We don’t ALL Lie to our Customers !


A team mate of mine recently posted about lying to his event attendees.

I just want to go on the record for MY North Eastern USA Event Attendees that most of the MSDN Events guys, and certainly those on the EAST COAST – don’t indulge in this practice.

“I don’t know”, and “I can’t say” are honest ways not to jeopardize ones job.  

For the record……..

Lying to customers = BAD, being truthful = GOOD !


Comments (4)

  1. SBC says:

    I have attended several events over the past few years that Joe has presided over and I can safely state that he doesn’t lie to his customers – he just drowns them with MSFT "swag" like t-shirts, books, CDs, pens, etc.. which are equally painful.. 😉

    ..(just kidding Joe)..

  2. Rory says:

    I think you’re kidding, Joe, but just to make sure, I was, too – I didn’t lie to anybody.

    In other words, I lied about the lying 🙂

  3. Steven says:

    You could always turn Mr. Blyths statement to truth. Do a good security audit of Notepad (especially that icon — who know what back doors that will open?) and mark the new notepad as safe!

  4. Julie Lerman says:

    LOL – I think SBC is onto something!!