I’m sure you do great things. You have told me as such in your phone calls in the past. But when your telemarketers act as rudely as they have to my family the past two-plus weeks, it certainly makes me reconsider whether I will ever give you money.
It started innocently enough when my son answered the phone when you called. You asked for me. He said I wasn’t here, which really should be expected. After all, you called during business hours and I was at work.
You immediately hung up.
Then you kept calling. My son would answer. My daughter would answer. Each time, you hung up on them.
Then my wife answered the phone. You asked for me. She said I wasn’t here. After all, it was during work hours and I was, in fact, at work. Rather than talk to her, you hung up on her, too.
Have I mentioned how classy that is?
Since you didn’t wait long enough for her to talk to you, she couldn’t ask you to please stop calling us. So she emailed you. A representative emailed back, apologizing for the inconvenience and said our request would be forwarded to the solicitation department.
That was two days ago. You called again this morning.
I asked you not to call here again and explained the reasons why, then hung up. I hope you got the message. My family was asleep at the time. I don’t appreciate phone calls from solicitors that early in the morning. That’s why we’re on the Do Not Call Registry.
So, in case I haven’t been very clear,
If I choose to make a donation to your organization, it won’t be any time soon because I don’t like to give money to rude people. But, if I choose to give you money, I’ll do it on my own terms.
Don’t call me again.
I’d hate to have to contact the Attorney General about the way the Indiana State Fraternal Order of Police has been harassing us.
Thank you, have a nice day.