posted on Jul, 22 2014 @ 06:04 PM
About 45 years ago I took some Scientology classes. I got what I wanted out of them, and was done with it, and my overbearing husband, so I moved to
Maui, where there isn't any Scientology org.
A few years ago, after 27 years, I moved to San Diego and "they" finally tracked me down. A well dressed young man showed up at my door, asking to
take back my Scientology books, because they had been revised, and they didn't want any "old tech" out there. I politely explained that I didn't
have any books any more, and that I wasn't interested in buying any "new tech". It took about 20 minutes to get that through to him.
I didn't hear from them again until about 18 months ago. A woman called me asking for my address. Well, I thought they already had that, and I
don't want any more surprise visits from Scientologists, so I politely declined and said good-by. She called back 9 times that day, leaving nasty
messages and accuasations on my phone.
Since then, I get a call about once a week, from their Chaplin's Office, harassing me about Scientology and nothing shuts them up and they won't
take no for an answer, so I usually just hang up on them.
Then, they started sending me a bill for $58, every month. I'm like WTF? I don't owe these people money, even 45 years ago, you couldn't start a
Scientology course without paying up in full! They also send me letters asking "Why did you hang up on me", and "What's your problem", and "We
know about your costume shop!" WTH?!
Yesterday, I got another call, and I got a bright idea. When the young lady started to ask me about my Scientology gains and losses, that are
preventing me from returning, I said to her:
"I know that you're probably calling me because you know that I can get messages out to the outside world. I know how Scientology is and how they
trap young girls like you. If you need me to get a message out to your loved ones, or friends that they won't let you see or talk to, if you need a
way to escape, I can help you."
I just kept repeating that message in various ways. HAHA! That did the trick! She hung up on me!