2020 Oct 9, 6:31pm
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Patrick saysAs for my phone, I just never answer unless I know the person. If it's important, they will leave a message.Has anyone considered how fucked up it is that a person doesn't even want to answer the phone anymore?
As for my phone, I just never answer unless I know the person. If it's important, they will leave a message.
First of all, how the fuck did they get my number and know my name?
It’s interesting how many people don’t answer their phones if they don’t recognize the number (and half the time they do recognize it they still don’t answer).I’m sure this has a lot to do with the amount of spam and robocalls people get.
I got text message to fill out some stupid poll about elections. Filled it out saying everywhere that I will vote for trump and that D's suck, and have not received any more. Text was from D's.
BayArea saysAt the same time, receiving a call is kind of intrusive these dayEmail and texting are really much better.
At the same time, receiving a call is kind of intrusive these day
Good point that I probably have a good basis for complaint with the FCC.
I read that when phones were first invented, polite society would not use them because it was considered so intrusive and demeaning to drop what you were doing at the ring of a bell.
I'd make sure to send one last text to stop texting me and I don't know how you got my info.
"So, how much are you willing to pay me to get my vote?"
First of all, how the fuck did they get my number and know my name? That's pretty creepy right there.
Of course, I've only heard stories from the older peeps in my family
I'm sure there is an algorithm in any case.
It's weird that donkeys are spending any time at all on CA voters. The shit is in the bag for them here, so why bother? Is it money they want?
@CBOEtrader I love it. Was the Darth comment your own, or is this screenshot from somewhere else?
Im trying to change this with my chatbot insurance sales system :)
That was my exchange w them :)
CBOEtrader saysThat was my exchange w them :)You guys need to mask your phone number.
Its the callers phone number. Feel free to spam the Biden campaign bro
Cell carrier, any social media apps on the phone, google or apple account, any form where you put your real name and that cell number. Unless you're pretty paranoid about your privacy, there's endless sources for them.
Good point. Outside of NSA, the means of accurate data collection are certainly more limited. My phone was purchased using an Ebay account that doesn't tie back to me, paid with a gift card. I've had difficulty using it for 2fa on some sites, guessing because it's not associated with a real person.
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