March 26, 2015

WATCH: Trolls pretend to work at Apple store, tell customers to buy Microsoft or Samsung

Rebel Staff

What happens when you dress up and pretend to work at the Apple store and turn customers away from Apple products?

A new video by NelkFilmz answers that question.

During the course of the video, customers are shocked to have 'Apple employees' suggest Microsoft products. One even thought he was being paid under the table by the rival company.

In the end, actual employees caught on to the stunt and told the imposters to leave. They did, but not before making a scene.

“I quit. Everyone should go to Microsoft! Microsoft everybody! Microsoft!”

Check it out if you need a cheap laugh.

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commented 2015-03-27 22:25:39 -0400
PETER BABICH, you think after market data cables don’t fully function because it’s a security feature? Seriously? Apple does that so you you’re forced to buy their accessories to get full functionality. It has nothing to do with security, it has to do with profit.
commented 2015-03-27 09:11:23 -0400
were they paid to do this or are they mr. softie groupie’s…
commented 2015-03-27 01:12:01 -0400
This will not change much l, if you want to be with the in-crowd you get an Apple or you want to get something done you buy Microsoft products.
I like my surface pro 3 and my Nokia Lumia 1020, they work together really well.
commented 2015-03-26 21:59:45 -0400
My Nokia Lumia Windows Phone is 3 years old, I’ve carried it every day yet it still looks new. It’s been dropped screen down on concrete and its been in the rain yet the screen is not cracked and it works properly. I do not keep it in case, a case is unnecessary. I paid $130 for it outright. I’ll probably soon get a new phone like the Lumia 635 or Moto E but this one will still be handy to keep around as an MP3 Player, web browser, FM radio, mobile Word, Excel and Powerpoint editor and email client. The iPhone has certain advantages but many smartphones today have 95% of its features for 25% of its cost.
commented 2015-03-26 21:27:43 -0400
Some people have way too much time on their hands.
commented 2015-03-26 20:48:58 -0400
Missed a point there, also recommending Samsung, well they do not work well with Microsoft, they dumped us with the Windows Phone, never again Samsung, so not just an MS story.
commented 2015-03-26 20:46:46 -0400
What a bunch of Apple cult followers on this page, Apple biggest company in the world, largest profits, where did that come from? YOUR POCKETS. Maybe this poaching in the Apple store was not good, not debat9ing that. But I think a good idea of saving people from been sucked into the Apple propriety everything cult. Those who do not like Windows 8, how does Microsoft win?, before 8 people moaned Microsoft not changing, then they move to a new system, oh! my we hate this. It is a good operating system if people would just learn it, it has all teh Win 7 features, can even make the desktop look like Win 7, the funnest to me is when people go from Windows 7/8 to Apple, yikes, could no put effort into learning the new stuff in 8, but can willing go through the pain of learning a COMPLETELY different system, oh! its cool its iApple, must be good. People lose out with best eco system with windows 8, phone, tablet, main computer all one system, my $99.00 tablet does all the same applications, no don’t need to but Apps, as on my powerfully, max memory PC, OK slower, Duh! its a tablet.
commented 2015-03-26 19:42:30 -0400
Or windows 8? Regardless, I’ll never use Microsoft again
commented 2015-03-26 19:13:22 -0400
This comes from my IT tech. Windows XP has a program installed that allows Microsoft to access and run your computer without your knowledge. The ding that you hear is when you use aftermarket phone chargers for Apple, they don’t allow data transfer. You need original Apple data cables
commented 2015-03-26 19:00:42 -0400
smells like lawsuit
commented 2015-03-26 18:56:51 -0400
These fools just opened themselves up to huge law suits. What a bunch off idiots.
commented 2015-03-26 18:48:19 -0400
Don’t think it’s funny. It’s mean. To the customers.

I was hacked by a link someone posted on this site. It pretended to be Apple too. Had an Apple website address and an Apple phone number. They wanted remote access to my computer to fix the bug they planted – and $180. to fix it – and when I said I’d check with my own expert, they threatened to destroy my computer. I gave all the information I had about it to RCMP that filed it as an identity theft scam and gave me an incident number.

Let people make up their own minds about products.