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Customer Service Rep Calls Generating American Employment

I received an email a few days ago, and it made sense. This should be useful advice and help generate employment and money back to the United States of America. When you call a customer service for no telling how many companys, services, utilities, even stores now (such as fast food restuarants) are sending your call to foreign countries. This is not to produce racial slander or liable, but to give input of viable service to you and your friends, families, co-workers. In order for this to work, here is a suggestion to pass along to all you know and get the message sent to these businesses we want our services put back. When you call and get a customer service rep in a foreign country, and you will be able to tell by accent, do not be rude about it, but politely ask to speak to someone in America or The United States. They will try to persuade you to stay on the phone with them, but still being polite, ask again and tell them, "I am sorry, but I am having trouble understanding your accent." They have to transfer your call back to The United States and allow you to speak with someone in America that speaks English as we have learned. Be patient, because it will take them a couple of minutes to get the call sent back, but it is well worth the time and the effort. It is no offense to the people in the foreign country to ask for someone in America, but be prepared to have them try and keep you on the line with them, as they have obtained a job and whether they are paid by the hour or by the call, they still have to abide to your request. By doing this, it tells the businesses in the United States that we want to speak to someone in America to deal with our issues. This will help generate employment in the America which generates money in America. Right now part of your money is going to these foreign countries for the calls made, and why should you support them, when you, your family members, neighbors, friends, and so forth could use that job. Let's keep our money in the place it was generated to begin with. As stated, be polite, it is not the person you are talking to that convinced these businesses to send the call to their country, but you can request this and they have to do so legally. It has been reported to me by a few people when they tried this they were hung up on instead of being transferred, the foreign rep continued to insist to stay on the line with them, the foreign rep also became rude when requesting to speak with an English speaking person from America. Don't let them push you around, stay persistent that you want your call transferred. We understand these countries have to earn income as well, but we need to build our country back to a thriving nation first then we are able to help our neighbors around the world. Have a good day.
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Have had to do this, because of the static in the phone lines. Also, the accent was so thick I could not understand what they said after having them repeat it 4 or more times.

In the past 2 years I have also noted the foreign speaking accented person you are connected to have began to give us common names, rather than Abdul, or Ahbeid. They are using, Steve, Mike, Dave, John, Suzie, Carol, and so on. Don't be fooled, not all of them are in a foreign country, they are right here in the good Ol UNITED STATES. Corporate America decided we must be ***, and if they give us a common English name, we will not yell, cuss, scream, or be rude to these people with a foreign accent.

Don't they realize we can still tell the difference in the accents.

It is not much different than a person living in the south with a southern draw or slower speech, than those in California, who speak faster and say things related to beach terms, or the difference in You All, You Guys, Ya'll, Yous Guys, etc. 8)

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Sheppard, Texas



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