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"Alan Trevor Whittaker"
Posted 24 September 2016

A DJ is only as good as their audience. You can throw everything at an audience but if they are not in the mood ........

"Sanjeev"
Posted 24 September 2016

True, the crowd can be in a bit of a funk sometimes.. but how often does that happen? Would that deter you from offering a guarantee altogether?

"Alan Trevor Whittaker"
Posted 24 September 2016

What we can do is get recommendations from people who have used us in the past.

"Sanjeev"
Posted 24 September 2016

Fair enough and I agree but this was about going the extra mile for your customer.. it's to add value to your business and bring in the sale. It's on top of your recommendations and may add value to the feedback left by customers as they may include that selling point in the feedback left. It's definitely a tricky one.

"Joe Simpson"
Posted 24 September 2016

I offer a 100% money back guarantee myself. Basically if they can look me in the eye and tell me it was crap and my performance had a negative impact on the evening, they get their money back. Never had anyone use it though.

"Andy Przybyla"
Posted 24 September 2016

Im happy to, so long as a very good reason is given and not that - hmm they just didn't like it

"Alan Granville"
Posted 24 September 2016

Yeah. Same as any trade