'Rude' tradesman writes 'deal with customers from hell' on a client's bill

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‘Rude’ tradesman includes a VERY shocking extra service on his client’s invoice: ‘I don’t know what I did wrong’

  • An Australian woman has shared her bill from a tradesman on March 15, 2022
  • Under the headline ‘work completed’ he wrote ‘deal with customers from hell’
  • The homeowner was confused by the statement and said they hadn’t been rude
  • Facebook users told her to report him and not use his services again 

An Australian tradesman has offended a female homeowner by leaving a very unusual payment on her bill for having to ‘deal with customers from hell’.

The rude comment was written under an area of the bill titled ‘work completed’, which included disconnecting and relocating the arc switch in the bedroom for a sliding cavity and running the power for the fridge.

The woman who received the special note posted about it on Facebook, asking what would compel a tradesman to write such a snide remark.

The rude comment was written under an area of the bill titled'work completed', which included disconnecting and relocating the arc switch in the bedroom for a sliding cavity and running the power for the fridge (stock image)

The rude comment was written under an area of the bill titled ‘work completed’, which included disconnecting and relocating the arc switch in the bedroom for a sliding cavity and running the power for the fridge (stock image)

The woman who received the special note posted about it on Facebook, asking what would compel a tradesman to write such a snide remark

The woman who received the special note posted about it on Facebook, asking what would compel a tradesman to write such a snide remark

‘I have no problem with the cost,’ she said. ‘I don’t know how it works but he was subcontracted by my builder.

‘He was there to do a couple of small jobs with power points and light switches so the cavity doors could go in. We need other work done but the power box needs an upgrade and has two asbestos boards in it.

‘He was explaining what needed to happen and what he couldn’t and wouldn’t do and I wasn’t really understanding so I guess he was annoyed at having to explain it too much?’

The woman admitted to sending a follow up question in an email which he was ‘rude’ about too but she couldn’t see how any of their discussions had led to the ‘bill’.

The woman admitted to sending a follow up question in an email which he was'rude' about too but she couldn't see how any of their discussions had led to the'bill'

The woman admitted to sending a follow up question in an email which he was ‘rude’ about too but she couldn’t see how any of their discussions had led to the ‘bill’

‘Just don’t use him anymore,’ one woman suggested.  

‘Let your builder know and send this forward. As a builder ourselves we always want to know how our customers are being treated by tradesmen. If he’s done this to you there’s a good chance he’s pissed off others, and it reflects on the builder too,’ said another.

A third added: ‘That’s a disappointing thing to see on an invoice. It does seem like a very cheap bill though but that’s terrible unprofessional’.

While there were plenty of individuals who felt as though the bill should be amended, others were curious to know if there was more to the story.

‘I’m so intrigued… what did you do to this man?’ One woman asked.

‘Oh dear, perhaps you weren’t as nice as you thought…’ said another. 

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