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Problematic Customer or Psychopath?



Problematic customer or psychopath? These mad, nutcase, house cleaning clients will make you wonder.

A problematic customer is among the three types of customers a maid service will work for. The other two are difficult customers and high maintenance customers. But hands down, the problematic customer is the worst.

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru breaks it down in this maid service training. They give you impossible deadlines, micromanage your work, complain, and sometimes sue contractors.

We Ask a House Cleaner about the insanity and havoc they wreak for house cleaners and maids. And what you should say when you quit.

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3 Comments

  1. When you realize you're working for a problematic customer do you:
    A: Quit immediately
    B: Seek advice from someone else about what to do and when to leave?
    C: Appreciate the income and just tough it out by tolerating their behavior
    D: Talk to the customer and ask them to change their ways

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