Tell us your "Customer From Hell" story and you could win a power tool
Tell us about your deadbeats, psychopaths, control freaks, drama queens, nutbars, bullies, know-it-alls and lawyers. You know, the eight types of customers to avoid.
January 8, 2014 by Steve Payne
In the next print issue of Canadian Contractor we are going to run your comments about “Customers From Hell.”
Having been to hell with
(1) A deadbeat
(2) A psychopath
(3) A control freak
(4) A drama queen
(5) A nutbar
(6) A bully
(7) A know-it-all
(8) A lawyer (surely the worst of all Customers From Hell)…
… at least you can win a power tool for submitting the most horrifying tale. You don’t have to write a long essay. Just tell us what this particular customer did to p*** you off, what type of job it was, and how you solved the problem. Or didn’t. Rob and I will judge the “best” (“worst”) story and send you a cool new FUEL power tool from Milwaukee.
You can either post them below (PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE THE CUSTOMER’S NAME, TO AVOID LIBEL) or email them to me: firstname.lastname@example.org