What’s Your Preferred Communication Gateway?

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  1. Definitely email for me too.

  2. Scott Pearce says:

    I was just thinking about this yesterday and agree that email is preferred.

    What I find frustrating is when I initiate contact with someone such as a vendor etc. I usually do so by email and ask them to reply to me by email. They will often then call the office day after day leaving messages for me instead of just sending me the simple answer I’ve asked for.

    I use this example constantly to remind our managers to be aware of our customers preferred communication method and to always use that first.

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