To celebrate the launch of our new Facebook page, we’ll be giving away a total of 10 copies of the official Not Always Right book over the next five weeks.
To enter into our weekly drawing, simply like our Facebook page and you’ll automatically be entered. Two winners will be announced each Monday on our site, FB, and Twitter.
The winners of this week’s Facebook Page Book Giveaway are Doug and Tina — congratulations! They’ll each receive a free copy of our book via Amazon. Doug, Tina — a Not Always Right staff member will be contacting you soon via Facebook so you can receive your book.
If you didn’t win this time, don’t worry — you still have four more chances. Just like our Facebook page today to enter!
PS – if you liked our page before the announcement of this contest, you’re already qualified — anyone who likes our page will automatically be entered!
Me: “Thank you for calling [hair salon]. How may I help you?”
Customer: “Do you do haircuts?”
Me: “Yes, sir. We are a hair salon. We do haircuts.”
Customer: “How much does it cost?”
Me: “It depends on the style you want it cut into. It’s usually about [price] or so.”
Customer: “Do I get a discount if I let you keep my hair when it’s done?”
Customer: “I need the status of a package.”
Me: “Okay. May I have the tracking number?”
Customer: “My tracking number is 1E8L00L25–”
Me: “I’m sorry, sir, are you sure that’s one of our tracking numbers? Generally, our numbers won’t have any letters in the middle.”
Customer: “Yes, I’m sure those are the numbers.”
Me: “Are you sure this package wasn’t sent with another service?”
Customer: “Yes, I’m absolutely positive that I sent it with you! It’s the right number, unless–”
(He pauses for a moment as he tries to figure out what’s going on.)
Customer: “Oh. I’m looking at it upside down. It’s 257007831.”
(A young woman and her boyfriend are in the adult section talking in whispers so as not to disturb other customers. Another woman storms up to the information desk.)
Customer #1: “Excuse me! I want you to throw those two out right now!”
Me: “May I ask why?”
Customer #1: “They’re talking about a very inappropriate subject.”
Me: “We’ll, ma’am, they are in the adult section.”
Customer #1: “I heard them talking about… ugh. How can you let them say those things?”
Customer #2: “Pardon me, I would like to complain about this woman. She’s been looming over our shoulders for fifteen minutes.”
Me, to customer #1: “Let me get this straight. You walked into the adult section, got real close to a whispered conversation, listened for fifteen minutes, and want to complain because you don’t like the subject? Why would you listen for that long if you didn’t like what you heard?”
Customer #1: “Um, er, uh…” *leaves in a hurry*
Me: “Thank you for calling [bank]. May I please have your card number?”
Me: “I can help look up your account if you don’t have your card with you. May I please have your phone number on file?”
Caller: “I’m not giving you that. You will steal my information.”
Me: “I assure you, ma’am, we keep our security procedures to ensure that your information remains safe. Can I look you up by your name?”
Caller: “I’m not giving you my name or my phone number. You’re going to use it to steal my information. I just want to know what my balance is.”
Me: “Without your card number or another way to look you up, I’m unable to provide your balance information.”
Caller: “Can’t you just look me up by my social?”