Discussion in 'Joint Ventures' started by Jonny Quick, Aug 12, 2011.
I really miss this woman.
time to take your medications.
Um..wtf is this shit?
I tried to read the first couple paragraphs.....i have no idea whats going on.
I read the whole thing and I'm so lost.
And how is this TW's problem??? You have a virus/spyware/bot thats eating up your resources and bandwidth
Stop ranting at thier support about wasting your time and money. go get your pc fixed. All that is going to happen on saturday is they will test the cable from your house to the junction and that the cablemodem has the correct up/downlink speeds to his latop..... anything you connect to it is down to you
Read it slow and think about it. It's part entertainment, part "stream of consciousness" general ideas for making money, and part serious suggestions for making significant income in the area of Reputation Management as a possible Joint Venture for interested parties that have something to contribute. I'm showing mine.
Suggestions welcome. I'm still editing and can continue to do so until the Forum Software prevents further editing. Until that time, I can make whatever changes/additions might be interesting, useful or profitable. I'll be back from work later this evening, to check in on how things have evolved.
Q: Given: 50% + 50% + 50% = 150%,
What is the name of the person that first APPROVED ?
I can't say for certain yet, one way or the other. This post (not the whole thread, just this particular post) is to inform (and not warn) people about it. It's too early to pull the fire alarm yet, but if I find out for certain, I will most certainly pull it.
I have installed several "blackhat" softwares being promoted on this site (BHW). No, I'm not going to post their names. If the proof is absolutely certain, I'll post the name, URL etc... of the software, but I'm not going to make disparaging comments or raise people's anxieties with no real evidence. Right now Time Warner is the reason why I don't know if it's malware or not, so if you are worried then know that Time Warner is your enemy also, and they need to be punished as an object lesson. It's been 5 days, and they can't give me someone to talk to that can't get off the script.
I don't trust the Security of my System to subliterate retards that can only read what's in front of them, either. Intelligence involves something more than just reading the words on the page. They can teach monkeys to read. That doesn't mean we entrust them with our encrypted bank account usernames and passwords. Someone should tell our nation's schoolchildren this, as well as our elected leaders. There are also some forum members that might find this information useful.
I'm not sure if I just had a stroke, or if you really lack basic communication skills.
Putting the craziness and incomprehensible posts of the op aside, why is this in the JV section?
Your computer is infected? Lets JV?
Had a quiet moment a bit ago, and had an opportunity to mentally review.
During the last intense (and failed) Customer Service phone call, at some point I realized delibarate use of the "F-word" wasn't gaining me any traction. That was as far as I could go, so I stopped, and decided that I was no longer talking to here, I was talking AT her.
What an Air Force Drill Instructor once told me was "One-Way Communication". (I envy her husband.)
When she didn't hear the message that I was no longer going to cooperate with her premanufactured Customer Service script, I swore a few times to no effect. The final escalation:
(Sung loudly, with a marching blues cadence, like what the Marine Corps sings while on their way to war.)
Etc... new insult, with the chorus to drown out the response. In my mind, the entire Customer Service call center is gathered around a common speaker, listening to the performance.
Spouting obscenities gets you nowhere, it's all about social marketing - make the rep give you what you want and make him/her like it. All the other rambling in your posts confuse me quite frankly but if you're ever in Dallas lets have a drink.
You are a stupid ass!!
Stupid? Far from it.
This is one way of doing "Reputation Management". Some might cave in 2 weeks for $1000. Some might take 6 months to pay $10,000. If the reviews are real and/or well-written, that amount may increase, and that time could decrease.
They sent a Level 2 Tech today. He couldn't have been more polite. He showed me his laptop, all the signal thingies. The amplifier is making one signal too high, which somehow makes the internet signal too low, so they removed the amplifier, installed a 6 dB splitter and they think this is going to work.
Spouting obscenities got me some attention. The fact that they were also true got me some consideration. They ARE retarded, are NOT qualified to talk to me, and do not have the ability to force me to listen to them or accept their opinion about anything as relevant.
It was pretty obvious the onsite Tech had some understanding of what the situation had been. Also I had let them know that I was blogging the failure to fix the problem the second time real time and online might have had some effect.
The post above is tendered to offer some evidence that there are certain people (and organizations) that have power where "everyone else" does not. Some people must be polite in order to get what they want, while other people get people to do what they demand by any means that work.
Posting a website documenting corporate failures to deliver even adequate customer service in such a way that it threatens their ability to continue to make money will create some interest in the least and money in the best case. Time Warner is just a real-time example. There could be audio recordings of "customer service phone calls gone wrong". Online classes in how to manipulate the "customer care center" in order to create certain situations that may not have been anticipated. Edge conditions, if you will.
Just today, Bank of America informed me that a recent software update has cause some customer's browsers to display a message warning of potential problems with their online banking. He only got the memo this morning. I've had the problem since 3 days ago. That's a 2 day window to provide hard, searchable text information to BofA customers that BofA was not, and possibly could not.
If a search of the text "Bank+of+America+Changes+May+not+Be+Reflected" went to a "Reputation Management" site (mine, or ours) and no BofA site anywhere to be seen, BofA customers would get only get what information that site gave them. That's called "Power", folks.
Is their browser secure? Are their passwords and account names safe? How often does BofA have these kinds of problems?
They aren't getting answers to these questions from BofA, so we'll manage their reputation for them.
I work for the cable company...where would you like your moat sir?
Dont see the $$$ ? :S
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