"Bad" Callers
At this point, you've gotten a few calls and the gitters are starting to wear off. You are getting used to talking with people about what's going on in their lives, and you may find that this is or is not the job for you. Hopefully, you haven't had too many "difficult" people to contend with. "Those" people come in spurts; generally the folks who call are good people :)

Difficult people include:

If you are having one of these problems or something similar, try as best as you can to get over it. One thing you'll need to develop is a bit of a tougher skin to handle this kind of work. The way I see it, let them talk as much as you can. After all, the more ignorance they say to you, the more money *you* are making off of their stupidity. Just remember to keep your cool, because you don't need any backlash from the company due to a complaint they received from a customer.

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