instead of paying for it.
I'm a hotel receptionist in Italy, alongside the Vatican Walls. When I get young beautiful girls ID's and passports I immediately start stalking them on any social media. I know everything about you. Thinking about putting some cameras in the room, sooner or later.
>>683296938 i meant the software is fool proof though the old macbooks were tough as nails. you know, the clunky ones, before jobs was obsessed with the "air" line dropped a 12 inch 2010 black macbook down a flight of stairs one drunken night. not even a dead pixel.
>>683289514 I work at Starbucks, and if there's a line, chances are I probably don't give a fuck what type of milk you ordered (Cept soy, we don't want people to die) Everything food-wise is frozen, reheated in a giant EZ Bake oven That's my 2 cents
>>683296407 I've never worked cash register in any tampa bay area business but I would guess one has to be fluent in Spanish to even be considered. Customers who speak it seem to take longer to check out on average than those who don't too...and the chattering just doesn't stop. Sometimes I envy that they can talk interrupted so long without taking a breath.
>>683296664 Or get sued. Which still, it would be a hell of a way to go out. Being a LLC my personal finances can't be taken because of something my company does. Now if they could prove it was actually me, and not an employee (which I only have 3 of) then that might be a different story.
>>683296407 If you have a confidence problem, I suggest getting a job with no customer service involved. Cleaning is a decent job, I mean hey you do need to scrub a toilet from time to time but you don't need to deal with people. And cleaners are always needed. Just clean well and you'll get paid. But never go clean a bar, those are the absolute worst, try to get an office or school gig. That way you can save up money and think about your choises, different career, more studying, better housing, etc. I hope you'll get better.
>>683293863 There is nothing cool about fucking with someones food. If youre too much of a bitch to handled customers then fucking gtfo amd find another job. Also 7 years at one of the top five highest grossing wing restaurants accross America reporting in
>>683295083 Yeah no, even if you were on the west coast corporate would still come down and fuck you up the ass for that. Plus a Signature service oil change doesn't have labor cost.
I was an AGM at a Shitty Lube, and the only good thing I got out of that place was my A5. If you have to get your oil changed at one of these shit holes, tell them not to touch your air filter, your cabin air filter, and don't add anything other then oil. Some stores will rip filters or have a dirty one to try and sell you a new one. Your coolant is hardly ever low, if it is you already know about it. Transmission fluid service (T-Tech) is a fucking scam, your flushing all that shitty sludge back into the tranny. Dealership shops are actually twice as bad as most quicklubes. Find a legit mechanic with his own garage, don't use corporate garages.
>>683289514 I work at a legal firm while I am getting my law degree. For part of my job is calculating the expenses and additional costs for stuff like travel. Most of the time I just pick random numbers or pick the most expensive journeys that are believable then charge the client × Amount on top of their legal fees.
worked as street recruiter for a very large ngo. realized early I would not be able to meet the requirements to renew my contract. spent every day fucking off to a coffee shop from 9-5 while making decent money
>>683296136 ive tried with them before, in the past year ive has someone come out to my house to check the wiring like 25+ times and been through about (not exaggerating) 46 routers. still shit teir internet, as a matter of fact my internet has skipped out twice just replying to you
>>683293156 That's not much different with DirecTV. Worked as a contractor with them for a while as one of those annoying guys working out of walmarts, Costcos, and Sam's Clubs. We were literally taught to hit you with so much information at such a fast rate in order to overload your thought process. Our office taught use all kinds seedy tips to mindfuck stupid customers. DirecTV just wants to hook you in with promo deals, and hope your too dumb to not realize how much the price rises after the promo. You're better off calling your current service and telling them your thinking of switching, and making retention scramble into getting a new promo deal.
When I get home, I'll take pictures of my old sales handbook.
I used to work at a pharmacy. The retail markup for most meds is on the order to 500% to 10000%. Almost everything that comes as generic was super cheap, like $20 per 1000 tabs. 30 tabs of hydrocodone (generic Vicodin) cost us less than a dollar. we'd turn around and charge the customer $20 for the same thing.
