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When a customer service employee can't answer a question or solve a problem, but in that typical polite British way instinctively replying "Thanks for your help" anyway, and then feeling awful as you walk away realising that it may have come across as sarcastic

When a customer service employee can't answer a question or solve a problem, but in that typical polite British way instinctively replying "Thanks for your help" anyway, and then feeling awful as you walk away realising that it may have come across as sarcastic

Miffly

They all seem to have to ask if there's anything else they can do to help you, at the end of the call. I recently had to deal with Plusnet's 'award winning customer service', where the woman on the end of the phone was less than useless. She ended the call asking if she could help me with anything else...