Is Lying to Sales Prospects Ever OK

first_imgSimple answer? No. Never.When a salesperson lies to a client, they’re staking more than just the deal on their deception. But sales professional Colleen Francis has noted a strange phenomenon in her industry. At times, even salespeople would describe other salespeople as “untrustworthy.” It’s a strange occurrence, she notes.A salesperson that is repeatedly caught fibbing will hurt their reputation as well as that of the company, writes Francis, and such an offense will not be taken lightly by any employer.Many salespeople miss opportunities simply because of their dishonesty. No sales process or sales methodology should rely on lies to gain a competitive advantage, Francis says. For more on why lying to sales prospects is always unacceptable, read the full article.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img

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