Robolawyer startup DoNotPay launched Robo Revenge. It enables users to sue any US-based company that spams you with robocalls. The service generates a fake credit card number that you give to the telemarketer. Once they use it, their details are then recorded in the system.
The robocaller’s details and then helps you sue them for as much as $3,000. The service is live now on DoNotPay’s website and in its app.
In a Dimensional Research survey sponsored by Zendesk in 2013: What makes for a BAD interaction? 72% said it was having to explain a problem to multiple people 51 % on the problem not being resolved.
Not only are customers most frustrated with the way customer service issues are handled, 58 percent said they were more likely to share customer service experiences today than they were five years ago, with more and more people sharing experiences on social networking sites and writing online reviews
KLM is the Dutch airline that evolved its use of Twitter in unexpected ways. They originally used twitter as a platform for social media marketing. They quickly realized that it could also be used as a platform for communicating service disruptions. This proved invaluable during the 2011 Iceland volcano eruption.