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Service: An App to Assist you on Your Bad Experience

An Intermediary between you and customer service!

Service is an Intermediary

Basically, Service  is an intermediary between you and businesses that gave you a bad experience. Whenever you lose your luggage on the airport or a restaurant ruins your date by serving an awful dinner, Service app comes in between to make things right for you in the form of refund, credit and so on. As per the reports by Tech Crunch, Service has successfully managed to save a total of $1 Million of its customers. Micheal Schneider is the Co-founder and CEO of the startup.

How it works?

All you need to do is post your issue with a detailed description and attach a proof of purchase. Moreover, the Service app can help you to directly file a case against the business that you were unhappy with.  With Service, it will become easy and quick to find claims and compensations.

More about Service

Service is an app that automatically detects when your flight is delayed (more than 2 hours) or cancelled and request compensation. In the near future, Service plans to extend its range of services to proactively monitor missed deliveries and incorrect billing situations.

As of now, the use of Service app is free.

Takeaways:

  • Service app comes in between to make things right for you in the form of refund, credit and so on.
  • All you need to do is post your issue with a detailed description and attach a proof of purchase.
  • Moreover, the Service app can help you to directly file a case against the business that you were unhappy with.

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