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Be careful when you make a phone call. The number you call is probably right, the person you reach on the other side might not be the person you want. Your phone is probably hacked as your computer is. Every time you call, a gang stalker is hired to answer the phone to fool you into thinking you’ve reached the right number. Most of these people are so unprofessional that it’s laughable. They are so unprofessional that it amazes me that anyone would take them seriously.
I remember one time I called my insurance company and a woman answered and then passed the phone to someone else. The woman who came on tried to sound professional. She answered using the insurance name, but I could tell she was a fake. I asked the woman “is this so and so company?” She answered “yes”. The problem was that I didn’t give her the right name, so I knew she was a phony. I told the woman I was getting off, but I didn’t. I stayed on the phone and listened. While listening I could hear the two woman talking and a baby began to cry. I heard the woman tell the baby to be quiet, but it was too late. That’s how unprofessional these people are. When you make a call, your call is re-directed to a gang stalker’s home, who sits by the phone, and makes believe they’re whatever company you’re calling. You can always tell a professional by how they sound and what they say.
Yesterday, it happened again. I tried to reach my internet access company to tell them that I’d gotten a new debit card. The company automatically takes the money out of my account, approved by the bank, of course. I forgot to tell them I got a new card. Without the new number, the company can’t get access to deduct the amount from my account. I dialed the number and got a man who answered “hello.” The company never, never has live human being answer the phone. All my transactions with the company are with phonebots. So right away, I knew it wasn’t the right number. I hung up. I redialed again. Again, I got the same man. I redialed a third time to make sure I hadn’t dialed the wrong number. The man answered again. I asked the man “is this so and so company?” He answered “yes.” It was not the right name of the company. He stuttered trying to convince me that I’d reached the internet access company. He had a southern accent, and I remembered the man I had seen going into apartment 203. He doesn’t live here, but I could tell he was another gang stalker hired by the government. He definitely looked like one of the people who works for the government Very crisp looking slacks, a very neat shirt and a tie. He was taken into the apartment by a man similarly dressed. I think apartment 203 is used as an office. I don’t miss anything. I always have my eyes open. I’m sure if I were to break into the apartment, I would find an office set-up with a lot of technical stuff all around. FBI (Federal Bureau of Idiots!), or whoever you are, I know where you are. Maybe you need a new place to do your spying?
So, as I was writing, make sure you get the right company when you make a phone call. At one time, I used a pay phone when I had personal business, but they soon took care of that. They hacked almost every phone I used to have the calls directed to them. I was always able to use the 800 number for the company when I used the public phones, but soon the 800 number no longer worked. I’d be on the phone for about 5 minutes and the voice would come on telling me to add money. So I knew my days on the public phones were over. So, again, be careful, wherever you make the call from, and make sure you’re not being re-directed to a government flunky, or gang stalker. If you doubt it’s the right company, get off right away.
They sure didn’t want me to tell you this; they kept erasing my blog.
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