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Old 07-18-2012, 01:19 PM   #15
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I also like how the message always says. "your call is important to us". If it was so important wouldn't you think they'd have more reps answering the phones??

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Old 07-19-2012, 08:25 PM   #16
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Another thing that really gets me to believe in everything I am told is when you say "please listen closely as our menu options have changed". they haven't changed menu options in the last 30 years.

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Old 07-19-2012, 08:56 PM   #17
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I guess a lot has to do with the organization that you are dealing with. I've ordered a lot of stuff from Amazon. Everything arrived when it was supposed to. This week, I've had a problem with a laptop power cord that I ordered.

I found their "help" button on the website. They asked me to put in my phone number and 15 seconds later my phone rang. I had an agent on line in less than 30 seconds. They asked me to wait one more day. Tonight, the same routine with the same parameters. I got an agent who helped me get the product and waved the expedited shipping fees. While it took longer than I wanted, the resolution pleased me and there was no waiting involved.

I wish that everyone I do business with would be that responsive.
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Old 07-19-2012, 09:34 PM   #18
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I got a Cabelas credit card several years ago and anytime I call the phone is answered quickly and politely by a live individual from Lincoln Nebraska who says thank you for calling Cabelas bank this is (insert name) how may I help you. This past Jan we opened a Royal Caribbean credit card through BOA to get points on cruises and contacting them to correct their mess is a nightmare. last time was 34 minutes on hold to speak with someone who put us on hold for another 17 minutes. The next time will be to cancel
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Old 07-19-2012, 10:00 PM   #19
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Love Amazon. Fast service and great customer service. I've started using them over Ebay because a few more $$ and you are secure you will have a happy ending...
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Just ordered a Gen-Turi generator exhaust system for the 'bago from Amazon. Best price anywhere I could find, with Amazon Prime I get "free" two day shipping.
Amazon's goal is to get to same day shipping. They are building fulfillment centers across the US. I think the S&B retailers are in trouble.
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Seem to me, some where along the way,(is that the name of a song?) business has forgotten who the customer is.

You can't fix stupid but you can vote them out!
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Seem to me, some where along the way,(is that the name of a song?) business has forgotten who the customer is.

You can't fix stupid but you can vote them out!

Not till we get rid of the stupid voters!!!

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How about press 1 for English @&€#

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