This call is another “business loan” scam. Now, it might not be fair to classify all business loan telemarketers as scams, but there are a TON of warnings from the BBB, FTC, and various trade organizations regarding these types of calls. So if you are a small business, please be cautious before making any kind of deal with telemarketers or cold callers who offer you unsecured business loans. Everyone understand? Nobody mad at me? Great.
In this call, the telemarketer sounds like a nice person. But our goal here at the Jolly Roger Telephone Company is to disrupt the unsolicited outbound telemarketing industry, and this is a fantastic example of the bots at work. This call starts with Whitey Whitebeard, then transitions to Debbie Doldrums, and then finally to Moby Dick. To any of you long-time listeners, you will recall that these bots used to simply restart. Well, I figured out how to get the bots to hand off to each other without having to record any new lines with the original voice talent (although Whitey recently came back for another recording session – updates coming soon!)
So please try not to empathize too much with this woman. She sounds like she can get a decent job with customer service. Maybe her employer will finally stop this terrible and despised business practice.
Thank you everyone for using the Jolly Roger bots and helping to disrupt the outbound telemarketing industry! I love telephones, and I want you to love your phone again!
Thanks for listening!
The guy (bot) that gets on the phone at a little before 9:00, the guy with the skin grafts, what is his name?
I don’t mean it as a statement like: “His name is What” (Who’s on first…), as in, if he spelled his name he would say W-H-A-T. But rather as a question: What is his name? =)
I mean, if I wanted to “him” to answer my calls, how would I know how to request him? Would I just refer to him as “Skin graft guy” ?
Fantastic! Love how the bots interact with telemarketers.