Book: How to Complain - ...and get what you deserve by Deb Grahamcategories: Book, Products, Frugal Living, Complaints, Consumer Protecion, Consumer Advocate, Customer Service, Free Products, Shopping, Save Money, Humor, Service Industry, Consumer Protection
Deb Grahamabout this book: Tired of feeling like the low man on the totem pole, taken advantage of by corporations? Do you think customer service is a thing of the past? Are you tired of shoddy products, and wasting your money? Get what you deserve! This humorous book is easy to read, and chock full of ways to make your voice heard, to get what you pay for, to stand out, all without being a whining, griping jerk. Let me teach you ways to make your voice heard, to stand out in a sea of resigned consumers, I'll show you how to get what you deserve.
On top of that, it really pays off! Companies reward consumers who speak up, whether it's with a complaint or a compliment. In my own life, these gestures of good will have ranged from hundreds of vouchers for free products in my mailbox to pay offs as large as a free 7-day cruise vacation for two, and a '68 fire engine red Mustang. Is it worth speaking up, you ask? Of course it is! Let me show you how to be heard---it's easy!
The average American complains an average of twenty times a day! We complain about the weather, the politicians, the neighbors ...we mutter, we grouse, we gripe, but we do not expect results. Think of all that negative energy being generated---and for no purpose at all!
Corporations figure that for every person who brings an issue to their attention, another 100 feel the same way, but don't tell them. Instead, they tell their friends, social media, their co workers, and all that animosity builds up towards a company or product, without them even knowing why. Companies are quick to reward consumers who speak up, just to stem that tide.
Let me show you how to go through life happily, and when you come upon some product or service that is truly complaint-worthy, to complain effectively, then put it behind you. Let me show you how to complain, as needed, and actually make a difference. You are of value; make your voice heard effectively.
I'm surprising good at getting results. I have saved more money than I can tell you by not paying for faulty products, and even more by using the vouchers for free products that companies almost always send. I'm often surprised at the genuinely appreciative letter I receive from companies who really do want happy customers, and appreciate being told where they have let me down.
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