Analysis of 8 592 Extra Value Checks reviews

Example of what a check might look like.
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Extra Value Checks provide checks that are guaranteed to meet or exceed bank compliance standards. They also offer a range of designs for you to personalize your checks.

With the automation of the industry growing, we wanted to see how a company in the field of check printing is doing in today’s market and how they are being received. So we took 8 592 reviews about Extra Value Checks and ran them through Gavagai explorer. Here are some insights!

Here are 3 things we found out!

The topic “printed” occurs in 2% of the texts and frequently occurs along with the topics checks (in 63% of the cases) and correctly (in 18% of the cases). Though this indicates mostly correct printing, the topic also has a 6% occurrence ratio with “wrong” and 7% occurrence ratio with “address”. Those two indicate inaccurate information in printings.

The topic “box” is a reappearing negative driver for analyses on bank checks. The topic indicates discontent with the boxes containing the checks.

“The price” has an average grade of 4,53 / 5. This value is higher than the overall average grade of 4,42 for the project. The sentiment analysis tracked over time shows that the positivity around the topic has increased by almost 40% since 2015.

What can we tell from this?

The topic β€œbox” is a reappearing topic among check printing services. This analysis is no different. We can see that customers are discontent with the boxes. But it is worth mentioning that the biggest negative driver is also the least mentioned topic in this case.

However, there seems to be increasing happiness in regards to the price of the service. As previously mentioned the sentiment has been rising since 2015, indicating that Extra Value Checks are doing something very right in this regard.

We think this analysis gives us a good overview of the overall quality of services provided by Extra Value Checks. The high average grade of 4,42 / 5 and the fact that most of the negative drivers are the fewer mentioned. Even so, it’s important to keep up to date on factors that might cause customers to look elsewhere.

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