Hewlett Packard Customer Care service

Sushubh

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[video=youtube;BuV64ON-jv0] are going to be pretty pissed about it now that its on the internet.
 
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vebk

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I don't understand why the caller waited for 4 minutes to describe his problem. Seems like he's not too sharp either. (probably is an old guy - but then what's he doing recording the call?)
 


Sushubh

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the call was being recorded by a monitoring agency on part of HP. the dude did not sound to me as an old man. just a bit slow or perhaps new to the job. definitely not very smart.
 

Apoorv Khatreja

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Ya, the 'Chris' dude definately had an Indian-English accent. I've faced this tons of times with Idea, Airtel, MTNL, and LG.
 

vebk

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no no, I meant the caller seemed not to sharp.. and perhaps an old (middle-aged) dude.
 


mystery_inc18

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funny but nothing to be surprised of......i hv had similar experiences with HP :( but not to this extent :)
 

coolbuddy_79

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most of them r like this only...i've dealt it with all the major ones, like mobiles, credit cards, insurance companies, banks, and yeah how can we forget our broadband CC's :p