Ross Miller, who has Alzheimer’s, went to The Source in Toronto to buy a TV.
Instead a salesperson sold him a Bell Fibe TV package, a landline, a tablet and two-year contracts for high-speed internet and a cell phone.
And no TV. @cbcErica
@spacelagace | 1,029 followers
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The worst part of this article is the employee who spoke anonymously about @Bell unethical selling practices because they're afraid that Bell will fire them. What a crooked world we live in where good people will work for bad companies even when it goes against their own ethics.

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In reply to @spacelagace
My guess is many more people work against their ethics in order to pay rent
In reply to @spacelagace
I remember working for @telusmobility and there was an elderly lady who called in to cancel the $10 plan as she couldn’t afford it. I told her she could still call 911 without a plan (this was tru at the time). I got “coached” about that. I didn’t care. It was the right thing.
In reply to @spacelagace
Agreed. I am not a fan of Bell. I also just want to gently suggest that, if possible, a family member should probably go with someone, with Alzheimer's to make a purchase like this. Just to err on thw safer side of things. Sadly it doesn't surprise me that this man was exploited.
So he is worried they might fire him for screwing his customers.....which he did soooo well! Who said anything about good people. They got caught and SUDDENLY they are reformed scum who take advantage of elderly under orders. Sounds familiar!
In reply to @spacelagace
As a employee of Bell, no we do not support this at all. We are taught ethical sales practices and not to sell to people under the influences of drugs or alch, etc. This would be a management issue if their pushing their employees to do cut-throat sales.
In reply to @spacelagace
Bell is a shithole company they just proved it. @bellcanadahater 👀


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