The characters of the appliance repair Part 1


I hope you have never met "The Condemner" and with the help of this article you will be prepared when he shows up at your house. This soldier has a minimal knowledge of the repair of appliances. He knows enough to show himself, make a fast song and dance, tell you that your device is not worth repairing, ("because it would be cheaper to buy one. again "), take his expenses and then rush the door to condemn the next device.

The sole purpose of Condemners is to sentence as many devices as possible each day. If you do the math, if the Condemner visits only 3 homes a day at $ 50 a visit, it's $ 150 for a day of work! It is a lot of money because the convicted person has no overhead. It never fixes anything so it does not need expensive parts, licenses, insurance, expensive tools, etc.

If you are not aware that you are dealing with a Condemner, the end result has good and bad news. The good news is that it can tell you what you want to hear. Sometimes you're just tired of watching this Harvest Gold range or your Avocado green fridge and you're ready to buy a new one, and that's exactly the news the convict gives you. The bad news is, you just spent $ 1600 on a new refrigerator when your old could have been easily repaired for $ 250.

What are some ways to find a convict? First of all, he answers your call as if it 's his personal phone (because that' s probably the case) without a professional home. Second, he does not take credit cards. Third, if it really happens and you are scheduling an appointment, it looks unprofessional (think of Red Camaro for a service vehicle and a beach outfit for a uniform).

So, let's say that the member has passed all the pre-qualifiers and you have set an appointment, but you still think that you are dealing with a convict. What can you do? First, ask about what went wrong and about the type of tests that were done to check for failure (a complainant will not have adequate answers to simple technical questions) . Second, ask about the repair. When can this be done? How much will it cost? Third, if you are not satisfied with the answers and you still feel that you are dealing with a convict, it may be best to let him continue on his way and have him re-diagnosed. Device by a more reputable company. You will have to pay other diagnostic costs and it is possible that the second diagnosis will lead to the same result, but you will be at least more comfortable with the purchase of your new device, without asking yourself if it was necessary.

Finally, it is better not to worry if you are dealing with a convicted person or not. If you find a good servant with him, even if he is a bit more expensive than the rest (you will save in the long run by dealing with an honest person). If you do not have a military yet, ask around and do not stop asking until you have at least one company to start. Check the business identification information, legal, professional, social and moral.

While the purpose of this article was about the operation of a man and / or subcontractor. It is important to note that some of the most notorious grievances work for national companies. These are either non-program members who do not have the time to properly diagnose, disguised salespeople trying to get you to buy a new device in their store, or a new employee who has very little training and has not been trained. field experience.

The condemner is everywhere but I hope you are now a little better prepared if you meet one.


Source by Evan Oberly

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