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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by DawnPatrol321, Aug 9, 2018.
This ain't my first rodeo, dawg...but thanks for your sage advice.
Good on you for working until the end. It's good to have a clean resignation, because you never know when doing the opposite will end up biting you in the ass in the future. Especially if your previous boss can hold a grudge.
I've burned so many bridges, I might as well live on an island.
I have att e mail. My account was hacked and customer service( haha) is no help. Can't get to new e mails because of password authentication.
Other than saying f it. And creating a new e mail I thought I'd ask if you guys had a better solution?
I strongly recommend going back to pen and paper. Email is the debil, momma.
Got to be some way to access it. Keep going after customer service (politely ). Here's a few obvious and not so obvious tips when dealing with a customer service call center:
Escalate your issue to a manager, then escalate again. The low level reps and even managers will cower in fear at the word escalate.
Try rep shopping - hang up when they can't help you and immediately call back to get a different rep who might have more tricks up their sleeve.
Demand to speak to a rep in the USA. Keep demanding this over and over until they transfer you. USA based reps are generally more helpful.
To keep this on topic, once upon a time I worked as a phone based CS rep for a big e-commerce company.
In the future, take the time to set up multi-factor authentication.