posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 04:56 PM
Originally posted by Annee
Originally posted by Markive
When does No not mean NO?
A month ago I listened to a answer machine message from my elderly unwell mother in tears.
She was sobbing and said "they just wouldn't take no for an answer" and that the cold caller had pushed her and pushed her.
I am a firm believer in: "Buyer Beware"
Its easy to just hang up the phone. Elderly or not.
These people are working. They are employed. They are not on Welfare.
I have no sympathy for your Elderly mother.
Well that's very handy as I didn't post to try and gain your sympathy!
Yeah a job is a job, they are working but what gives them the right to do that to people.
I don't phone people up and make them cry by making them feel guilty...
Of all the cold calls i've ever had I can honestly say non of them wanted to take no for an answer, after you refuse a number of times what more
should it take?
There starts the horrible cycle of unhappy cold callers upsetting normal people only to get insulted, then to go on to ring someone else to hassle to
get insulted again. and so on and so on.
You wouldn't put up with it in the street so I don't see why we should put up with it in the privacy of your own Home.