HOW CUSTOMERS RESPOND TO SERVICE FAILURE
If customers initiate action following service failure, the action can be various types. A dissatisfied customer can choose complaint on the spot to the service provider, giving the company the opportunity to respond immediately. Those are often the best-case scenario for the company it has the second chance right at that movement to satisfy the customer, keep his or her business in the future, and potentially avoids any negative word of mouth.
Some customer chooses not to complaint directly to the provider but rather spread negative word of the mouth about the company to friend, relatives, and coworkers. This negative word of mouth can be extremely detrimental because it can reinforce the customer’s feeling of negativism and spread that negative impression to other as well. Further, the company has no chance to recover unless the negative word of mouth is accompanied by a complaint directly to the company.
It is assumed that following are the failure, dissatisfaction at some levels will occur for the customer. In fact, research suggest that variety of negative emotion can occur following service failure, including such feeling as anger, discontent, disappointment, self- pity and anxiety.
Many customers are very passive about their dissatisfaction, simply saying or doing nothing, take action or not, at some point the customer will decide weather to stay with that provider or switch to a competitor.
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