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How to end an unwanted conversation with a telemarketer?


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    H C Palting (Express10) 3 years ago

    This is a good way of dealing with them. Many people go wrong by allowing the telemarketer to rebuttal them. Don't listen or give them the time, say you're not interested or put me on your in house DNC list and hang up immediately.

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    Helen Murphy Howell (Seeker7) 3 years ago

    Hi Jim, I'm on a 'do not call list' but you get companies who just ignore them - I still get loads of crappy sales calls.

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    StricktlyDating 3 years ago

    Great idea thanks! And I enjoy reading everyone's responses too!

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    StricktlyDating 3 years ago

    Some good tips Janshares. I've tried not answering a company who was calling me previously, but they keep me on some kind of dial back system, continually calling me! So annoying!


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  • Sam Gurschick 3 years ago

    Excessive and wrong, intentionally blowing a whistle in someone's ear because they call you. You must know that if you request to be put on an internal do not call list, they will not call again. If they do call again then it's an accident.


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    StricktlyDating 3 years ago

    Yes I think that's what's happened to me!


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    H C Palting (Express10) 3 years ago

    These are excellent strategies Larry. I also hate it when people call strangers by their first names. Many telemarketers simply don't show any respect, nor do they deserve any.

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