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Sometimes Customer Request are So Over the Top ECPs Can’t Possibly Grant Them

Honestly, the fact that they even ask is crazy.

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  • I had a customer call me after closing time and tell me his lens fell out of his Maui Jims. He said, “My wife and I are at dinner and we just ordered. Could you drive here and fix my glasses for me? I have a golf game tomorrow.” The restaurant was only about 10 minutes from my shop but unfortunately my father was in the hospital at the time and I had to go see him. The customer wasn’t really happy about it but he eventually came in before I left so I could fix his glasses. — Julie U., Jupiter, FL
  • I had a customer from one of our satellite locations call me to report on an employee that was “real nasty to me.” In between colorful descriptions of “that dragon lady,” it became evident that the employee had politely insisted the customer pay the balance overdue on her previous five routine visits before she scheduled her next appointment. — Jen H., Sandpoint, ID

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