Dell Tech Support

Submitted by: buddy 9 years ago Funny

Guy can"t figure out how to turn his computer off, so he takes out his anger on tech support guy. Adult language.
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Male 564
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Male 733
a 5 year old kid coulda told him that, twat.
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Male 13
Hehe, if I were the Dell Tech, I would have kept asking pointless questions until he gets so fed up he hangs up.
For ex.

"What did you have for dinner last night?"
"What is your favorite type of music?"
"*ahem* Why do you still live with your mother?"
"How many times do you go to the bathroom per day?"
"Do you do #1 or #2 more frequently?"
"What is wrong with your computer again? *waits 5 minutes while he explains* I`m sorry did you say something?"
"So what toppings would you like on your pizza?"
"Are you homo-sexual?"
"What is your mother`s name?"
"Is your head on fire?"

And stupid stuff like that....and then I would be fired XD
lol

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Female 3
Ok, I actually work in a call center and the rep was not being a jerk at all. What most people don`t realize, if someone calls for information for a product that has personal information attached to it, customer service reps have to verify the info BEFORE disclosing information on the account. If we don`t do this, we get fired. It`s not worth losing a job because some non-nice individual doesn`t feel like verifying information, the whole thing takes 30 seconds of the customer`s time. I get non-nice individuals like this everyday that yell at me because they don`t feel like giving their name. The nice thing about my job is if I get an abusive customer, I`m allowed to hang up.
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Male 16
the Dell guy sounds like Kipp on Napolion Dynamite.
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Male 1,404
I am not a fan of Dell tech support at all although this this caller was being a prick. This call sounds like it was recorded pre-child- outsourced-labor days. Dell is going the way of Packard Bell in the US, down the pootier. Your better off building your own PC or having one built locally for you.
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Male 342
"I SWEAR TO GOD!"

I wasn`t as vocal in my Dellish experience.

They do ask for your service tag 5-10 time during the same call.

"Now sir, I just need to verify that your favorite color is green, is that correct?" jk

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Female 107
customers are so f*uckin stupid! numb nuts should have known you have to hold down the power button. lol @SarahofBorg. You obviously don`t work for a giant corp. malfunctioning....pfft! your brain is malfunctioning.
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Female 18
I used to deal with people like that on the phone all day long for years. I think the Dell guy could have been a lot more understanding and helpful instead of being such an a$$. I could`ve de-escalated that call and helped the guy in thirty seconds flat.
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Female 43
o_o yeah...when the computer won`t shut down properly..you click on the power button for 10 seconds...
I don`t know..people should know that..?
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Female 57
although if i was that tech guy, i would have read my abuse script and disconnected the call within 45 seconds :P
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Female 57
yeah...I completely sympathize with the tech agent. I do exactly that as a job...I work in a call center, and it`s in our CONTRACT to ask questions at the beginning of the call to verify the customer`s identity...people just don`t understand that this is for their own security. Sure, he was only calling to ask how to turn his computer off...but how does the tech guy know he wasn`t gonna turn around and ask for password resets and such? this is why we verify the identity before hand :P
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Male 2,781
HAHAHAHAHHA I HAVE A FRIEND WHO WORKED FOR DELL AS TECH SUPPORT AND OMFG THE STORIES HE TOLD US ABOUT SOME CUSTOMERS WHO CALLED.

HE ACTUALLY WAS TECH SUPPORT FOR QUITE A NUMBER OF CELEBRITIES. HAD LAWYERS COME AND PLUG IN TO LISTEN TO THE CONVERSATIONS. HAHAHAHA OMFG SERIOUSLY, LAWERS WERE BROUGHT IN.

THERE WERE ACTUALLY A COUPLE OF THEM WHO DIDN`T HAVE THE PC PLUGGED IN, SO THE PC WOULDN`T TURN ON. HAHAHHAHA OMFG SOME PEOPLE.

HE`S A BADASS H4XX0R, TAUGHT ME SOME GOOD SH`T.

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Male 84
Pretty entertaining.

....unlike my comment.

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Male 3,578
see what happens when you piss off tech support
ha ha
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Female 93
lol, my dad works as a dell costumer support guy thingy too, and he gets every random people!! i dont know, i would of put him on hold..then expect to get fired...
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Male 522
dumb american rednecks shouldnt be anywhere near technology...
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Female 550
LOL - "My number is the same as my MOM`S!"

