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Funny story: Romney outsources campaign call centers

Romney outsources campaign call centers

Mitt Romney is to outsource the call centers for his campaign to India in an effort to cut costs and prove he has what it takes to make the tough decisions on the economy. "We don't have to pay volunteers to man the phones in the US." A GOP spokes...
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Funny story: The Joy Of Customer Services (Or: How To Bite One's Lip 'Til It Bleeds)

The Joy Of Customer Services (Or: How To Bite One's Lip 'Til It Bleeds)

What follows is an actual transcript of a telephone conversation that took place during a normal working day in an office in the UK. It is a snap shot of the levels of customer services that can be expected from a typical British company. Names and specific product have been changed to protect the guilty, and to further explain the frustration encountered by the person making the enquiry.
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Funny story: Council paying private company £2.45 a call to answer phone inquiry!

Council paying private company £2.45 a call to answer phone inquiry!

Southwark Council is paying a private company £2.45 a call to answer phone inquiries. The company, 'Vangent', handles about a million calls a year from residents in the London borough of Southwark. The firm charges the council 71p just to pick...
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Wi-Fi signal named "Al-Qaeda Free Terror Network" Results In Long Delay For Passengers At Los Angeles Airport

'Our networks are usually named as variations on: 'Moms apple pie - God Bless America,' confirmed an Al-Qaeda spokesman. 'Otherwise it would be a bit f***ing obvious.'
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