The results from our customer satisfaction surveys for the month of July are now available. Thanks again for those who completed the customer satisfaction surveys. We appreciate your participation and feedback.
3782 surveys were sent. Out of 362 survey responses the average rating was 8.7017 and 92.27% would recommend us.
The winner this month of the Tablet is Brenden of http://www.kehrendev.com/.
Congratulations Brenden — Thank you for taking the time out to fill out our survey!
Interested in seeing the results we’ve gotten from our survey, as well as some of the feedback? Check out our results page at https://www.arvixe.com/survey/results/ Lastly, as always, if YOU have feedback that you want heard or you need any help at all, email our Quality Assurance department so we can help out! QA [at] arvixe [dot] com. We’re committed to improving and being the best we can, and we can’t make that possible without your help, so thank you!
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