Have you ever felt like reaching over and hugging the person behind the counter? Have you felt like reaching over and beating the person up? We all have our good and bad customer service stories. Below are real life examples of a good and a bad customer service encounters. Then the conclusion of what makes a company provide either the good or bad experience to their customers.
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