>>683297837 Yes. Same thing when i worked at family dollar. Just because those inbred hillbillies are smarter than you and figured out how to triple their income using the government doesnt mean you need to fuck with their shit.
I can say this about my computer and cell business. Its rare that we go through your personal files. Unless you are just the most gorgeous woman on the planet, and in that case, we will quickly look to see if there are nudes.
>be me >be working at a tech company >not tech support >phone rings >customer who kept dialing extensions until he got a human on the line demands support >i see all support lines are tied up >politely tell customer everyone is on another line and i'd need to put him on hold >customer explodes on me and demands to talk to a manager immediately >politely say "yes sir, one moment please" >put them on hold >go to lunch >return an hour later; "hold" light no longer lit >no regrets
My sis cleans a bank and a factory and a kid's nursery. It's actually not a bad gig you are really your own boss and get left alone. If you're cleaning offices out of hours a lot of the time you can choose your hours too. As long as the work gets done and the place gets cleaned everyday noone gives a fuck what time you start.
It's good scope for starting your own one man business too, minimal overheads, all you need is transport and some mops/brushes/cleaning products and shit like that.
Think about it OP. I hope things get better for you.
Remember life is a wheel. Sometimes you're up in the air, sometimes you're down in the shit and dirt. But the wheel always turns.
>>683290527 I used to work at 5 guys. There's really no secrets. Everything is clean and the meat is never frozen so they only order what they'll use and it stays fresh. They'll grill anything you want though. I always have them grill onions, green peppers and jalapenos in hot sauce
>>683289514 use to work at a grocery store >when the manager leaves basically everone steals shit >use to cut open bags of chipz with my box cutter use to eat so much shit especially ketchup chips (canada) >use to open pringles and eat some of them and then put it back in the shelves like all the other things i opened. >use to see some of the pringles that i ate from were gone >heard reports of people coming back pissed because it was already opened and someone ate of it >everyone blamed it on the other customers who would come to the store even the managers and shit >lol
>>683299992 Nah, its not that bad. We do keep of record of anything you buy, and your unlock screen password. But beyond checking out a few nudes here and there, we aren't at all interested in your stuff. Unless you don't pay us and pick up you shit in 90 days. Then its free reign. Because fuck you for not paying your debts
>>683297156 Geek Squad? We pretty much run the hardware diagnostics that come on motherboards, and we use a disc that has tons of free software on it to do most other shit. And if you need viruses removed we just install Malwarebytes free and run it.
That money that you give to my cancer charity does shit all for research or people with cancer. You're paying for me to sit around in an office and browse reddit and 4chan while I'm "developing leads" to milk more money. The entire industry is a giant scam run off the stupidity of yuppies who want to feel good about themselves and corporate tax write-offs.
Some fun facts about the Marshalls return policy >We literally take anything back as long as it has a Marshalls ticket on it. Our return without a receipt policy is super lenient. We use your Drivers license to track how many you do and after so many it blocks you, but you can literally grab shit from off the floor that doesnt have a security tag on it (most things below 19.99) and say you bought it and want to return it. Of course security personnel can stop you if they're in the store at that moment. Just throw us off by making a purchase when you do the return or show up every once in a while. I recommend coming in at night when all the kids and people that don't give a fuck are working. As long as you don't get rang out by a coordinator you should be good. >Were not allowed to stop shoplifters That's right. So long as a member of Loss Prevention isn't there, and we don't have camera footage, we can't tell you to leave the store. Grab and runs we usually just look to see what car they go to and that's pretty much it. >Source: I work at a Marshalls and I hate the fact that this company has fucked me over so many times.
In Barnes and Nobles college textbook stores, in my store if you grabbed a book of the shelf, opened it up and roughed it up a little, and went the register and said "I would like to sell my book back" there is no way we would know that wasn't your book. Probably safer to do it with a used book.
I have worked in restaurants for about 16 years now. Many large chains pf changs, cheesecake factory, chilis, etc. People have eaten pounds of my dna. From boogers to saliva and cum. 9 out of 10 plates i handled had some trace of me on it. It's almost like a compulsion. Anyways, I'm far from the only one. Think about that when you eat at a restaurant. Bon Appétit!
