- I told him I loved technology and had a highly technical Japanese toilet
- I claimed to be a shut-in who was afraid of being stuck on the toilet
- I confused "motion sensor" with "emotion sensor" and got excited that the security system would be able to sense my emotions.
- Me burping several time
- Upon hearing that a person's home is broken into every 13 seconds, I wondered why that poor person didn't buy a security system and wondered how he'd have anything left taking after being robbed so often.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Family Protection Security Calls Me.
I got a robo call from (618) 690-0276. On the other end was an interactive robo named Andy that employed voice recognition technology and then forwarded me to an agent trying to sell me a home security system. These guys try to claim that they work for GE Security, but, they don't. And they might actually offer a security system, but they do so at an incredibly inflated price. I have a particular disdain for these types of callers as they make their living bilking money out of older folks. I had this guy on the phone for nearly 10 minutes, at first messing with him, saying a bunch of goofy things. Some highlights include: