Dear Angry Customer, Don’t be like The Game.

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By: Customer’s Poet

Not sure what’s going on in the music industry this week but the media has been stewing over with Hip Hop beefs.

Just this week Kid Cudi shared his feelings towards Kanye West and Drake. Now, The Game is going after Meek Mill full force.

According to TMZ.com, while in Miami Beach someone in a Mustang convertible fired multiple shots into a white Mercedes-Benz G associated with The Game.

[See The Game’s response]

While this kind of behavior may work for the entertainment industry, when it comes to customer service, going from 0 to 100 real quick via an online rant may not be in your best interest as a customer. Considering the SLAPP Laws try this instead.

Just Breathe

Take the time to breathe and relax before taking to the web to vent as you don’t want to post something that you may later regret.

Change your body motions

According to life coach, entrepreneur Tony Robbins we do behaviors. Consciously think about the way you move your body (your physiology) and change it. Instead of sulking over a bad customer service experience then taking to the net to vent, go straight to the source. Write and email a letter to the company directly. We prefer targeting the CEO or the top dog for more immediate changes.

As always be smart, be savvy, and equip.


Ever been wronged by big companies and left to feel small.  Well you’re not alone!

Join Secret Eyes for #AllCustomersMatter Campaign Day. A day long campaign to bringing global awareness to the growing issue of unethical company practices and poor customer service.

Show your support by purchasing a shirt or hoodie today, wearing it on Black Friday, and photographing yourself wearing it using #AllCustomersMatter.

Together we will change customer service one company and customer at a time.

 

 

 

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