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Since: Jul 10

Broken Arrow, OK

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#1
Jul 26, 2010
 
Don't go to Infocision for a job. They are one of the worst places to work for in Huntington. They will fire you at the drop of a HAT!!
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Richmond, KY

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#2
Sep 21, 2010
 
what did you do to lose your job??
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Ashland, KY

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#3
Sep 26, 2010
 
i agree with you about that. there are a lot of shady things going on with upper management. i promise. i know. just be careful with everything that you say. keep your mouth shut at work and you'll be fine. if they ask for input about something, don't say anything. even if there are a lot of problems don't say anything. you will get in trouble. i promise. the easiest way to fix problems there is to cut the person that is willing to speak.
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#4
Sep 30, 2010
 
I use to work there and on my last day, I let management know why I went and found a new job and they begged me to reconsider. What people don't realize is that there are more communicators than management. If you all get up and walk out, no one will be there to do the work. Maybe then they will learn to treat their employees better!
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Huntington, WV

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#5
Oct 24, 2010
 
I also worked at infocision and was fired because of a disability. I am currently seeking legal action against the company, but there is definitely a reason no one works there for long. Whileaking calls, I also received several complaints from people that had repeatedly been asked to be placed on the do not call list, yet they were continually being harrassed by infocision. This is a terrible company to work for and I dont recommend them to anyone.
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Wilkinson, WV

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Oct 24, 2010
 

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Whileaking calls, I also received several complaints from people that had repeatedly been asked to be placed on the do not call list, yet they were continually being harrassed by infocision. This is a terrible company to work for and I dont recommend them to anyone.
What room did you work in?

You should know that only solicitation calls are subject to the do not call list.

Infocision doesn't even do solicitation (trying to sale something) calls as far as I know.

Asking people to donate who have donated before doesn't count as solicitation.
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Huntington, WV

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#7
Oct 24, 2010
 
Well wrote:
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What room did you work in?
You should know that only solicitation calls are subject to the do not call list.
Infocision doesn't even do solicitation (trying to sale something) calls as far as I know.
Asking people to donate who have donated before doesn't count as solicitation.
The national do not call list is for solicitation calls, but when someone specifically asks to be taken off of a particular list, they are supposed to be removed. Even infocision will tell you this, but people are repeatedly receiving calls, even after asking multiple times to be removed. And when one person said that their husband had recently died so they didnt wish to participate, I was told that I should have asked if it was within the last 30 days, and if it wasnt I should have attempted to coerce the person. I dealt with other similar but equally touchy situations in which continuing the call wouldve been insensitive, but was told that it was policy.I also was told numerous times by people who had been willing partcipants in the past, that due to the repeated calls, they would not be interested now nor in the future. Personally I believe infocision harasses and tries to take advantage of people in an attempt to meet a quota. They have one of the highest employee turnover rates of any businesses in the area. Most people hired there quit within the first six months.
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Huntington, WV

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#8
Oct 25, 2010
 
I always heard good stuff about info.
hO hO hO Ho Ho Ho

Charleston, WV

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#9
Oct 26, 2010
 
New girl Sharon will give it up, she horny all d time.
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Oct 26, 2010
 
Well wrote:
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What room did you work in?
You should know that only solicitation calls are subject to the do not call list.
Infocision doesn't even do solicitation (trying to sale something) calls as far as I know.
Asking people to donate who have donated before doesn't count as solicitation.
YES IT DOES....the same for political calls. THE DNC list is for all companies that do not have an established relationship with a person such as your telephone company or credit card companies. Google it.
Well

Wilkinson, WV

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Oct 26, 2010
 
what wrote:
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YES IT DOES....the same for political calls. THE DNC list is for all companies that do not have an established relationship with a person such as your telephone company or credit card companies. Google it.
NO IT DOESN'T...certain calls are exempt.

For example, if you are a member of the NRA and have donated before they can call you again.

Google it and read slowly because apparently your reading comprehension is equal to that of a 1st Grader.
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#13
Nov 21, 2010
 
Does anyone have any comments regarding the work from home position? What does it pay? etc etc etc

Thanks

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#14
Nov 22, 2010
 
what do they pay?
Hank jr fan

Hurricane, WV

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Nov 22, 2010
 
what wrote:
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YES IT DOES....the same for political calls. THE DNC list is for all companies that do not have an established relationship with a person such as your telephone company or credit card companies. Google it.
It depends on what list you are talking about.

