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Pazzanese, Christina. 2007. To get a train-delay refund, you must click the link. Boston Globe. Boston, Mass.: Oct 21.
The dollar volume involved is not great, but customers remain frustrated and angry. Analyze the reason for the customers? frustration. Refer to the background articles and any other sources (but not wikipedia ? too many inaccuracies). What might cause the problem? Most important: Why do you think so
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The dollar volume involved is not great, but customers remain frustrated and angry. Analyze the reason for the customers? Frustration. Refer to the background articles and any other sources (but not Wikipedia ? too many inaccuracies). What might cause the problem? Most important: Why do you think so.
The dollar volume involved may not be great but customers remain frustrated and angry. MBTA riders are angry when their trains reach late. They have been promised a free-round trip fare if they click a link, however, their frustration increases when they are asked to fill up a form and then wait for a confirmatory e-mail. This e-mail has a link which the customer is supposed to click. In reality, the customer is frustrated because all his requests for refunds are not processed and he does not get an e-mail for a rejected claim. Moreover, the customer is angry and frustrated because he does not know which claim has been responded to favorably. There is no cover mail mentioning the travel date and train number.
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