Topic: Locksmith Jobs
Every once in a while i get called out to a job that i cannot wait to get away from.
Today for example, i turned up to do a free home security survey. The door opened and i was greeted by a fairly normal looking woman in her thirties.
As i was about to walk in the door i noticed the postcards stuck in the window relating to various conspiracy theories and government cover ups.
I was half way through the door and i realised it was now too late to turn back...
Basically one of those customers that was completely stark raving mad, the house was in an odd state and i tried my best to get away as quickly and politely as possible without offending.
The customer was very paranoid about security and had alarms, locks and hasps on everything, even the loft hatch, and locked the door behind me on the way in *GULP*
These are never nice situations to be in and luckily i escaped unscathed on the promise of providing her with some high security locks for her door.
Literally anything could happen on a job like this; getting attacked, getting accused of attacking, etc. These kinds of people are usually easilly offended, angered or upset and should be dealt with utmost caution!
So my question is, how would you deal, or have you dealt with a similar situation?
Its not my first and im sure it wont be the last...
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