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In case you’re measuring how many times your customers get frustrated

Astonishing high number of unread emails
Was email the demiseĀ of USPS monopoly? Random photo of someone’s unread emails. Wow.

 

The post office clerk held the credit card and government issued photo id (driver’s license) of the person shipping a box of books.

The name on the photo id and the name on the credit card matched perfectly, even matched the face of the guy standing there.

Years ago his car was broken into, wallet taken, and deputy conducting the report advised to write ‘See Photo” in place of a signature.

The post office will not accept this.

Even though the photo, face, and names match.

In case you’re measuring how many times your customers get frustrated, please count this one, he said.

First world problems.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

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