izrul wrote:I also like to hear from anyone who have this sort of experience before. If someone feel that I did wrong somewhere after hearing my story above, kindly let me know.
izrul wrote:My question is, can this so called gurus have the right to talk to their customers like that even though the customer is not happy with their product or offer?
AllanGardyne wrote:Don't waste time dwelling on the rude guys.
AllanGardyne wrote:As Charlie says, it's a good idea to warn a few friends.
izrul wrote:when dealing with somebody you don't really know on the Internet, we need to test them in any way we can, right. We need to be secure.
Charlie wrote:Provoking conflict still remains the best test of a person I know. Not who "wins", but how conflict is handled. Get's to the core of a person. You just have to be prepared for "reactions", and remember who started it.
izrul wrote:The question is, am I being rude?
AllanGardyne wrote:Something that seems abrupt and rude to you may just seem fast and businesslike to the other person - or vice versa.
topaffiliateprogram wrote:i dont know how someone could tell you shortcut of success ..there are well defined rules of success and everyone have to follow , remember no exception .
To those people out there, if you really want to sell something, please be nice to us as your customer.
is it because they have millions of lists, so they don't mind to lose one customer who always love to complain?
izrul wrote:What make them have the right to talk harsh word when a customer is angry at them? Don't they use this phrase anymore, "CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT"?
Maybe I'm mistaken, but if the OP is buying an informational product (ebook, guide, whatever), he really is not returning the product. He wants it for free.
How do you give back knowledge?
I always assume when buying an info product that I will be losing that money if I don't like it. The risk is on me. Just because I don't agree or think that the information is useful, doesn't mean that others don't. And if I made a mistake, am I entitled to get my money back? Sure, if its a tie, or a pair of shoes. But strictly information? Cmon...
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