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God Bless AmericaNS

I don't have much time to explain the story behind this post but in short Americans know how to do business and know exactly how to build a base of satisfied customers, GOD BLESS THEM!

[tags] americans, customer care [/tags]


  1. I know the story. Glad you're getting what you paid for without the hassle.

  2. Jad, whats the catch? :D I'll take the blessing for what it appears with no hidden sarcasm...thank you!

  3. ok, so when you have time, can we have a comment explaining the story behind this post ? :)

  4. OK, Dave's comment gives me a clue. Your cool new camera that Dave brought over broke, and the company honored the warranty, sa7?

    Dave, hey guy!! Howz that blessed country?

  5. i dont know the story but was working with a customer support team for customers in USA and i know what u talking about :) and even with the team im working with now which is awaaay from customer support but the most important thing is customer. . i wish other companies here have the same values ...

  6. Jano, we have some things to learn from our Lebanese friends about customer service, that's for sure.

    The last time I bought something from fun directory, and it broke I sent them my PC to fix it, it came back fixed, but they also switched my CPU (which had nothing to do with the malfunctioning part) with a cheaper one. They replaced it when I complained, but the point is I'd never go back there, and I tell everyone I know what happened.


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