To be honest, the guy sounded a little old to still be living with mom. I guess though, with an attitude like that, apparently he isn`t married. I guess living with his mom makes sense - she is the only one who would put up with that kind of personality.

The Customer Service Tech is SUPPOSED to ask those questions. If I were that guy, I would just keep asking questions. Kill them with kindness - it makes the customers more upset and you get satisfaction! :-) I would`ve also thrown in, "Have a WONDERFUL day!"

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Female 21
omg that was funny. People who don`t know how to turn computers off shouldn`t get computers. Especially when they don`t bother to look in the manual for troubleshooting BEFORE calling customer service. And the tech didn`t ask those questions to piss him off, he has to. Only time I called customer service was when the router crapped out, it was annoying, waiting 45 minutes. But I was polite, the dude asked how long it would take to drive from Cali to Miami, cause apparently he was going to some drag racing thingy in Miami...cause I live in FL and what not...that was interesting.
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Male 34
I saw a lot of comments wondering why the technician didn`t give the answer right away. While I do not work for Dell, the same principles apply:
- Techs should not support competitors` products (at least not for free.) Some companies don`t provide support for out-of-warranty products.
- Techs need to collect contact information for the case in question. It helps identify who is placing the call and how they can be reached - as well as if the contact in question is authorized support on the computer (e.g. the owner may claim only he may call support, which will appear on the account.)
- Techs need to collect information about the computer. This helps track issues with a computer (e.g. if it`s lemoning.)

BTW, there`s one thing you should know - I have access to a defective notebook, which does not turn off even when holding down the power button. In this case, you have to remove the battery.

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Female 43
Now now, let`s give him the benefit of the doubt. Maybe he lives with his mother because she`s old and he`s taking care of her, or has some sort of health problem. I`m sure he`s a wonderful, gentle caregiver. Yep, he just fixes her toast in the morning, fetches the mail for her, brings her some fuzzy slippers, wipes up her drool, and tucks her in safely at night.

Okay, so thinking of THAT guy taking care of anyone is kind of a horrifying thought. Let`s just continue on with thinking he`s a loser living with his mommy. :D

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Male 1,289
take out the battery yeah?
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Male 193
Tech guy pwned idiot caller. Douche lives with his MOM still. LMAO
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Female 24
what a jerk!!

haha--he still lives with his mom.

what a catch. loser, jerk, and complete dumb arse!


people with that kind of attitude dont get anywhere in life. it`s sick.

