Customers are the maddest they’ve been in decades, study says
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In this story published March 30, 2023, on Money Talks News:
The survey of 1,000 Americans conducted by Arizona State University’s business school, which has run since 2003, has uncovered a record number of problems with products and services. Nearly 75% of those surveyed reported having a problem with a product or service in the past year, and 63% of those said they feel rage about the experience.
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