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Silence Kills

I had to call United’s 800-number the other day to change an existing ticket. At each step of modifying my ticket, the customer service rep would have to key in some data and then there would be this long silence. I couldn’t hear him typing or even a single breath. I assumed he was still […] The post Silence Kills appeared first on McLellan Marketing Group.
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