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by JP Carlos3 years ago
Many sales professionals especially the old schools ones often tell me that the customers are always right. Because of this, many of them simply bow down to what the customers want even if the request is illogical...
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
Whether we’re working for a larger company, running our own businesses, or even just interfacing with parents (as a teacher) or readers (as a Hubber), we all provide some sort of customer service to people. How can we...
by Shadesbreath7 years ago
Ixxy made an interesting comment on a hub I wrote where I was having a little sarcastic melt down about the unfathomably horrific service I got from a visit to Lowes. I was going to respond to it in the comments,...
by Person of Interest3 years ago
And that definitely includes spammers."You no longer need someone's email address to send them an email..."Google+ user? Might want to read this... http://www.theverge.com/2014/1/9/529231 … ign=buffer
by Anna Taylor6 years ago
I'm happy to be called a Queen of Customer Service. However, there are many times that I think to myself: Are these poeple or busineses just waiting for me to stop by and put a spotlight on their beyond unprofessional...
by teachergeek7 years ago
Anyone else had to deal with Lexmark? I have had a very interesting week---I wish I could say it was all good. Not only was their response not too positive but their costumer service person wasn't very nice...
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