Sharing our feelings are very important. Not just the good feelings, we need to share even the bad feelings. When we share our feelings, it helps us to create a bond with the other person. A lot of problems in our life happen as we do not express our self.
We keep our feelings in our heart which can become a reason to hold a grudge against someone for nothing. Expressing our concerns and feelings can be used to understand our personality. If we are understood by people, it will be easy for people to deal us.
Keeping things in our heart can lead us to depression. If we share how we feel, we not only feel light and better, we can even reduce the friction we develop with others. No one is going to guess how we feel until we actually explain it to them.
We see comment cards these days used commonly by restaurants. They want you to tell them what you like, what you don’t like and suggestions for improvement. This is a very polite way to express your experience.
Service industries are improving and collecting feedback rigorously. But even then, every industry might not be using this norm. If you use a product and you don’t approve of it or it did not meet your expectations, you can write a complaint letter to the company.
You can write the background of the product like what did you buy and when did you buy. Including the product specifications and price is good as it will help the company to locate the exact product. You can mention any trade agreement or any buying contract. If that was not the case, you can mention any rules or return policies mentioned at the store.
Describe the problem and the reason for placing the complaint. Once all the details have been mentioned, include your contact details where the vendor can contact you. You can make suggestions for improvement and state that you are looking forward to a resolution. See complaint letters given below.
Complaint Letter about Unprofessional Behavior
Complaint Letter about Verbal Abuse
Complaint Letter for Illegal Parking
Complaint Letter for Overcharge