[Solved] The state of affairs in which deficiencies result in customer annoyance and complaints is known as

The state of affairs in which deficiencies result in customer annoyance and complaints is known as

a) Customer Compliance
b) Customer Needs
c) Customer Trust
d) Customer Dissatisfaction

Answer: d
Explanation: The state of affairs in which deficiencies (in goods or services) result in customer annoyance, complaints, claims, and so on is known as customer dissatisfaction. A newly bought mobile phone with a ‘hanging problem’ will result in customer dissatisfaction.

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