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    Amazon lovefilm rep fail lolz

    Just had a lovefilm sales guy on the doorstep interesting conversation that as he was waving his ipad around I asked him why he didn't have a kindle fire, what's a kindle fire was his response.

    Fail.

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    Most people affected by the shineyness dont know about much other tech

    on another note i had one of those reps on my door about 3 months ago and they were trying to sell me lovefilm 'free' for 6 months, I went through the whole talk etc and at the end she wanted my card details as I would have to pay £15 upfront and then be tied to a contract for a year..... my door was then closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Just had a lovefilm sales guy on the doorstep
    Does he sell ironing board covers and dusters too?

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    Had one over the weekend. "Don't worry we're not Jovahs Witnesses" he says, "Don't bother, I'm already a subscriber" I said.

    If they haven't got a list of subscribers in their area (doors not to knock on) and they're asking for credit card details on the doorstep, makes you wonder if they are actually from Amazon or if it's a scam...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmcd35 View Post
    If they haven't got a list of subscribers in their area (doors not to knock on) and they're asking for credit card details on the doorstep, makes you wonder if they are actually from Amazon or if it's a scam...
    It does sound like a scam. Why would an Internet-based company sell door-to-door?



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