Never let a customer settle

Mayflower II with her lifeboats
Creative Commons License photo credit: joiseyshowaa

Some customers have enough confidence not to settle for poor treatment by a vendor.

Others solve the problem by deciding never to come back.

If a customer settles for something, it’s because the business they’re dealing with let them do so.

The confusing thing about those businesses is that it takes just as much time to run a poor business as it does a strong one.

Don’t ever let a customer settle.

2 thoughts on “Never let a customer settle”

  1. I like the message you were trying to deliver with this post. If your business is allowing customers to settle then that means you’re business isn’t doing it’s job in providing great service.

    You’re customers should never have to settle when they come to you. And I agree, it definitely takes just as much time to run a poor business as it does a good one.

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