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Female 3,562
The tech guy wasn`t trying to help him. He never asked what was actually wrong with the computer, nor did he seem to care.
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Female 22
haha hilarious
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Female 88
Ditto, Sayian.
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Male 63
That guy is so dumb! I would love to ask more questions to the caller and see how mad he gets just for laughs! People like that would brighten my day at work. That it so funny!
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Male 308
A lot of you are saying the tech guy deserved it because he didn`t tell the caller right away. That is because he was hoping there was a better way to shut it down without having to just hold down the power button. That isn`t good for the computer, so it is better to find another way. He couldn`t have known that there was no other way because the guy didn`t give him any information about the exact situation. If he would have calmly said that he tried shutting it down and tried pressing the power button once and just asked for an answer without giving his customer info, I`m sure the tech guy would have said it sooner. I think this guy just needs to read the manual a bit more because I`m sure it mentions that in there somewhere. I feel sorryt for the tech guy having to stay calm and put up with callers like this.
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Male 593
This is exactly why I hate any kind of customer services. They`ll ask you up to your family lineage even if you just wanted to know the time. I am my own tech support now, noone can explain me better :D
On the other hand, this was a rude customer. Were I the operator, I`d just poke some fun at him first, just for being so pissed off.
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Male 9
if the guy didnt bitch so much the call would be over on 30 seconds
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Female 173
why. are. comments. so. long? anyway, that guy needs to get laid. problem is... who would do it? after all, he does live at his mom`s house. O.O
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Male 10,115
The problem is he spent the prior hour on hold and going through their automated system. He had already given all his information, and then this guy asked for it all over again. This can be very frustrating. It`s not the tech support guy`s fault, it`s the fault of the Dell`s crappy system. The tech support guy was just following his script like the robot Dell has turned him into.
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Male 114
i am pretty impressed with the tech support dude. he really kept his head well. that man was just an ignorant (and impatient) jerk.
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Female 690
Why do people always get so defensive when they call tech support?
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Male 9
um, just like EVERY OTHER computer, you have to HOLD the power button down, not just press it. The Dell guy wasnt being rude at all, he was doing his job by asking all of those questions. Its all company policy. The customer however was being a complete bitch, people like him need to be shot. Seriously, why cant people be nice. We are all human, we all came from the same place. We are practically brothers and sisters. Its amazing how some people treat others. No respect at all.
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Male 1,059
o.... nvm, the beeps were just them blocking out his personal info... rofl
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Male 89
This is old as hell...
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Male 1,059
DARN IT, I DIDNT SAY DRAT OR FUDGE, I SAID F(_)CK
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Male 1,059
i didnt say drat i said fudge, but i would of just told the guy he needed to stfu and calm down, and until he does to call me back later, and then hang up. rofl
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Male 1,059
lol, the tech guy asked a load of unneccesary info. XD but i think the tech guy was trying to piss him off... see this quote: "and what is ur first name? drat Ok. And ur last name?" rofl that was funny tho. xD
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Male 10
Unfortunately for the tech support guy he has to follow a script, it is part of his job to do so because his superiors will look at the transcript of his conversation and bust him for going off of it, even if the customer is as insulting and rude as this one. They do this in order to prevent lawsuits from both a fired employee and from an irate customer who wants to blame the manufacturer for anything he may have damaged due to ignorance or stupidity. It sucks and it sounds like a lot of work but to the company such as Dell in this case it`s all about covering their assets.
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Female 91
That made me mad.Jk.
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Female 1,134
lol if i was that tech support guy i would try to find information like where you live whats your address and tellephone number and also DOB so i can have all my friends hunt him down and beat the sh-it out of him for having that anger issue, but overall im glad that the tech supporter guy handle it very well
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Male 256
LovexChelsey
What I was meaning is sometimes you get people ringing you and claiming they have there MCSE and they are asking you how to copy and paste.
Yes you can be smart, I`ve met people doing a (UK) masters in IT, but asking me how to add bullet points to a word doc. I was just talking in general who find it hard to ask for help without trying to talk them selves up over the phone. lol :P
PS Please look up MCSE.
But I look after many servers for over 2000 users across many sites, :D
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Male 536
I think he kept pressing the power button for about 1 second as though he thought it were a TV remote button that automatically will turn it off... Also if that jackass had the common sense to look in the instruction manual I don`t think that would`ve happened in the first place.

And you people saying the tech support guy was being rude, Imagine yourself in that position. You have to sit there all day listening to retards ask you why the mouse won`t move, or why the F button doesn`t work... He was VERY nice considering what I would`ve done in that situation... Getting fired wouldn`t matter at all to me.

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Female 159
HAHA! I love the ending ".. WELL WHY DIDN`T YOU FREAKING TELL ME THAT?!" Made me laugh! :-)
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Male 115
what an ass the dell guy was only trying to do his job this guy probly beats his wife
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Female 190
"1. You are not a smart person, do not act like one. Dont think it is ok to let the tech support know how many MCSE you have or want, if you were that good then you would fix it your self."

Don`t entirely agree with that. Someone can be very smart but no know a damned thing about computers.

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Male 51
All of this could just have been avoided if Dell didn`t suck so much.
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Female 190
I woulda been like
"Yes,rip the battery out."
I`m too mean,I could never work as customer service.
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Male 118
haha i laughed when he said he`d been pressing in for the past hour because I knew he had to hold it. Made himself look stupid.
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Female 132
That guy has some serious issues.

Yeah, scream and bitch at the guy on the other end of the phone, because he runs the whole damn company and he is the source of all your problems. Idiot. I would have hung up on him.

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Female 172
lol!! "AND YOU SUCK!!" HAHA
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Female 3,562
Look, I knew how to solve the guy`s problem long before the tech guy even tried to help him. Honestly, there`s too much bureaucracy going on here. He could have had the problem easily solved without any frustration in far less time if they didn`t go out of their way to get all sort of useless information that had nothing to do with the problem.
I don`t call tech support often but I never really need to. Besides, they`re almost guaranteed to be useless. Once, I bought this new computer and it came with Norton Antivirus. Some reason, Norton installed improperly and was blocking my internet completely. I obviously didn`t want to uninstall it because I wanted the program, but there was clearly no other way (it was a trial version, BTW.)
But instead of being rational and telling me to uninstall it, they instead told me to BUY A NEW VERSION first! They refused to tell me to uninstall it because they wanted my money. Oh sure, lots of help!
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Male 2,549
sounded like the dude was from Canada, did any one else catch that?
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Male 1,228
Ok, they need to verify that your the owner of the computer thats messing up?
Ok, whats your address,phone number, serial number, EMAIL ADRESS, just so I can tell you to hold down the buttons.
Now I know never to buy from Dell.
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Male 127
If I was the tech guy I would have started cussing a storm at the customer for treating him like crap.

