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5-18-2007 @ 9:19AM
Once again, trolls ruin the good things in the world. Every human being has a limit and just because you're a Customer Service Representative doesn't mean he's able to tolerate inhumane amounts of rude behaviour.He was right. It's not about the customer. It's about all the customers and not just the trolls and morons who bark the loudest, crying foul of "the customer is always right I should be praised like a deity". Blizzard should get rid of all of them from the forums, I doubt they'll quit over something like that; if they do then good riddance, the community will be a better place and Blizzard won't miss their money anyway because there are plenty more new customers out there.Where ever you go now, Tseric, your customer-centric actions will be an asset to them. Well done.
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