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• Weigh the cost of complying with or refusing the
• If you choose to comply, open with the good news.
• Use the body of the message to respectfully educate
the customer about steps needed to avoid a similar
outcome in the future.
• Close with an appreciation for the customer’s business.
C. Responding when a third party is at fault
• Evaluate the situation and review your company’s
policies before responding.
• Avoid placing blame; focus on the solution.
• Regardless of who is responsible for resolving the
situation, let the customer know what will happen to
resolve the problem. ment. In some transactions, the customer might not even be aware that third parties were
No general scheme applies to every case involving a third party, so evaluate the situation carefully and know your company’s policies before responding. For instance, an online
retailer and the companies that manufacture its merchandise might have an agreement
specifying that the manufacturers automatically handle all complaints about product
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2013 for the course ECON 830 taught by Professor Shahlasultaova during the Fall '12 term at Khazar University.
- Fall '12