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Car Dealership Manager Tells Customer To Sue, They Did And Take Them To Court

Being a manager has a tendency to make you believe that you are more knowledgeable than the workers themselves. They might overestimate their knowledge and skills because of the way that even a modest bit of power connects neurons in their brain. There are many managers you may have come across who suffer from this terrible condition called “manager-ism.”

This is what Reddit user u/AdElectrical5354 described in a post to the site’s well-liked r/maliciouscompliance section. Despite the fact that the frontline laborers performing that work understood better and had implemented their own optimizations, their manager insisted that they adhere to the prescribed protocol to the letter. Predictably, this resulted in a drop in production and missed delivery deadlines.

The original poster claims that this manager wasn’t particularly bad, but inexperienced and that they both eventually grew close as a result of their missteps. Never presume you know more than your producers, or managers! especially when joining a new organization or career. NoHospitalInNilbog commented, “At least he seems to have learned his lesson! User yParticle responded, “Showing a capacity to learn and improve from the experience is an indication they may actually be one of the excellent ones.

Scroll down below to read the full story in OP’s own words.

1. OP bought a car recently and on Christmas, he drove off the town and the car suddenly stopped working.

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2. Upon checking it was found out that there were several problems in the car, nothing was working, OP called the company to send the tow truck but they could not do it

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3. The company was not ready to take account of all the problems of the minivan

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4. By bypassing the immobilizer, the bill came and that car was all set but the dealership wasn’t cooperating

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5. The dealership guys were not understanding that the money needs to be paid, they challenged OP to sue them over $300 and called it a petty thing.

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6. OP gathered the bills and the paperwork to the dealership payment centre

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7. OP gave the manager a final chance to make things right

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8. Then came the power suit lady who made everything alright and payment was paid to OP before the payday even

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This is how you do things. Some people do not hold themselves accountable no matter how much you try to make them understand. Share your thoughts with us on this one.

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