How to Complain and Get Results
It helps to complain as soon as you know you have a problem. The more recent your experience, the greater the weight your complaint will carry. Also, memories fade, records get buried, and work staff gets replaced.
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To breach the customer service walls of the service provider/company, and successfully resolve your complaint, you must use the three p’s: patience, persistence, and politeness.
If it seems you are being neglected, apply leverage by complaining on social media, also known as Twitter shaming.
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