I work for this company called Acosta manufacturers and stores will hire Acosta to send my underpaid ass to go to stores and stock shit or put up adds, junk like that
I have no credentials and have never been asked for any credentials beyond maybe wanting to see my work order
if you have a printer, it'd be trivial to print off a fake but official looking work order then just put on slacks and a polo and walk into any store you feel like, say you're there do do some bullshit, and get access into the backroom or whereever
Just got a job working at Costa Vida (a mexican restaurant) and I filled out paperwork yesterday and one of the things I signed was for random drug testing. I have my med card for tree but will they even test me? Should I even be worried?
>>683300428 depends on the person really. I generally don't give a shit unless the chick is really hot, but my buddy has an external drive just for pulling entire filesystems off of phones and shit and he does this routinely
Attorney bared in multiple states. If you have a decent driving record, never hire an attorney for reckless driving charges in Virginia. You can request driving school by yourself in exchange for a dismissal but an attorney will charge you anywhere from $450-$850. Also in VA if you're injured in an auto accident and your own auto insurance has Med Pay you can have them pay you straight cash (usually 10k) per vehicle covered on your policy even if your med bills are nowhere near that amount. That's money going straight to your pocket and not to cover your med bills if your health insurance covered your med bills ie free money. Also medpay portion of your auto insurance will kick in if the injury occurred on, in, or AROUND the covered vehicle, so I've seen people tap into it when there kid got a concussion from running into a parked vehicle (policy covered the fams 4 vehicles so that's 40k they got on a 1800 hospital bill which their health insurance covered). Insurance companies give their clients the runaround so you probably need an attorney to force the insurance company to pay you what contractually their required to. Also Allstate, the general autoinsurance, alpha, and State Farm constantly fuck their consumers by denying or refusing to fully pay out their customers claims. The listed insurance companies are ranked in order of their egregious behavior (in my experience) with the biggest gaping asshole being Allstate and the slightly less blown out asshole being State Farm.
If you're ever in a hospital and your monitoring equipment starts with a "D", it was made by shitskin illegals with minimal training and supervision but passed inspection because half of our sales force fucks customers.
used to work on a cruse boat. small size ussally only rented out for parties weddings ect. few others in the area just like ours. almost all of the owners wanna save as much as they can so at night one person would work over time and just pump river water into the water tank fo the all the sinks and bar area.
also worked at a factory that made tinsel decorations, mostly for xmas and shit. so much waste daily carts and carts full every hour. garbage company would have to come every other day to empty the 50ftx20ftx8ft compactor. boss would have us throw as much as we could of our trash into the other factory next to ours trash compactor so we didnt have to pay for them to come 2 times a day. also through in any and all waste that wasnt aloud in there aka fluorescent light bulbs or toxic cleaners or hazardous materials and shit
currently work for wawa (PA fags know) this last one isnt much of a secret couz i havent been there long but we make a big stink over recycling and separating our trash for it, think all thrown into the same garbage truck to the landfill. such bullshit to separate
Work in the financial industry. We've basically signed stuff saying the valuation of some financial products are okay when it wasn't.
Also on other projects also signed that the management board of a company had reached all the annually target so they could earn some million dollar bonus, when in fact they barely achieved any agreed goal >mfw new financial crisis incoming
>>683301454 yes, state legality means nothing to a private business' policies. if the company policy is failed test = disqualification, then showing them your card will probably be an automatic disqualification from employment even without a test, its the same as saying to your interviewer "i know failing a drug test means im fired but i smoke weed all. the. time." resume directly in the trash.
Do not donate to your college and make sure you never accidentally leave some check mark checked somewhere, where you agree to get solicitations. You will get that for the rest of your life. Even if you move we will just use lexisnexis to get your current address. Speaking of lexisnexis it generally has your first 5 digits of your social on record and your college database records has the last 4 on record soooooooooo.... yea.
>>683302154 I work in the financial sector too I watched people make money betting on crops failing and people starving. One time through the window of our office we saw in the distance a man threatening to commit suicide by jumping off a building. All the rich guys got up and started dropping hundred stacks betting if he was going ti jump or not. He didn't and many people groaned and cursed him out.
