Where do I find the Customer Care System?
Every single review you collect will have its own customer care system bubble. As you can see in the screenshot above, it is located on the right-hand side. You will need to click on the customer care system for the review you are wanting to manage.
Utilizing the Customer Care System
Below are some screenshots on how to handle and respond to negative reviews.
Submit review to Shopper Approved:
In order to submit a review to Shopper Approved for removal, it will need to fall within our guidelines:
- Vulgar language
- Proprietary information, like coupon codes
- Personal information - email, phone number, etc.
- Blatant inaccuracies about your website, or product/services
You will want to include as much information as possible regarding the reasons for submitting the review, including links to screenshots if possible. Shopper Approved will then look into the submission and determine if we can remove it or not.
If the review does not fall within our guidelines for removal we suggest you…
Contact the Customer:
If a customer has left their email address, you can personally reach out to them. You will create an email thread through the customer care system. Each time you send a response, they will receive a link to update their review.
If you contact the customer and they do not respond you can…
Make a Public Comment:
On occasion, you will have customers who do not respond to your email. In this case, we would recommend making a public comment. You can use this feature for both negative and positive reviews. When you make a public comment, the customer will not be notified. You can thank someone for their positive feedback or make a comment stating that you tried reaching out to the customer regarding their issue. These will display on your certificate and put on a good face for future customers.
Other options in the Customer Care System:
Mark Order as Canceled:
You will want to mark an order as canceled when a customer has canceled their order or if you have to cancel their order due to backorders or it is out of stock. This will stop the follow-up email from going out to them. You don’t want someone to leave a review on a product they won’t receive. However, you will need to mark the order as canceled before the follow-up date.
Postpone Initial Review:
On occasion, there are customers who state in their initial feedback that they would prefer to wait until they receive their product or service before leaving a rating or review. This option gives you the ability to manually postpone these types of comments until the customer has completed the full survey.
Only postpone the initial review if the customer's comment clearly states (politely or otherwise) that they would prefer to wait before leaving a review. This option will be disabled if you abuse or misuse it.
Send Follow Up Now:
If needed, you have the option to send the followup email instead of waiting the amount of days you have your follow up set to.
Change Follow Up Date:
If for some reason you need to change the date of the followup email, you can do that here. A good example would be if you knew shipping was delayed you can go in and change the follow-up date to a later time. Again, you want them to have received their product before they receive the follow up and fill out the Full Survey.
If you have any questions or concerns about how to utilize our Customer Care System, please contact the support team here: firstname.lastname@example.org