Praise and compliments - Great service

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If you've had a good experience with a company, it's not always that obvious where you can send your positive feedback - that's why Resolver offers the option of complimenting a company.

You should know
  • A compliment is always a welcome form of feedback
  • If you want others to know about your good experiences you could also think about sharing your experiences on the social channels of the company concerned 

Companies are always keen to hear of your good experiences, as well as rectifying the bad.

This is why Resolver offers the option for you to send a company a note of your good experiences, whether it's related to a service, a product, a booking process, or how a customer service issue has been handled.


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