Most people don't realize that HP technicians are taught to beatbox and play guitar. We use the "click-boop" noise as necessary to paralyze our captive prey/audience for a few minutes while we demonstrate our home-grown soft-rock stylings. This is affectionately known as the "strum-n-dump." "Thanks for calling HP; click-boop," strum-strum-strum, *click*
Oh, dear god, I've had 2 HP products - this is soooo useful!!!You might consider posting (particularly about Duane Reade, but also anything else ya got) on www.measuredup.com - it's a customer service website where you can share experiences about your consumer interactions. It puts bad customer service departments on notice and encourages companies who pay attention to their consumers.
I love HP printers. but before you go and label me an HP-Lover, let me just say that I totally sympathize with this call. Not only can the poor customer service be found over the telephone, it is also found online. Went through the same bulls%it with a "tech" online... got frustrated and terminated the chat. Got lucky the second time around and actually found someone who knew what she was doing. Problem solved. Now let me go love my printer in peace.
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