Now That’s One Dissatisfied Customer.

I got threatened today in the line of duty.

I sold a rug. I thought the rug to be in nice condition (i do not sell rugs that i think are not up to standard). My customer, who had been giving me the run-around via email and text for at least three days, mind you, decided she would show up at 3pm, not 6pm, so i had to adjust my plans, which i did. i met her at my house, and brought her the rolled up/taped rug, and asked her if she wanted to look at it. She denied this opportunity, saying she trusted me that it wasn’t burnt (why would it be burnt? i didn’t smoke on it…).

Well a few hours later… I get one helluva angry voice message. However, it still ended with decency. Although she said I am a person who does not live up to my word, and the rug was dirty and burnt (with an iron, apparently. i had not noticed this), she said that one day, the $35 she spent on me is going to be $35 i had to spend. Little did she know, I’d taken out a pole and lost my bumper like an hour ago, perhaps she has powers. And little does she know, before that i donated nice clothes to a stranger who was very touched and felt i’d done a mitzvah. But she said she wishes me well and “god bless.”

Apparently, anger grabbed ahold of her and she texted me that if she doesn’t get her $35 back, she’s going to show up at my front door and inform my neighbors how i do business.

1. my neighbors know damn well how i do my business.
2. that would be a written threat
3. she wants to play, i’ll call the police.
4. would have been happy to give her money back had she asked for it in a kind fashion.

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4 thoughts on “Now That’s One Dissatisfied Customer.

  1. That’s so weird. Why would you care what your neighbors think? That’s so weird. And how did she know, without looking at it, that it had a chance of being burnt? Maybe she brought it home and burnt it, herself.

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