Customer satisfaction requires more than satisfactory service
No, the customer is NOT always right; but the customer does always have the right to make the final buying decision. Therefore, the way a prospective buyer is treated really does matter- with respect to their initial buy, their future purchase considerations and for the story they tell of their experience.
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