doronjosama: (yeahbye)
So, we get a spam phone call at bullshit-o-clock in the morning, some goober asking us if we want to accept credit cards for our business. I inform him we already do accept credit cards, and that we have our phone number registered on the National Do-Not-Call list (because we do). He stammers and informs me that because he's calling for a business, that doesn't apply to him.

Um, NO.

I filed a report on them. We've never done any business with First Data Processing, so they don't even qualify for an exemption based on a previous business relationship.

EDIT: Another one just called, and after giving me a spiel about how they are providing financial and business services to businesses like mine, told me they aren't selling anything when I informed him of the Do-Not-Call status. So, I guess they are providing those services for free? Somehow, I doubt it. They're reported, too!
doronjosama: (Default)
So, we get a spam phone call at bullshit-o-clock in the morning, some goober asking us if we want to accept credit cards for our business. I inform him we already do accept credit cards, and that we have our phone number registered on the National Do-Not-Call list (because we do). He stammers and informs me that because he's calling for a business, that doesn't apply to him.

Um, NO.

I filed a report on them. We've never done any business with First Data Processing, so they don't even qualify for an exemption based on a previous business relationship.

EDIT: Another one just called, and after giving me a spiel about how they are providing financial and business services to businesses like mine, told me they aren't selling anything when I informed him of the Do-Not-Call status. So, I guess they are providing those services for free? Somehow, I doubt it. They're reported, too!
doronjosama: (vivabolan)
Note to Myself: In future, actually LOOK at the calendar before you go to the bank. It helps to actually write the correct date on checks and on deposit slips. When you write the wrong one, the nice ladies at the bank give you those sympathetic looks, you know, the kind one gives to ambulatory escaped mental patients one feels sorry for.

Realizing you got the date completely wrong on every piece of banking paperwork also makes you blush furiously in public. You hate blushing, so take the two seconds it takes to confirm that the date you are writing down is the one you think it is.

Love, Me

(Seriously, I knew it was Tuesday the 30th when I woke up this morning. Somewhere in the middle of the day, I decided it was Wednesday the 31st, something I believed with great conviction. I have no explanation for this at all.)
doronjosama: (Default)
Note to Myself: In future, actually LOOK at the calendar before you go to the bank. It helps to actually write the correct date on checks and on deposit slips. When you write the wrong one, the nice ladies at the bank give you those sympathetic looks, you know, the kind one gives to ambulatory escaped mental patients one feels sorry for.

Realizing you got the date completely wrong on every piece of banking paperwork also makes you blush furiously in public. You hate blushing, so take the two seconds it takes to confirm that the date you are writing down is the one you think it is.

Love, Me

(Seriously, I knew it was Tuesday the 30th when I woke up this morning. Somewhere in the middle of the day, I decided it was Wednesday the 31st, something I believed with great conviction. I have no explanation for this at all.)

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