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'''Customer service''' is the department of an organization that responds to inquiries or complaints from customers.<ref>[http://www.answers.com/topic/customer-service Answers.com]</ref> It is integral to a good business as good customer service will ensure that the customer returns to the business, whereas bad customer service almost makes it certain that the customer will not return, regardless of the other merits of the organization.
'''Customer service''' is the department of an organization that responds to inquiries or complaints from customers.<ref>{{cite web|date=2014|title=Customer service|url=http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/customer-service?q=Customer+Service|work=Oxford Dictionaries|publisher=Oxford University Press|accessdate=22 April 2014}}</ref> It is integral to a good business as good customer service will ensure that the customer returns to the business, whereas bad customer service almost makes it certain that the customer will not return, regardless of the other merits of the organization.


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Customer service is the department of an organization that responds to inquiries or complaints from customers.[1] It is integral to a good business as good customer service will ensure that the customer returns to the business, whereas bad customer service almost makes it certain that the customer will not return, regardless of the other merits of the organization.

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  1. Customer service. Oxford Dictionaries. Oxford University Press (2014). Retrieved on 22 April 2014.