However the customer service guy`s voice was aggravating, it reminded me of Napoleon`s brothher :|

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Male 60
D`you know what`s funny? IMO, Dell has the best customer service in the world. Man, even if you speak with a lot of sugar in your voice, you can get them to jump through hoops. You can get them to have same-day shipping, after they fix your computer. They even walk you through installation! (at least, at my telephone service, that is).

I wonder if this is more about outsourcing, and Americans losing jobs than Dell itself.

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Female 1,065
I would`ve put him on hold :3
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Male 1,364
how do you turn this thing off. haha
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Male 1,882
I should note that this isn`t a Dell feature, it is pretty much standard now. So please, PLEASE know this... I`m going into networking, but part of running a network is making sure people can use the computers attached to them. If I have to come to your office and show you how to do this, I swear to God that I will beat you to death with your own keyboard.
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Male 1,882
Customer: Dahhhhhhhhhherrrrrrrrrrrehhhhhhhhhhh HOW DO I TURN THIS THING OFF!!!

Customer Service Rep: So... you don`t have an e-mail address?

Priceless. Who the hell is so stupid that they can`t figure out something that simple? God damn, look it up on the internet for Christ`s sake.

For those of you who don`t know, they don`t make power switches like they used to. Switches will shut down the computer normally when pressed normally, unless you go into the settings of your computer and manually change it to do otherwise. If the computer freezes the function obviously won`t work, so you *gasp* HOLD THE POWER BUTTON FOR A FEW SECONDS and the computer will just turn itself off.

I so wish he would have removed the battery from his laptop so he`d drat his computer up, and hopefully it would void his warranty so this dumbass doesn`t get a hold of a computer again anytime soon.

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Female 127
To state the obvious, that guy was a real jerk. That phone operator`s patience was astounding to me. I would have told that stupid customer to go play in traffic and move out of his mom`s house. Maybe not in that order.
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Male 256
All I want to know is how to setup a DFS replication srvice across a R2 server, thats all I want to drating know, lmao.
Silly man, for anyone who is reading and ever calls a tech support follow these rules and you will get one super:
1. You are not a smart person, do not act like one. Dont think it is ok to let the tech support know how many MCSE you have or want, if you were that good then you would fix it your self.
2. Do not jump to anything, listen and do as you are told.
3. know your own user name a password.
4. Try not to ask "why" questions as you will not understand the answer anyway.
5. Just be nice and remember it is not tech support fault you dont know how to use a PC.
6. If you really want to get along let the tech support speak, you will learning something as normally they will tell you what the problem was in basic english and wish you a good day.
7. Dont act like this a$$ on the phone.
:)
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Male 632
He sounds like a single 40 year old man living with his mother.
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Male 332
haha its so funny that the call tech guy is just trying to piss him off cause hes so damn rude. The guy screwed himself when he was rude. probably had he just been friendly the guy would have told him how to immediately.
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Female 1,403
My mom`s so like the caller! One time she said to the automated system, "I DON`T WANT NO CHINA SPEAKING PERSON!!!!!!" Honest to God, I was laughing so hard at that it made her more mad. Whenever the long waits or whatever get to me, I put the phone on speaker and read a magazine, maybe do some deep breathing.
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Male 561
any ways the next dell i buy thier will be a big poster telling you how to turn the computer off And all the people saying why did he ask for the information buy a dell your express service code and service tag is a barcode so dell doesnt have to ask a million questions all they need is the code
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Male 896
In reference to SarahofBorg

Wow really. You think that the tech guy that was just doing his job he deserves that. Thats like cussing at the comp because it wont make toast when it isn`t its job to.

The guy was a dick. He wouldn`t give any information about the computer so the tech guy could identify the problem without having to use the kill button.

