No business can survive without customers. Thus high quality of customer service is as important as high quality of the products you provide. It’s obvious that failing your customers, no matter how difficult they are, can lose your company a great deal of business.
However, sometimes we deal with customers who act like they were sent from hell and their main purpose is to make customer service team frustrated, worked up and empty. As a customer service manager I have been dealing with angry customers for many years. They don’t want to act like that, but due to some circumstances they do this. Let’s find out why! […]
Olga is a customer service expert and owner at Supportyourcustomer.com. She is writer and blogger on customer service and customer experience excellence.