20 Times Tech Support People Encountered Hilariously Worst Cases Ever



Once in a while, tech support people are persuaded to deal with problematic clients and situations. Expectedly, customers are normally frustrated, but sometimes equally just chat too much. Proper handling of these frustrating clients is, however, important to building customer loyalty.

Well, there’s this subreddit called r/techsupportgore and undeniably its given name describes what’s see on the medium. From wired server room of a hospital appearing like a jungle to the ancient ruin of ASUS, some of these nightmarish cases are so bad that you can’t help but feel for these individuals who fixed them.

Carefully check out the photos and don’t forget to applaud or perhaps a tech support friend and family as much as you can. Enjoy!

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#1 Fan Made Lot Of Noise. I Taped It Up

ako_123

#2 The ‘This Isn’t A Touchscreen’ Advise Should Have Been Sounded Louder

benjo1989

#3 The Jungle Wired Scenario

D787

#4 Internet Stopped As Something Was Unplugged

Kharenis

#5 This Owner Hammered The USB Receiver So It Appears Flat

Viciouspom

#6 Never Forget To Tip Your Server

_w0xy

#7 Owner Dropped This A Day After Super Bowl

SirReginaldIT

#8 Grandpa Felt The Headphone Port Was For A Screw

endmethanks

#9 Drilled Holes In Mouse

Precastpie

#10 IPhone Peeled Off While Getting Rid Of A Crack

Ferbel

#11 The Keen Unpack Of A New Mouse

mrfoyl

#12 Client Placed A Heater Next To A PC. She Perceived Burning Couple Of Times

Dragon_Khan

#13 The Scattered Room Of A Hospital

The_Revolutionary

#14 Issue Read: Camera Flicks To Fuzzy Brown Photos Frequently

RandomITpro

#15 Even After Refill, Printer Isn’t Working

MirrorlikeTent

#16 What’s The Problem Here?

TheAnswerToYang

#17 The Olden Ruins Of ASUS

3 years ago

#18 PC Shutdown Suddenly. The Dust Is Real

Rennsport_Dota

#19 Space Heater Not Working Effectively

Majahzi

#20 The Perfect Space To Set Up Candles

kjb0419