Let me help you all, instead. If one calls the number both Consumer Reports and your company have noted as their number to call, you will get a sales office for a life-alert system instead. You should remove this phone number of *-***-***-**** because it is a SCAM of some kind. I told the poor woman having to work on commissions, I suppose, that I’d already been through all that (check my kitchen table* there sits one, unused, one woman talked me into). She kept talking, over me, getting louder and louder as she unbrokenly read her transcript as if her very life depended upon her making this sales pitch all the way through. She was so excellent at her job that, following my resorting to SCREAMING at her, I hung up. And began looking into this. I ran into the same thing with another company last week. My God, are they interbreeding and spawning? Will they soon be everywhere you call? Anyway, I’m highly disturbed by this. I don’t like being played, and they’re so good that they already played me once and won. I’m highly competitive, though. I’ll figure this stuff out.
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