As a manufacturer your duty lies beyond just the production of your product. Generating something exceptional isn’t enough. Failure to satisfy your consumer can hamper your progress to the top. Talking about satisfying the customer, this particular phase has been difficult since the GeForce RTX 3000s went on sale. The retailers and manufacturers alike have been caught under the firing line. So there are attempts to ensure that in this era of digital frauds the buyer who has invested feels safe. EVGA have been one brand that stood out with the efforts they have put in. They were among the first ones to be forced into hand reviewing orders for RTX 3080 models. Now, the US brand seems to have employed a rather solid notification system.
Details about EVGA Notify Me facility
The new notify me option put in place by EVGA sure seems like a good option. We saw how Overclockers UK had sent emails to buyers informing on their queue number for GeForce RTX 3090 models. EVGA’s idea is more of a step up. The moment you go for notify me with EVGA you enter a waitlist of buyers. As soon as your desired variant from EVGA GeForce RTX 3000 series is available you will be notified via an email. The mail would also contain the link that would allow you to make your purchase. Jacob Freeman, EVGA’s face on Twitter, displayed how you can now check which products you hit “notify me” for. A few Reddit users however criticized EVGA for providing most conveniences to their homely US customer base.
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