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#IllinoisPoliceAssociation why you LIE?????? Waking me up early with BULLSHIT.
Sending machines to call and bother people and pretending to be human. REALLY?????
after I told IT that IT was a machine, IT hung up on me.....how rude. #FukkYouKenDotryCabronLiarTerminatorHoe



Added: Sep-15-2017 
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  • A common scam. Criminal police unions basically team up with criminal "charity fund raiser" scams to use their name to collect large sums of money, which proceeds they basically split. A tiny fraction of the money is occasionally used to write a check for something they can claim is actually charitable.

    They got all fancy with the voice-recognition on this one. But that shit never quite crosses the uncanny valley. It fools the elderly on occasion.

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  • So, just hang up instead of getting all 'expressive' about it...

    Somewhere down the line YOU agreed to these calls.

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    • @Subvibes 

      Not true. The calls are made without any regard for prior agreement of any kind. Because these scams are barely inside the lines of law and classify themselves as charitable organizations, they are not bound by most of the rules that require consent. They usually don't even offer their targets any means to opt out.

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    • @NotJim I see... This didn't sound like a 'scam call' to me though. Just a regular automated call from the local police fund-raiser. For example, if I enter a raffle at my local shopping mall to win a car, I'm guaranteed to get some calls over the next few months from local police or fire services asking to donate or enter other prize-draws. The company selling tickets may also sell my details to 3rd party vendors (it's all in the fine-print), but none of those vendors are true 'scams' - just a More..

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    • @Subvibes Hahaha I had my name on the national registry in the U.S. as soon as it was introduced and it didn't do me any good. Only thing that made the calls stop permanently was moving to England 6 years ago. If it's working for you folks down under, you really are lucky.

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    • @Slipstream Wow, those calls must've really been bothering you if you moved to England because of them! Hahahaha... I'm kidding. ;)
      You're the lucky one! I lived in the UK until I was 18 (mid 90's) and I miss it dearly.
      Australian TV is terrible. British TV is much better for when you know the weather's gonna be shit for a whole month and all you wanna do is stay home.
      My childhood cousins lived in London until around the time we emigrated to Australia and they moved in Seattle at the same t More..

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  • careful, next time it might be Dr. Phil

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  • "No, there is a live person here."

    Wow. That is actually pretty fucked.

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  • Um, hang up?

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  • If the caller is not in my contact list I will never ever pick up.
    leave a message and I'll decide if and when to return the call.

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