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Hello, Parts

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Hello, Parts is a collection of absurd customer interactions that I've had during my years selling car parts for a dealership. Over the years, I've been sworn at. I've been threatened. I've been called names. I've been blamed for every wrong and misfortune that's befallen people by man, beast, or fate. But, in the end, all I can do is laugh, and hope others will laugh with ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 21st 2015 by Josh Wellington
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Crystal camerano
Aug 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I knew this was going to be a great book from page one. However! I never thought I would relate to almost every experience! This book should be a must read for ANY consumer. Perfect examples on each page of how NOT to act as a customer. Thank you for an awesome read(I’ve read through it a few times) As much as I wish there would be a part two, I don’t you to have to deal with more ignorant people.
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