Poll - What's Your Preferred Method of Contacting And/Or Getting Help From A Company's Customer Service People?

Your Favored Social Customer Service Channel

If you had the option of choosing one of the following customer support options, AND it would take you the same amount of time and effort to resolve your issue, which would be your preferred contact option?

Remember we're assuming that your time and effort would be the same, regardless of your choice.

Care To Explain Your Choice Or Make A Comment?

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