We have a guy where I work that is… legendary. We have three presses. We refer to one of them as Conventional and two of them as UV. UV being the lights that cure the inks. This CSR picks up a Pantone swatch book and explains to our ink guy that the U and C on the swatches refer to which press the inks match to.
What’s the difference between a used car salesman and a software salesman?
Only the used car salesman knows when he lying.
A consultant is really just a dealer with a laid-back approach.
How can you tell when a salesperson is lying?
His lips are moving.
The laser cartridge and inkjet cartridge sales guys met at a bar. After two drinks, the inkjet sales guy was face down on the floor.
“What happened to him?” asked the bartender.
The laser guy said, “The inkjet cartridge guy can’t hold much fluid at all.”
One thought on “Clueless sales reps”
*I’m doing some changes to a dodgey supplied .ai file, with text converted to curves and placed over several layers. Involves a lot of zooming in and zooming out switching layers and a couple of silent swear words. Sales Rep standing behind me “Supervising”*
Sales Rep: What are you doing? You don’t need to zoom in.
Me: Yes I do, I need to make sure I’m lining the text up.
Sales Rep: It shouldn’t be that hard, can’t you just re-type it?
Me: Yes. But I have to move the other words. They are now an image and not actually text.
Sales Rep: I could do a better job then you. I can see right now that they are words. I can read them there are letters and words. YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING!!!!
*Sales Rep exits prepress immediately. Goes straight to the owner of the company and tells him that I can’t do my job properly. I actually don’t know anything about prepress and am illiterate. He witnessed that I couldn’t read infront of his very eyes apparently.*
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