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Re: How to stop UltraDNS sales people calling

  • From: Alexander Harrowell
  • Date: Wed Nov 29 05:05:36 2006
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"Can I speak to so-and-so?"

"I'm sorry I can't help. I am a counter-terrorism officer monitoring
this line for reasons of national security."

On 11/29/06, William Yardley <[email protected]> wrote:
On Tue, Nov 28, 2006 at 05:48:55PM -0800, Joseph Jackson wrote:

> I had ultradns calling also but told them we weren't at a place to use
> their product and they said ok and let me be.   They were always
> professional on the phone.

One more on the side of "They call all the time and won't leave us the
@#[email protected] alone, no matter how direct we are".

Fortunately, they don't call me (yet), but they have been calling
several other folks at our office repeatedly for years, despite being
told pretty bluntly to knock it off.