Yesterday in my post about Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers in Apple Valley, I hinted that I would talk about the joke that “Founders Circle” has become in my circle of friends. Unfortunately I didn’t get around to writing that post but something more important has come up in the mean time.
Yesterday I got home from work to find Kim laying on the couch and a bright ’1′ shining on the answering machine. I went over and hit play and listened to “Erin” on the other end go into a spiel about “Justice: a clothing store for girls” something of which I cannot locate anything definitive online.
According to the FCC, my current phone numbers have been on the Do Not Call List since 6/29/2003 which includes all numbers I have currently and have had before.
So I call the phone number that was provided by the Justice: a clothing store for girls and it’s more automated non-sense including information about their upcoming sale and how to remove yourself from future calls of the sort. I wasn’t interested in being removed as I shouldn’t be there in the first place and I wasn’t interested in hearing more about their Veterans’ Day sale.
I hopped on the Do Not Call List website and filed a formal complaint with the FCC. As everyone who reads regularly knows, I do not give out my phone number during *any* business transactions (especially Broadway Pizza in Apple Valley) and I certainly don’t appreciate it when others bother me even when I do have a prior established business relationship with the company (like US Bank who had some satisfaction survey company call last night and the agent of this company decided to hang up when I said I wasn’t terribly satisfied with them calling me).
So, if you get a call from Justice: a clothing store for girls and you are on the FCC’s Do Not Call List, I suggest you file a formal complaint with them. Companies really need to understand the law before they go around fucking shit up.