Don't print any paperwork before the customer is in the office, suggests Dan Mason, platform finance director at Brandon Steven Motors. Do it while the customer is there, he says. Customers are conditioned to think, “When the printer starts printing, it's almost over," he says. The sound of the printer "actually puts the customer at ease."
Print paperwork in front of the customer
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