Customer perceptions about credit card communications are likely a source of dissatisfaction, says JD Power. Here's what we found!
With deep market saturation, continual launch of new programs and reinvention of existing programs, there is a high degree of churn and upward pressure on brands' credit card reward programs. However, these marketing communications create opportunities to build customer loyalty.
Many financial institutions invest in ongoing marketing campaigns that target cardholders who are simply carrying the wrong credit card. We explain how this happens and how to fix it, including tactics that increase spend, share of wallet and customer satisfaction.
This just in: Facebook gets an “F” in customer satisfaction. Yes, in a survey released this month, the American Customer Satisfaction Index reports that Facebook has scored a surprisingly low 64 points out of a possible 100. “This puts Facebook in the bottom 5 per cent of all measured private-sector companies, and in the same range as airlines and cable companies, two perennially low-scoring industries with terrible customer satisfaction,” reports the ACSI. The site has even lower satisfaction than IRS e-filers. Ouch. How can this be? How can the most visited site on the Internet also be among the most despised?