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How to say “no” to your customers without making them furious

You cannot generally give your clients all that they need. It is totally impractical (and terrible for your business) to provide a high-end customer support outsourcing services at very low rates just because your client wants. Similarly, you cannot agree on any type of payment installment, or return full charge-backs on your services without exception. You should know how to say “No” to your clients.Above all, there are situations when things turn out badly. Server crashes. Mistakes happen.…See More
May 3, 2017
Live Chat Support posted a blog post

How to say “no” to your customers without making them furious

You cannot generally give your clients all that they need. It is totally impractical (and terrible for your business) to provide a high-end customer support outsourcing services at very low rates just because your client wants. Similarly, you cannot agree on any type of payment installment, or return full charge-backs on your services without exception. You should know how to say “No” to your clients.Above all, there are situations when things turn out badly. Server crashes. Mistakes happen.…See More
May 3, 2017
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How to say “no” to your customers without making them furious

Posted on May 3, 2017 at 6:19am 0 Comments

You cannot generally give your clients all that they need. It is totally impractical (and terrible for your business) to provide a high-end customer support outsourcing services at very low rates just because your client wants. Similarly, you cannot agree on any type of payment installment, or return full charge-backs on your services without exception. You should know how to say “No” to your clients.

Above all, there are situations when things turn out badly. Server crashes. Mistakes…

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