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Well, I received my first call that violated the do not call list.

And in some sick way, I found glee in "catching" them! I told the telemarketer my number was on the do not call list. She argued with me at first, but when she saw I knew the rules and I knew she violated them, she got really nervous and apologetic.

Regardless, I filled out the online complaint form. I will admit, I considered letting it slide. But then, this is a big time long distance company that slammed me 4 years ago and gave me hell about fixing it.

:)

laura
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