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Messing with a warranty sales man


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Hello 

Once again this was just something I did that made me laugh but sometimes we take our trucks our life and our expenses or issues we may be having very seriously so if all you need is a laugh read on, ........

It was almost to much fun......... a car warranty sales person called me today. My car is not out of warranty for 2 years still. So he verifies who I am then asks me if I want to replace my warranty after he stops talking I ask him what a warranty is, he explains this and then I ask him what a vehicle is he explains this then I ask him what it means to drive. At this point he is getting frustrated but I hold back the laughter which is building inside. He asks me if I am feeling o.k. I ask why he would ask such a question. He then tries to simplify this and ask me if I am sick I reply by asking what does it mean to be sick. He the gets so frustrated that he dollars 6 expletives into the phone and hags up on me. I wasted a lot of his time and kept him from bothering at least 2 or 3 other people, still it made me chuckle a little bit.

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Cory Ossana 

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My favorite trick.  I answer the phone at work with "thanks for calling...  can I help you?"  And it is some annoying unsolicited sales call.  So if I'm bored and need a laugh, I start with "you're kidding?  we were just talking about that in the office.  You may have saved me some shopping.  I've got a customer on the other line, let me put you on hold a minute while I finish up."  Which is of course a lie, but I stick them on hold and go back to what I was doing.  Let a few minutes go by, pick the line back up: "still there?  Good!  I'm really interested, just can't get rid of this customer, bear with me."  Back on hold for a few more minutes.  And so on as long as they can take it.  I can usually string them out for 10 or 15 minutes.  If they are going to waste my time, I do my best to waste theirs.

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I worked nights as a telemarketer in High School. Selling Triple A auto club. I heard it all. That was way back before computer dialers. We had to physically dial every number.  When they call I just say sorry not interested and hang up.

These poor people just trying to make a living. Or in my case, I found out that it was 75% female employees Of that 90% were about my age. I made beer money and met lots of girls. Best part. It was in a different town than I lived in!

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1 hour ago, jenandjon said:

I worked nights as a telemarketer in High School. Selling Triple A auto club. I heard it all. That was way back before computer dialers. We had to physically dial every number.  When they call I just say sorry not interested and hang up.

These poor people just trying to make a living. Or in my case, I found out that it was 75% female employees Of that 90% were about my age. I made beer money and met lots of girls. Best part. It was in a different town than I lived in!

Yep but they are still so much fun to mess with especially when many are rude and are to stupid to listen, or even let you say anything when they start talking. So I love playing stupid I am sure after talking to me they have something to talk about. Don't mind when they are polite but they need to learn customer service and manners. When no customer service is shown or they don't listen game on!

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