This week one of our automatic garage doors needed repair. It’s something I know very little about so I took the internet and did some research.
I looked at Yelp, Google Reviews, and other sites. I decided on Precision Garage Systems because they had far more reviews and most were positive. Nevertheless, I was nervous and somewhat skeptical. Review fraud is pretty easy to execute.
I just finished with the Precision repairman and exhaled. He did a fine job. However, the moral of this story is the secret behind Precision’s many reviews – they simply asked.
Minutes after the job was complete I received this email asking me to review their work. They had no idea whether I would give a positive or negative review, they just asked.
How often have we purchased something and not been asked our opinion? Kudos to Precision for being brave enough to simply ask.