A Customer Experience Survey

We are presently conducting a survey to see how we can improve our services. This survey should only take five minutes to complete and is meant to help us improve your experience. You are some of our best clientele, and our entire line of business is built on customers like you.

1: How many times have you been thrown into a dumpster?
0-99
100-999
1000-9999
10000-99999
I throw myself in the dumpster every time I have the chance.

2: How long has it been since you were last thrown into a dumpster?
A few days.
Several hours.
A few minutes.
I just got out of a dumpster.
I’m still in the dumpster.

3: Roughly how many cubic feet of space were in the last dumpster you were thrown into?
20
200
500
1000
The dumpster had room for several dumpsters.

4: We are experimenting with special tourist packages. Which of the following cities would you most like to visit as a dumpster tourist?
Beijing
Cairo
Mexico City
New York City
Paris

Please answer the following four questions on a scale of 1 (worst) to 5 (best).

5: How would you rate the quality of the rubbish or other dumpster contents you were thrown into?
1
2
3
4
5

6: How would you rate the surprise factor when you were being taken to the dumpster?
1
2
3
4
5

7: How would you overall rate your last dumpster experience(s)?
1
2
3
4
5

8: How would you overall rate your satisfaction regarding dumpsters?
1
2
3
4
5

9: Do you have any suggestions for how we might improve our dumpsters and services?

10: Do you have any other suggestions for how we might pick on you?

In addition to responding on-web, please print out a copy to put someplace where it will end up in the dumpster. You’ll be joining the printout shortly.

Submit

Now there’s a devoted survey taker!

Author: C.J.S. Hayward

C.J.S. Hayward is an Orthodox author and Renaissance man with master's degrees bridging math and computers (UIUC) and theology and philosophy (Cambridge). His most prized work is what he writes in Eastern Orthodox, Christian theology and apologetics. Readers of apologists like C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton and Peter Kreeft, contemporary Orthodox authors such as Met. KALLISTOS Ware, and classic authors like St. John Chrysostom will find much food for spiritual reflection.