I work for Best Buy. If you shoplift there is nothing loss prevention can do other than to ask you to go into their little office and wait for the cops, if you say no they can't hold you. I've seen people come in, use a ladder to grab a computer and then walk out and there's nothing anyone can do
don't worry. Yeah basically give the value of the financial product that our clients desires, but still within an "okay" range. I've been working in the industry for 3 years, but from what I've heard before 2007 it was 10 times worse. Now we are closely investigated so we can miss too much.
This happens in every business. Everyone tries to make as much money within a reasonable range out of juristiction. But because we work at the financial industry every politicians likes to point at us when they actually knew everything and every one in other industry has been doing the same.
Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook all that companies pay almost 0% tax due to tax avaoidance, but hey, we in the finacial industry are the devils and everything is our fault.
We are laughing at your diseases. We are judging you. We are taking our time. We really are trying to call doctors. Yes, we can get ahold of a doctor in roughly 5 minutes. But not if they are working, stupid. We don't short pills. We don't replace any pills once they leave. We assume all of you are drug addicted liars. There are plenty of Rx medicines that are many times cheaper OTC.
BTW, I last checked our logs for merchandise, we buy bottles of 500 count 10/325 Hydrocodone for ~$18.
>>683298325 Former tech here. I can pretty much guarantee one two things. You have shit wiring inside the house or there is an anomaly in your line that will be next to impossible to find. Have they monitored your signal yet? Tech supervisors are allowed 3 home signal monitors at any given time.
Worked at ferry in europe. Half of the engine department crew was getting drunk everyday after their watch often they didn`t have enough time to get sober before their next watch still stinking with alcohol. Near christmas we had about 800passengers onboard so the thing was quite serious.
>>683303758 I got robbed while in training in Baltimore city. Wouldn't surprised if it was my trainer that robbed me. Scared of heights to begin with. Up the ladder scared shirtless then some row home orangutang got me for 80 and my piece of shit phone at the time.
I work for a chemical company in the UK, we make agricultural products mainly, we getting paid regularly 'Bonuses' by our company's clients, basically to keep our mouth shut about how fucked up some of the stuff is we make.
UPS outsources customer service over the phone. They use a company called APAC. If you want something done with your package other than having it shipped from whatever company you ordered from and delivered to you, you're shit out of luck.
The shippers are our customers, we can't do anything for people receiving the package. And if the shipper calls us, too bad. We've given the special software and possibly an agent with a special number that they MUST use for anything they need.
Basically, no matter what, if you use the regular phone number to reach UPS, you ain't getting shit done.
>>683293024 this must be in low budget stores since in the store I used to work at we had fresh chickens delivered for our rotisserie every morning and we could only keep them on display for 4 hours after which they were reduced in price after an hour they were throw onto the waste trolley to be counted and scanned off.
>>683289514 I perform penetration/vulnerability tests for a living, e.g. breaking into companies machines to test security. If the company tries to jew me down on a flat-rate assessment, say by coming to me and saying some podunk rinkydink group of nobody scriptkiddies who will do everything for less than 10k, I'll occasionally agree, and either backdoor their systems while quietly closing the vulnerabilities so I can use the access later (or sell that access) or if they've got something of use, I'll take their data and sell it, usually to chinese, brazilian, russian or israeli economic concerns,, who in turn will relay it to their countries companies, in return for cushy executive positions when they leave government service.
The money I make tends to only be slightly higher than what I would have been paid if they didn't try their bullshit negotiations, but I get the satisfaction of causing damage to their market share/sales.
I'm a residential electrician working for a large and highly reputable company. I have stolen at least 100+ pairs of used or washed panties over the last five years. I only steal them when I've seen pictures of who they belong to, mostly hot little teen sluts. While I'm overcharging you for the simplest work I'm stealing your sweet little daughter's used panties to blow a load in later, you rich fucks.
>>683304183 Got injured on the job and corporate bent me over after fmla ran out. They tried to give me a massive pay cut to go back to the call center. Said nope and peaced out. Still dealing with the injury since it was never truly fixed. Shame to I liked the job. Can't even begin to say how many tits I saw either from customers or their pc/laptops
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