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Male 561
IF YOU DON`T KNOW HOW TO TURN OFF A FU(KING COMPUTER DON`T BUY ONE!!!
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Male 256
I`ve worked in a tech centre before
and even tho it may seem like the guy was being a nob he was infact following what he should do.
It seems as tho you have to have call centre cover to get an answer. Second the tech guy must recored everything he does to prove his work load or he gets the boot. Another reason for recoreding the information is incase the guy gets another problem like this, maybe the laptop is faulty?
You need the recoreds. :P
But yeah I`d treat the guy the same, he was asking for help when someone asks for help they should be happy they are getting it. But please for the sake of man kind put a warning sticker on every pc that is made. RETARDS NO!!!!!
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Male 5
If i may interrupt here for a second. I am a Dell technician. The problem is that there are services in background running and won`t shut down. the guy was pressing the power button just once which will initiate a normal windows shutdown but it can`t because one of the services is running and can`t be stopped (often because of spyware). Tech stuff aside when we get these customer we keep it very professional and try to understand his situation. I give him kudos as some of these people no matter what you say won`t make them happy. Please realize the position the agent was in and realize he did everything perfectly.
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Female 18
I would have hung up on the guy. I used to work in Customer Service, and the first thing I`d do when people started getting like this guy was hang up. Sorry, but you don`t get paid enough to be abused like that.

I`d also like to say, what an idiot that guy was. Christ, any normal person would leave their finger on the power switch for a while just to see if its stuck or something.

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Male 2,592
The dell guy could have just told him what to do without all the questions. He`s the non-nice individual.
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Male 12
A lot of you seem to be missing the Dell guys point. He was verbally abused from the start, so he felt no great compulsion to make this jerks day go any better. On the computer illiterate`s side, I hate automated phone systems with long wait times. He was still an a$$hole. By the way, the 7 second rule works on every PC that I have ever encountered. It resets the power supply.
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Female 109
this made me feel sorry for tech support people.
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Male 239
"DO YOU KNOW WHAT A HUMAN IS?"

"no sir I am also an automated device just slightly more advanced than the other automated machines you have spoken to,I comprehend and answer the questions you ask and I even have my own accent but I do not know what a human is you F*CKING ASSH*LE!"

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Male 1,024
it puts the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again.
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Male 1,024
Did i hear "Deuling Banjos" playing in the background?
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Female 601
Lmao, the angry guy sounds almost exactly my dad when he calls in to customer service. But he even knows how to turn off a computer o_o
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Female 88
anyone who thinks the tech support guy was the jack ass probably calls in about this type of questions all the time.
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Male 335
Tech support guys was on;y doing his job. Anyone who thinks the tech support guys was the jack ass has it completely backwards. I understand getting angry with automated systems I hate them myself but the customer went way overboard with taking it out on the guy. Great ending though. And Tigerlite and Djeniek, I like it, David Schwimmer talking to Buffalo Bill. I never would have made the connection either.
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Male 547
ANd you wonder why people dont want to GIVE good customer service anymore. The guy was pised.. yes, and that`s undersatndable...however this was the first time the tech guy talked to him, and the guy was cursing and being rude from the start. The tech guy has to take down all the information and log the complaint in the system. I personally would have said if you keep cursing i am going to hang up, and i would have. Treat people the way you want to be treated.
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Male 44
funny but VERY VERY OLD
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Female 532
Mech rox my sox off :-P
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Male 2,510
he only wanted his details so he knew what system he had...dumbass, what an ashole
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Male 813
"SarahofBorg" Its thanks to retards like you that tech support people even have to deal with people like that. God damn your stupid.
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Male 210
the tech support guy sounded like David Schwimmer
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Male 385
I`ve worked in tech support for years. Everyone who is either under the age of 25 or has an IQ higher than that number knows that power switches since ATX boards came out are `soft-switches.` Everybody *should* also know by now that hard booting a machine really doesn`t hurt anything at all, unless you have unsaved work (which will be saved anyway if you`re running Office 2000 or higher). This customer deserved everything he got, and more. Go, Techie!
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Female 532
Unfortunately, a person like this tech-guy normally can`t afford to go off procedure and NOT ask the questions for fear of losing his job. The customer should have been grateful he didn`t get somebody who only spoke Punjabi or Mandarin.

And I had a lot of people call me like this when I worked at a hotel. One guy called 4 different times for directions while I was extremly busy and by myself at the front desk. He was so angry at waiting for 30 seconds (literally) that he hung up every time, once jsut as I picked the phone back up. Oh well...

Some people jsut get too angry to see the benfit of calming down.

