Have you ever dated someone, who when you met, was absolutely perfect? They did all the right things, said all the right things and truly seemed to walk on water. However, after a “significant event” in the relationship, they seem to change. You notice that they are not as attentive as they were early on in the relationship, you notice that don’t always keep their word, and you notice that they are causing you more problems than they are solving.
Welcome to your relationship with a bad salesperson. Once your sale, or “significant event”, has happened, they go from walking on water to running your through the mud.
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