Dear Call-Centre Caller,
There are a few things I would like you to know:
I know you are calling from India. I recognise the slip in your accent. You cannot fool me with that Americanised accent. Especially since you are speaking to Australians.
I would appreciate it if you did not call me at dinner time. Please check the time difference between India and Australia. While it may be 1:30 in the arvo for you, it is time for me to have some peace at home with my dinner.
I do not need insulation for my roof as I live in a unit. I would have thought you would know that from wherever you have the information on all of us. Also, I would have assumed you would have done your research and known what a unit is in Australia when I tell you that.
I do not want to change my mobile phone service. If I did, I would have done it without your phone call. And what is it that you don’t understand about “I am perfectly happy with my Vodafone service”. Since when does this mean you can still explain to me what Telstra has to offer??
On that note, I do not want to change my landline service either. Like I said, if I had wanted to, I would have done so without your
I am not a rude person. But if you badger me and don’t understand when I say I’m not interested in your offer, I will be fucking rude! I will be assertive.
I would prefer if you didn’t call me, confirm you are speaking to me, and then ask me to state my date of birth to confirm my identity. You called me. I didn’t call you. I will only give my date of birth when I contact agencies such as my bank or the telephone company or my mobile phone provider or electricity company. The point is, I make the calls in those situations.
I don’t care for Foxtel at the moment. TV is crap and mind-numbing. So stop calling me to ask about that. And shouldn’t you have it on your records that I said no the first time?
I am not interested in a free financial assessment. Why would I in my wildest dreams think of trusting someone calling me and offering me a free financial assessment. Do you really think I am that dumb to give you my financial details? And no, I don’t care if you are making home visits and giving the street I live in this “special offer”
I don’t particularly care for giving you my valuable time to answer some questions. I think I have a right to refuse and I do not appreciate you persisting me to answer those questions.
I hope you read these points. And are warned. Because if I hear back from you, rest assured I will not be my usual polite self.