Happy Customer Service Appreciation Week!

Happy Customer Service Appreciation Week

Happy Customer Service Appreciation Week you fellow popup clickers!

In honor of the amazing work you provide on a daily basis, we at Netomi would like to say “thanks!” And to honor you, we’d like to give you $25 in Amazon gift cards.

A quick side note: The last time I clicked a popup with the promise of earning money was in 1999 (that story ended with my parents buying a new computer after the old one got attacked by some virus). For all you folks that took the risk of clicking our popup, you are in luck – this offer is real and virus-free!

Here’s all you have to do:

  1. Fill out our demo request form at www.netomi.com/request-demo 
  2. Someone should reach out to you asking for your availability (check your spam folder just in case)
  3. Share your availability and mention that you’re interested in the Amazon gift card

That’s it! After you confirm your meeting time, we’ll send over your gift card lickity-split!

A few points to cover regarding gift card eligibility:

  • Because of our gift card sending abilities, we’ll only be able to send cards out to people based in the USA, Canada, Italy, France, UK, Spain, and Germany. If you live somewhere else, we’ll get you next time
  • We can give you a whole lot more than $25. In fact, some of our customers save millions of dollars by using our AI for Customer Service. If you have less than 1000 monthly support tickets, we probably won’t be able to help you. For that reason, your company must receive at least 1,000 support tickets to be eligible.
  • Limit one per company
  • First-time requesters only

Alright! What are you waiting for? Check out www.netomi.com/request-demo now.

Happy Customer Service Appreciation Week!

Yours truly,
Dylan

Dylan Max

Head of Growth Marketing

Dylan is an expert at analyzing data, studying trends, and executing creative marketing strategies. His insights on people and technology interactions have been featured in publications like  Beyond AI, Towards Data Science, CMSWire, SmarterCX, Zendesk, and Forbes.

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