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Sample Conversation in Call Center admin September 13, 2012 Call Center Basics 1 Comment
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The conversation in a call center is precisely the service provided of a contact center. Depending on the nature of the call or service, these conversations can vary greatly in terms of content and approach. Hereunder are samples of typical conversations for an inbound, outbound, and directory assistance service.
Inbound Call
Agent: Thank you for calling ABC Company. My name is Ashley. How may I help you today?
Customer: I am calling because I received a wrong bill. I just paid my phone bill two days ago and my payment is not reflected in the bill.
Agent: Sorry for the inconvenience madam. May I have your Account Number, please,
Customer: 5340036548
Agent: For verification purposes mam, Can I get your name and birth date?
Customer: Maegan Simpson, July 23, 1974 and the account is under my name.
Agent: Thank you for that information mam. Per our system’s data, you did pay your bill last Aug. 12 which was two days ago in one of our affiliated payment centers and you currently have 0 balance. However, the bill that you received was generated a week before you made the payment that’s why your latest payment had not been reflected. You can simply disregard the amount indicated in the bill and continue enjoying our services.
Customer: Thank you.
Agent: Delays in the bill is usually caused by delays in our courier services. For a more up dated bill of your account, you can visit our website and log in to your account. This bill is more updated.
Customer: Ok I will.
Agent: Will there be anything else that you need madam?
Customer: No thanks
Agent: Thank you for calling. We are glad to assist you.
Customer: Ok bye.
Outbound Call
Agent: “Hello! My name is Victoria Washington and I’m calling for GI products International. May I please talk to Michelle Shaw?…...

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