Nice one tango34, is that copyright, or can I use it on Carphone Warehouse?Tango34_UK said:or......
Pick up the phone and remind them of the following
"I belive your calls to be harassment, and as such if I am of the view that your harassment of me by telephone is in breach of Section 40 of the Administration of Justice Act 1970, and the protection from Harassment Act 1997. "
Then follow it up with the following letter.....
I am writing in relation to the quantity and frequency of the telephone calls that I have received from your company, which I deem to be personally harassing.
I have verbally requested that these stop, but I am still receiving calls, the last being on the xx/xx/xxxx at xxxx Hrs.
I now require all further correspondence from your company to be made in writing only.
I am of the view that your continued harassment of me by telephone puts you in breach of Section 40 of the Administration of Justice Act 1970, and the Protection from Harassment Act 1977.
If you continue to harass me by telephone, you will also be in breach of the Communications Act (2003) s.127 and I will report you to OFCOM, Trading Standards and The Office of Fair Trading, meaning that you will be liable to a substantial fine.
That normally does the trick!
I either ask the caller if they work full-time or part time, is there a dental plan, what's the pension scheme, how many calls have they made today etc or I do as Dr Chris above. It really depends on my moodDr_Chris said:We're on the telephone reference list. If we recieve a sales call (and we still get a surprising number) we pretend to play along until we have the name of caller, company and location and then let them know we'll be sending off a letter later on in the day.