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One of the best ways to build customer loyalty is to recover excellently from our mistakes. Groove provides customer service software, and they've compiled a wonderful list of words that customers want to hear. I think these are phrases customers always want to hear, but they are most important when things are not going as the customer hoped. 

Groove: Word Choice Matters, 2014-Oct-21 by Len Markidan

  1. I don't know, but I'll find out for you. 
  2. I'd be frustrated, too. 
  3. I'd be happy to help you with this. 
  4. I'll send you an update by [day or time].
  5. I really appreciate you letting us know. 
  6. Is there anything else I can help you with?

I recommend clicking through to read the whole article, as well as the comments, which expand these ideas and especially recommend saying these words with sincerity, or not at all.