Do you lie to your customers? In 2000 I started working for this company. the first 2 yrs were great as I was doing commercial plumbing and I had a really great boss. When work slowed down in 2002 they ask me to go work in a different department. (sewer and water line repairs) Well this guy knew very little about plumbing he was hired to be a salesmen and to get jobs for the company. Well we would go into peoples homes to unstop a kitchen sink that was full of grease and he would tell them that all thier waste pipe was bad and had to be replaced even after I told him that the plumbing was ok. Another example I went into a house to fix a leaking solder joint on a water heater. He came in there and told the people that all thier copper pipe was rotten and needed to be replaced. when i told him that there was nothing wrong with the pipe he told me not to say anything to them. After he left the homeowner approached me and and ask me about the pipe. Well I don't like lying so I reluctantly told him that I saw nothing wrong with the pipe. So I just fixed the leak and the owner thanked me for my honesty I went back to the shop. When my supervisor ask me why I was back so soon I told him that the owner ask me what I thought about the pipe and that he decided not to replace it. Well my supervisor jumped all over me telling me I made him look bad in front of that customer. My question is was I wrong in telling the customer the truth? When I approached my supervisors boss and told him what happened he just made a joke about it. This is just one instant there are many more. I won't even mention what he would do when we started doing sewer lateral lining.