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Behind the Scenes in Littleton Coin’s Customer Service Department

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This month I’m going to give you a little peek behind the scenes at Littleton Coin Company’s Customer Service and how the team works. After more than 70 years in business, one thing our company has become known for is outstanding customer service.

Each week, Monday through Friday, more than 50 representatives man the phones in our northern New Hampshire facility, answering customer calls. During our busiest periods, we answer thousands of calls weekly from collectors all over the United States. Our goal, of course, is 100% customer satisfaction – and it’s clear to everyone who calls that we take this goal very seriously.

Customer Service representatives receive 400 hours of training

Customer Service Reps - Littleton Coin BlogA common question we’re asked in Customer Service is if we’re all coin collectors. Unfortunately, not all of us are, but we receive some pretty extensive training in numismatics and are armed with resources to handle most questions relating to coins or paper money. With hundreds of years of combined numismatic knowledge under one roof, I like to tell customers that there isn’t a numismatic question we can’t answer.

It takes nearly 400 hours to become a fully trained Customer Service representative or “rep” at Littleton Coin Company. Plus, the reps spend several hundred hours more in ongoing numismatic education and other training annually. That time is divided up pretty evenly between our daily tasks (phone calls, processing orders, etc) and numismatic training and education.

Each Rep answers 70 to 100 calls daily

Customer Service Reps - Littleton Coin BlogOur primary channels of contact are through the mail and over the phone. We also communicate heavily with customers via email, and in recent years, we’ve developed quite a following on social media. In a typical year, we respond to well over 300,000 phone calls, more than 10,000 emails and hundreds of posts on Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets. On any given day, our representatives answer 70 to 100 calls each – even more during the holiday season!

Just to give you an idea how seriously we take Customer Service… we have an entire team dedicated solely to training our representatives. And, there’s another team who checks the quality of service our representatives provide after they’ve been trained. From 7:30 in the morning until 9:00 at night, five days a week, our focus is on coins and customers!
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If you’ve been fortunate to visit us up in the Great North Woods of New Hampshire and toured our modern facility, you’ve seen from the second-floor mezzanine that Littleton’s Customer Service department is situated right smack in the center of the building. It’s occurred to me, and I’m sure our founders intended it this way, that Customer Service seems to be the nucleus of a very busy atom. We’re at the core of the business, the front line, greeting our customers with a friendly hello and a wealth of numismatic knowledge. And I know I speak for the group when I say how happy we are to have the privilege of serving you.

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