Persistent Credit Card Companies

Why do companies insist on calling you more than one time for the same thing.  If I tell a company representative that I am not interested in their product that usually means that I’M NOT INTERESTED.  Credit card companies are the worst.  They insist on calling you several times to try to get you to sign up for whatever hair-brained scheme they’ve come up with this week to get you to pay them more money.  I had someone call me last week regarding my Mastercard.  If I just signed up for this new program I wouldn’t ever have to pay interest or late fees again.  Woohoo!  The only thing I had to do was sign up for a program that was going to cost me a specified amount every month.  What?!  I haven’t ever paid a late fee or really any interest costs since getting the card 3 years ago, but they want me to pay every month for the possibility of not paying the fees that I haven’t been paying the whole time.  Huh?  If the first phone call wasn’t enough I was called again today with someone different giving me the same song and dance.  Before she could get through the whole script I stopped her and told her that a representative from her company had called me last week and I had declined then and I was declining again now.  She just kept talking!  She told me that I didn’t understand what the program could do for me.  What?!  Now you’re telling me that I’m not smart enough to understand your schemes to get my money.  Hold on!  I again informed the lady that I was not interested and I did in fact understand the terms of the program.  She indicated, just like the other gentleman, that I would be receiving information in the mail to try yet again to get me to sign up for their stupid program.  Oh boy, I can hardly wait!

About invisiblebusinesssolutions

Gina Cozza is a talented administrative professional with a love for learning. These talents along with her desire to help people succeed are the reasons she created Invisible Business Solutions. With over 20 years experience in the engineering industry, serving both government and small business sectors, Gina has proven her success time and again. In 1989, Gina started working for the US Bureau of Mines as an intern. She worked her way through high school and college gaining many different skills along the way. In 1993, she transitioned to the small business sector working for a geologist. While working in a small office, she learned many different aspects of the business including accounting and field work. When the business closed in 1998, Gina began working for another small engineering firm in Spokane, WA. Gina quickly worked her way up from office assistant to office manager within the small engineering firm. During her 12 years as office manager, Gina took on many responsibilities within the organization including but not limited to client relations, document review, collections, accounts receivable, accounts payable, environmental field work, as well as many other administrative tasks. Gina learned quickly that working for small business requires you to “wear many different hats.” She found that she loved the diversity of the job. In 2009, Gina opened Invisible Business Solutions. The primary focus of Invisible Business Solutions is assisting businesses with their administrative needs. This includes a variety of services, such as document review, transcription, collections, or contact management. Gina has extensive experience with all aspects of Microsoft Office Suite, dealing with many administrative areas any small business may have. Gina realizes that technology is advancing daily and businesses need to keep up with social media in order to prosper. She tries to educate herself in order to understand this ever evolving technology in order to help her clients stay on top of the social media market.
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