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November 26, 2008

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Carolyn Jung

It's the way of the world now, sadly. It takes three times as long to get a problem taken care of because it takes forever to either get through voicemail hell or to reach an actual human being. Ahhh, who says technology is always an improvement??

lulu

I've gotten non-responsive replies like that from various sources. It makes me wonder whether the people hired to reply to customers' emails are just cutting-and-pasting any old response to quickly move the question out of their inbox, knowing that if you have a follow-up email it'll likely end up with someone else.

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