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Japanese man arrested for too many calls to CS

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Japanese man arrested for too many calls to CS

Sounds like a certain RFD troll who shall remain nameless...

https://www.cnn.com/2019/12/04/asia/jap ... index.html
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Hogwash. This man is a hero as far as I'm concerned. He made CS representatives miserable, and made them wait for him as he clogged up lines. He demanded they apologize to him for breaking terms of service.

He deserves an award of some kind for making a Telco miserable. The emperor should personally honor this man
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old people are champions of being complainers. not surprised it was 71 year old man lol
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What a moron. He should have used an auto dialer and a recorded message.
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mr_raider wrote: Hogwash. This man is a hero as far as I'm concerned. He made CS representatives miserable, and made them wait for him as he clogged up lines. He demanded they apologize to him for breaking terms of service.

He deserves an award of some kind for making a Telco miserable. The emperor should personally honor this man
Reading strictly from the news thing, he made 24000 calls to customer service because he couldn't call into a radio show.

I'm all for dishonor and such, but 24000 calls for... that...?
Kick it up the chain. Probably to someone in engineering.
Then demand a credit or something.

Calling and hanging up is just malicious. There's zero reason to do that, especially 24000 times.

I'm usually for "sticking it" to telcos, but this guy... he needs help. Like medical help.
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death_hawk wrote: Kick it up the chain. Probably to someone in engineering.
Then demand a credit or something.
Maybe he already has so many credits he has free service for the rest of his life... but that wasn't good enough for him so he had to harass them some more. Probably expects free service for his kids and grandkids too!
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mr_raider wrote: Hogwash. This man is a hero as far as I'm concerned. He made CS representatives miserable, and made them wait for him as he clogged up lines. He demanded they apologize to him for breaking terms of service.

He deserves an award of some kind for making a Telco miserable. The emperor should personally honor this man
He should win an award for making minimum wage employees miserable because they work for a Telco who they have no input in their policies?

That's like "sticking it to Walmart" by berating and insulting a Walmart cashier.
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ConsoleWatcher wrote: He should win an award for making minimum wage employees miserable because they work for a Telco who they have no input in their policies?
That's like "sticking it to Walmart" by berating and insulting a Walmart cashier.
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No kidding! Maybe if @mr_raider had a business we should all crank-call his office 24/7, show up every day to harass his staff, and so on. If it's OK to harass one business, it should be OK to harass his business too.
You'd think a "cease and desist" letter served by the telecom's lawyers would have been enough to get him off their backs.... but I like the idea of throwing such pests in the joint to send a strong message to others. Called in one too many time so he got sent to the "OOP".. office of the police! HA!
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