promotion .

i have been promoted.

and it’s horrible.

i now telemarket for a commercial company, attempting to book people into free financial assistance seminars. it’s extremely ironic that when i was calling for charity people told me “sorry, we’re not very financially adequate at the moment,” yet when i call in attempt to give them free financial advice they say “we’re okay thanks.”

fucking liars.

in light of our present economic situation, i have to say, everyone that rejected me on this offer is rather hopeless. i am indeed trying to give them absolutely free financial and wealth creation advice. this sort of prejudgement is what makes you the 70% of over 65s that retire on a shitty pension.

but hey, it’s not my fault you want to be poor.

i wonder if it’s mainly because people think telemarketers are scammers. i think that’s the main idea, although i’ve got to say, we’re not in asia or anything. it’s shows like today tonight and a current affair that bullshit these assumptions into our society. i hate them all.

and the people that watch these current affairs shows to peek into the misery of one in a million people; what’s your problem? it’s not like it really creates any awareness at all. it’s just dumb. people are dumb.

on a brighter note, i am now off to city to buy shoes.

yay.

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  1. lol even though it may be helpful to listen to a stranger babble on the other side of the phone
    im not really interested
    unless i know the who it is personally
    scam or not

    • jwang
    • April 24th, 2009

    lol but i could ring you and ‘book’ you for a seminar so yeah telemarketers are gay
    but congrats on getting promoted =D

    miss you xx

    • TW
    • April 25th, 2009

    A lot of people also don’t like being called during their leisure time when it’s someone they don’t know. You’ve got a hard job and I don’t think I’d have the patience that you have for it.

    Though I cannot see why anyone would turn down free financial advice. Silly people pointing fingers and complaining and not learning to adapt and fix their financial situation.

  2. This is a good take on society! I am learning sociology in ur blog..lol..

    The pareto principle did say that 80% of the wealth is in the hands of 20% of the population..haha..This is definitely the reason

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