Any service-oriented employee likes to help nice people much more than we like to help a*holes like this guy....

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Male 10,440
LMFAO! that was awesome! Weve had a few of these types of posts before, with the angry callers/ telemarketers w/e... keep em coming! make em up if you have to, theyre just too freaking awesome
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Female 345
Apparently the customer had a rather unpleasent experience with one of those useless, crappy automated systems; no wonder he`s pissed ;)

Windows can be a pain to properly shut down if something is wrong and for an inexperienced user I guess it can be hard to turn off a laptop. Anyway all those questions by the support guy were rather useless and annoying. Why ask all this if somebody only wants to know how to turn off a computer? That`s either his fault or that of the company he works for )-|

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Female 458
Sheesh. The tech guy has to ask those questions as a part of his job. They are told to do that. Not his fault.

And the "customer" needs to take a flippin` chill pill. It`s not a tragedy. Nobody is dying or their life is gonna totally be messed up over this computer. Sheesh. Take it easy!

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Male 838
If it was in a democratic country the operator should have turned off the phone at the minute he said "I think you suck". Idiots!
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Male 78
that facking non-nice individual,i wish sum1 would chop his balls off and shove em down his damn throat.
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Male 651
RTFM
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Male 128
to be fair, it was a lot of stupid questions just to get the laptop turned off
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Male 32
Although I didn`t work in a call centre, when I was working and I got a phone call regarding something about which I didn`t care, I would just try and give them the answer as quickly as possible, even if it meant missing out bits of procedure. I`ve had to call tech support a couple of times (fortunately not with a problem as simple as this) and it can be MEGA frustrating. You need to be understanding with enraged customers and help them out or you will get a bad reputation and will get more hassle. It sounds to me like you could have done that with any Dell computer and so the tech guy could have told him straight away. He really was jerking him around. It`s not as though the guy callign was looking for security codes to get into another persons account; he just wanted to switch it off! The tech support was less helpful that if he`d just gone out into a busy street and asked if anybody was a Dell user.
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Female 1,228
That was funny, in a very dumbass kinda way.
Couldn`t listen to it all tho, I would have kept that guy on for as long as pos, just to really piss him off, then transfer him somewhere else. . he he
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Male 527
"The bloke who phoned up sounds like Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs."

TigerLite! That is right on the mark, my friend! I never would have made that connection buy that is it! Nice work!

The HD follow did a very good job of dragging this jackass on for as long as possible, by the way. Well done!

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Male 10
How can you fail to turn off a laptop? It can`t keep going without A/C power and a battery...
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Female 95
The bloke who phoned up sounds like Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs.
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Female 1,496
"What is your phone number?"

"It`s the freaking same as my MOM`S!!!"

Looser.

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Female 2,695
i listened to half of it. listening to angry people makes me want to bite baby`s faces off.
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Female 3,562
Honestly, that tech guy completely deserved it. From what I can hear, the computer wasn`t functioning properly because it should have shut down when he hit power. Most people assume the power button actually turns the computer off, but they don`t design them that way, and they actually shut the computer down first. If the computer fails to shut down properly it my never turn off. However, holding the button down for longer than natural is like a kill-switch and actually turns the thing off. Keeping the computer on long enough probably won`t cause a fire but it could destroy the computer to keep it that way and they should have just told him the blinding obvious from the begining.
Problem is, they have it set up so the tech guy doesn`t know a damed thing about the basics of computers and he`s just reading out of a manual what to tell the guy. The tech guy was an idiot who was only following the rules and not actually trying to help the schmuck.
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Male 1,142
i couldnt get thru the hole thing i hate angry dumb people.
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Male 897
What a freakin` dumbass! That customer was an A-hole.
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Male 2,567
lol hold down power button for 10 seconds
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Male 559
If I was the dell guy, I would have given him a lot more trouble. I would have asked for his dob, his mothers maiden name, her dob, where he worked, when the last time he was employed, how tall he was, what was his favorite flavor of Ice Cream... You yell at me like that and pissing you off becomes a priority over keeping my job.
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Male 1,263
o.o uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh
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Male 2
What a dickhead
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Male 49
Should warn for language
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Female 333
I have to say, the Dell guy was being a jerk. Like freaking Bill Lumbergh. Whoo hoo for Di*kwads!
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Male 10,115
Link: Dell Tech Support [Rate Link] - Guy can`t figure out how to turn his computer off, so he takes out his anger on tech support guy. Adult language.
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