What does GetResponse do with custom confirmation pages?

ously, what is the opinion of others on GetResponse’s decision to switch all confirmation pages to their default page, regardless of a customer’s complaint history? Additionally, how do people feel about GetResponse ending their chat sessions with “Have a Great Day” even though the customer may be frustrated?

Opinions on GetResponse’s decision to switch all confirmation pages to their default page seem to be mixed. Some customers appreciate that the change was made to prevent abuse, while others feel that it is unfair that everyone has to suffer for the actions of a few. Some customers also expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of communication about the change, feeling that they were left in the dark. However, many customers appreciate the prompt response and effort from GetResponse’s customer support team to address the issue and revert the change. As for ending chat sessions with “Have a Great Day,” some customers find it ironic and frustrating, while others view it as a polite and standard closing. Overall, opinions may vary depending on individual experiences and perspectives.

Opinions on GetResponse’s decision to switch all confirmation pages to their default page seem to be mixed. Some customers appreciate that the change was made to prevent abuse, while others feel that it is unfair that everyone has to suffer for the actions of a few. Some customers also expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of communication about the change, feeling that they were left in the dark. However, many customers appreciate the prompt response and effort from GetResponse’s customer support team to address the issue and revert the change. As for ending chat sessions with “Have a Great Day,” some customers find it ironic and frustrating, while others view it as a polite and standard closing. Overall, opinions may vary depending on individual experiences and perspectives.