A Not Always Right Customer: The Winning Definition Is…

| Right | January 20, 2012

Earlier this week, we asked you what you thought the best definition of a customer that is Not Always Right was from the submissions on our Facebook page.

The tally is in! Click the “more…” link to find out which was the most popular definition:

What Is A Not Always Right Customer?
A Not Always Right customer is one that is 1. Trying to get something for nothing; 2. Abusing the employee for one reason or another (trying to get their own way, or for the fun of it); 3. Doesn’t realize they’re wrong
(Winner with 32%, 3,834 Votes)

Congratulations to Rebecca H., the person who submitted this great definition!

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