Political and non-profit organizations are exempt from the national do-not-call list.

If you are speaking about InfoCision's do-no-call list, that is another issue. If asked, the communicator should add the name to the do-not-call list.

If the person on the other end of the line says "Don't call me again!" or some other such nonsense, the communicator does not legally have to add the name to the no-call list. If the person truly does not wish to be called again they will ask to be placed on the do-not-call list. If the communicator is calling the husband and the wife says not to call back, why should the wife be able to tell the company not to call her husband? In most instances the wife is just being a b*tch and doesn't want her husband (who typically is the bread winner in the first place) to part with any money she could use to order from QVC or get beanie babies from a local flea market. If you want him off the list, put him on the phone and make him ask like a man.

That's my opinion anyway. No reason to hide under your wife's skirt tails.
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Saint Albans, WV

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Nov 22, 2010
 
Hank jr fan wrote:
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It depends on what list you are talking about.
Political and non-profit organizations are exempt from the national do-not-call list.
If you are speaking about InfoCision's do-no-call list, that is another issue. If asked, the communicator should add the name to the do-not-call list.
If the person on the other end of the line says "Don't call me again!" or some other such nonsense, the communicator does not legally have to add the name to the no-call list. If the person truly does not wish to be called again they will ask to be placed on the do-not-call list. If the communicator is calling the husband and the wife says not to call back, why should the wife be able to tell the company not to call her husband? In most instances the wife is just being a b*tch and doesn't want her husband (who typically is the bread winner in the first place) to part with any money she could use to order from QVC or get beanie babies from a local flea market. If you want him off the list, put him on the phone and make him ask like a man.
That's my opinion anyway. No reason to hide under your wife's skirt tails.
I won't even comment on your off the wall comment about the man being the bread winner if the family but will regarding the laws of DNC rules. It doesn't matter if the babysitter tells you to put the number on the DNC list, you have to comply. The DNC is representing numbers not individuals.
Hank jr fan

Hurricane, WV

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Nov 22, 2010
 
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I won't even comment on your off the wall comment about the man being the bread winner if the family but will regarding the laws of DNC rules. It doesn't matter if the babysitter tells you to put the number on the DNC list, you have to comply. The DNC is representing numbers not individuals.
"Don't call here again" is significantly different than "Put me on your do-not-call list." Even someone with your obviously slower brain functionality should be able to see that.
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#18
Nov 22, 2010
 
"Will All Telemarketing Calls Stop If I Register?
If I register my number on the National Do Not Call Registry, will it stop all telemarketing calls?
No. Placing your number on the National Do Not Call Registry will stop most telemarketing calls, but not all. Because of limitations in the jurisdiction of the FTC and FCC, calls from or on behalf of political organizations, charities, and telephone surveyors would still be permitted, as would calls from companies with which you have an existing business relationship, or those to whom you’ve provided express agreement in writing to receive their calls. However, IF YOU ASK a company with which you have an existing business relationship to PLACE YOUR NUMBER ON ITS DO-NOT-CALL LIST, it must honor your request. You should keep a record of the date you make the request."

http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/aler...

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Nov 22, 2010
 
i need to try that
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Nov 22, 2010
 
Hank jr fan wrote:
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"Don't call here again" is significantly different than "Put me on your do-not-call list." Even someone with your obviously slower brain functionality should be able to see that.
You must have the slower brain functionality since you don't even understand your own remark because you stated that if the wife wants him off the list, then she should put him on the phone! I will say it again, it doesn't matter who says to put the NUMBER on the DNC list, it must be done...Move on!
Well

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Nov 22, 2010
 
what wrote:
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You must have the slower brain functionality since you don't even understand your own remark because you stated that if the wife wants him off the list, then she should put him on the phone! I will say it again, it doesn't matter who says to put the NUMBER on the DNC list, it must be done...Move on!
He proved your buttocks wrong.

You said being placed on the national do not call list means no telemarketers could call you. He posted PROOF,(which you do not have and cannot post) to back up his point.

Get over it, and move on!

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