Wisdom holds that in business the customer is always right. But in some situations that may not be true. How do you decide whether to accommodate an unreasonable customer?
Of course, most companies want to do their very best to keep customers happy. But what if a customer demands something that doesn't fit within your current company policy? How do you determine whether the customer should be right?
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This Week's Dilemma
We have a policy that we don't replace items after seven calendar days. Yet, we get customers arguing that we should replace their broken purchase after the seven days are up. How far should we take the "customer is always right?"
—Philip, Product Manager
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