Dear Homes.com (nofollow applied to link) –
I have politely asked you on numerous occasions to kindly stop calling me on my office and cell phones in your feeble attempts to sell me your “web site optimization” and search marketing products.
I do not now, nor will I ever, need or utilize your services for brand advertising, print advertising, search marketing, Listing Advantage, etc etc ad nauseum.
For your reference, here is a link to the particulars surrounding the Federal Do Not Call List. All three numbers you call repeatedly are on said list. We do not have an “established business relationship” with Homes.com, nor is Homes.com a political organization, charity or telephone surveyor.
In other words, you are violation the DNC rules and regs every time you call me.
The next call gets reported to the FTC, the FCC, and state regulatory agencies. And yes, they do fine businesses for violating the DNC.
If you are so desperate for business that you must repeatedly call someone who has asked you over and over not to, then my guess is you probably can’t afford to be slapped with fines from the FTC. If you don’t think I will pursue this further, you are sadly mistaken. I suggest going into your little database and deleting my contact info. Pronto.
Oh, and one other thing. You may want to train your telemarketers in things like basic human interaction skills. While you’re there, throw in a little on how to use Google. I find it humorous when you call and tell me, “You are on Page 17 of Google but we can put you on Page 1!!” when in fact I am already on page 1 for exactly what you are trying to sell me.
[tags]homes.com, relentless telemarketers[/tags]