We are living in the age of the TV spokesperson.
Flo for Progressive. That perky AT&T gal at the mall. The mayhem guy for Allstate. And they all owe their careers and pricey exclusive contracts to this guy:
He made Verizon’s slogan ‘Can you hear me now?’ ubiquitous and annoying.
Then he disappeared.
I guess his no-compete clause finally expired.
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Dear Time Warner:
Ms. King didn’t enjoy your phone calls, and who can blame her. Your customer service representatives called her — after she explained that they had the wrong number — an additional 74 times to harass her about a previous client’s unpaid bill.
Now a court says you owe her $229,500 under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
So, call me instead. I’m an actual Time Warner Customer. I even pay my bills. And I’ll only charge you…$1,000 a call.
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