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    Can you help me?

    I am going for a working interview tomorrow as a customer service person, the post is new to this particulat company, and I have little customer service experience.

    Part of my job will be responding to difficult compaints after i have researched the actualities of the complaint. Can someone give me an idea of what to write in such letters, in order to impress my potential interviewer.

    Many thanks

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    Re: Letter Writing

    The body of the letter will depend upon whether you're accepting or denying their claim. In either case, it doesn't hurt to open with:

    Thank you for your (letter/comment/whatever) of (date). ABC Company is constantly striving to improve customer service, and we could not do that without the valuable input from people like you.

    In regards to your complaint.....(insert your findings here, are you going to refund their money, or are they out of luck).

    We thank you again for your input, and hope to be of service to you in the future.

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