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Saturday, January 13, 2007

I love revenge

especially for small and pretty stuff.

We sold our condo about a year ago. The new buyer (whose wife was a C*NT at the close has had his cell phone bill forwarded to our address for the past 6 months (no idea why). We called the cell phone provider and they will not allow us to change the address.

So now Wifey has let me get some revenge. I don't want to just cancel his cell phone service because that can be detected and corrected easily. Instead, I want to deluge him with telephone solicitations. Since this is a work phone and he is likely a drug rep, he can't easily change his number.Any ideas on how to quickly sign him up for really ANNOYING and persistant telemarketer?

2 comments:

TenMile said...

Why not just send it back to the post office with the address change as a "no such resident".

After a couple of missed payments the problem should cure itself.

Wifey said...

It's not that simple. We did that, but our reuqests were ignored. Besides, I believe it's automatically paid by the company.