Saturday, July 25, 2009

I didn't know this...

I just had a HUGE run in with HP computer... so I found this and request you do the same. We need the jobs here in Utah... and I am sure in other places throughout the United States.

According to Snopes, the research on this is in progress. Try to remember this EVERY TIME you have to talk to a customer service representative and you cannot understand them. I did not know that we could do this, but I sure am going to try it. Help bring jobs back to the U.S.A. Ask for an American!

How to save some American jobs and we can help!

Hi Everyone,

I want to share with you some great information that I found out purely by
accident. I believe it can also save and create jobs in America while giving
people better customer service.

So how many times have you called a companies service phone line and found
that the rep. can barely speak English? Once with a major mortgage company
it was so bad I demanded to speak with someone who spoke English. Right at
that moment I broke the code, the secret password for customer service.

Come to find out that every American company using overseas operators must
transfer you to an American rep. by saying........
" I want to speak to a representative in America ".
(Don't take no for an answer on this)

This was confirmed by the American rep. that they must transfer you after
that request. I've tried it on a half a dozen major companies including
cable, bank, phone and mortgage companies. It works every time and I
actually get my issues taken care of.

Last thing to help save even more jobs..... don't use the automated check out
lanes they are pushing at the big box stores. Once again I found out that if
we use those check outs rather than cashiers people loose their jobs too.
I've refused to use the automated check outs and have had two cashiers
already thank me for help saving their job.


Friday, July 10, 2009

My Best Friend

There is something so comforting visiting my Best Friend. I dont' know if we have known each other for SO long that no matter what everything is funny or that we just have learned to treasure the time we have together. We drove down to California this week and got to spend time with Heidi and her kids... which was a blast. Our kids are SO alike and all the same age. They all buddied up and played together and it TOTALLY was like something we talked about when we were 15 years old "our kids will play together"... lol. I guess knowing somebody for over 20 years really is a blessing!!! Hagen Family we miss you already!

Monday, July 6, 2009