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Most satisfied that Barry came and took a look at our project himself to be sure that they would be able to do a No. 1 job on our bath. It shows me that they care that the job is done right. They added a special touch by sending us large plush towels after the completion of the job as thank you gif... more
They were really professional and did everything they were supposed to do.
This was the easiest and most amazing process! It was better than I expected. My designer, Patty, was phenomenal! Patty quickly understood what we were try to accomplish, at our next meeting she was up to speed on everything. I have used a lot of designers in the past and the experience was always v... more
They did a very good job.
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When a survey contains the "Review" question, that customer's answer will show up on the member's profile page as a public review. Members have the option to turn off reviews but cannot hide individual reviews. It's all or nothing. This means that any reviews you see on a GuildQuality profile page are real comments left by the customer and verified by GuildQuality.
Each item listed under "Customer satisfaction" represents a specific question asked by GuildQuality to customers of Article Publishing Site as part of our survey process. The bar graph and percentage next to the question stand for the percentage of respondents that were "Satisfied" about that particular question.
A customer is considered satisfied about about a question if they answered with 4 or more stars out of 5. For example if the "Communication" question is at 95% satisfaction that means that 95% of survey respondents answered that question with 4 or more stars out of 5 possible stars.More about surveys