Have you ever been fired by your service provider?

Walking out on business because of poor quality services is nothing out of the ordinary, but what happens when you are dismissed as a client?

Azania shares an awkward encounter with a trusted hair salon, and listeners speak on some of their own experiences.

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This article first appeared on 702 : Have you ever been fired by your service provider?


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