Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The Core Netiquette of Complaints - Netiquette IQ Blog Of 3/29/17

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Complaints are a sensitive type of email and can likely go awry. Can they be effective? Can they keep a civil tone? Read below for a good set of principals to use when a complaint letter is necessary.

 

The Netiquette of Complaints

         Creating an effective complaint email can be particularly challenging in maintaining Netiquette. By the time a complaining email is composed and sent, there is probably a significant amount of time, loss of service, or inconvenience and, most significantly, anger and frustration. The general inclination for many would be a communication with rough language, reprimands, threats, demands, and unmistakably negative tone.

        Unlike face-to-face complaints, an email can be ignored, quickly discarded, never read, or be “auto replied” to. In order to increase the likelihood of a complaint having some results and effects, the following items should be taken into consideration:
1.       Utilize all forms of Netiquette.
2.       Identify the proper recipients.
3.       Determine the processes companies have put into place and follow them.
4.       Be concise and to the point.
5.      State what the expected result was presumed or intended to be.
6.       State what the result actually was and provide the difference of relevant effects (i.e. loss of time, money, or other negative impact).
7.       Detail a solution—be specific. Include reasonable goals, such as time to resolve, objectives, or needs.
8.       Request a response with a realistic schedule.
9.       Verify you have addressed the correct person or department. Ask for the right one if needed.
10.    Request a response that your correspondence has been received. (This is not  number eight above, which is a resolution outline.)
11.    Show open-mindedness and willingness to cooperate rather than a demand for a single solution.
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Over the past twenty-five years, I have enjoyed a dynamic and successful career and have attained an extensive background in IT and electronic communications by selling and marketing within the information technology market.