Just had an interesting sales call. Well, there wasn't any call per se. The phone rang and the caller ID was for a website. When I answered, all that was playing was music and no person on the other end. Annoying, right? I hung up, looked up the website and found out it was a cloud VoIP website. As soon as I went to the website a chat window popped up welcoming me. Ugh.
Not sure if clever sales attempt phone call or rude way of luring me to their website. I'm feeling the latter and also feeling taken advantage of. I want to report this deceitful attempt at a sales call, but don't know if that's a thing? If I mention the name then I also feel I'm spreading the word for them for free.
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