At the suggestion of one of my blog readers, cp retiree, who thought yesterday’s blog post was of good quality, he suggested that the next time these phone scammers call and ask about purchasing an extended vehicle service contract, I should tell them that I own a luxury car.
Specifically, a Lamborghini Gran Turismo Omologato.
First off, the Gran Turismo Omologato is more of a Ferrari badge than a Lambo badge, but these clowns probably don’t care. For them, a $5,000 vehicle service contract is a $5,000 vehicle service contract, they don’t care.
Also, it looks as if the scammers operate on a two-tier system. First, they see if you’re willing to talk to them by using a robocall system. Then, they put a receptionist on the phone to confirm that you have a car that fits within their promotional specs. Then, after they’ve confirmed this, then they put you in touch with a representative, who tries to sell you their piece of shit product.
Okay, let’s test this theory. Next time one of these shavartzers calls, I’m upgrading my car.
Oh, wait, they’re calling now.
That’s right, folks. I take requests. 😀
Hee hee hee…
Gran Turismo Omologato. Omologato. You know what rhyrms with Omologato?