I feel like the customer relationship close reason is perhaps getting a bit overused lately.
IIRC, it was originally meant for questions e.g. about customers not receiving a deposit on an account or trying to recover access to their account. In other words, questions about the state of internal proceedings of a company. Naturally, such topics cannot be answered by people that don't have insight into the company's internals, and thus they would be a bad fit for our site.
However, lately, I've seen some questions e.g. about configuring Bitcoin related software, interactions with APIs, or using services more generally get closed under the same reason. At least some of these questions were about publicly accessible information, might be of interest to more users, and could easily be answered by a more experienced user.
I'd therefore like to propose we do not use the customer relationship reason to close questions like this one: Do I put password for slushpool.com using GUIMiner?
What do you think?