reply to post by antar
Antar, I hope you've seen The Sandlot and know what I mean when I say, "You're killing me, Smalls!" I mean this in the friendliest of ways, but I am
glad you are living and learning from this experience.
Don't talk to these people! The whole thing stinks to high heaven. Don't even answer the door. What they're doing is simply not normal, at all. You
owe them nothing, not even an explanation. They were likely trying to determine whether you have a husband with that comment. I'm sorry to assume the
worst but my gut tells me they are not worth your time.
If they are actually working for PMA USA, google the name. The company's reputation at RipoffReport.com is one of the first search results you will
I feel for you. You're not an idiot. It just takes something like this to remind you next time, should the situation arise, that you shouldn't
entertain a stranger by opening your front door.
Trust me, I had a similar situation. When I was 22 I lived alone in a house with another girl. I was working on a paper on my laptop late at night on
the porch when I heard a giant crash. I had a feeling it was a break in at my neighbor's. I closed my laptop and went inside the house to peak out the
_ I saw two guys stealing everything they could find, including the entire front bench seat, in my neighbor's pickup truck. So, what did I do?
Instead of calling the police to catch them in the act. I walked out my front door onto the front lawn and imitated a man's deep voice, shouting,
"Hey, get the freak out of here." They scrambled. Then I called police, who were unsuccessful in capturing the thieves. About 3 am, I went to see if
the cops had finally left the scene across from our house. I looked out the blinds and saw that they had left, but at the same time I saw a
threatening looking individual walking swiftly down our driveway to the back of our house. I flipped out, grabbed my roommate out of bed, said the
thieves were back for revenge. We sat in the middle of my bedroom holding butcher knives, talking loudly to the police, until the police were able to
come back and check on our safety.
Anyway, sorry for my lengthy personal story. Just wanted to say everyone makes an idiot move at some point when it comes to stuff like this. As long
as you learn what not to do next time, you're smarter for having messed up in the first place.
edit on 10-24-2013 by TruthLover557 because:
correct the ripoff web address