It's not often that I encounter someone this amazingly antisocial and tenacious. I usually like to support small businesses and provide help when I can but this was a bizarre experience. I'm impressed that he can manage to find and keep customers for NuFone.net. I think it shows how undeveloped the VoIP market is.
From: Jeremy McNamara via RT
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2004 16:53:07 -0500 Subject: Re: [nufone.net #1721] VoIP capabilities Kyler Laird via RT wrote: > There didn't seem to be a reply on this message but that's o.k. I tried > to order service over the phone today and was unable so I've decided to > give VoicePulse a shot. > Reply to what message? When voicepulse goes down for another week, you will change your mind. Jeremy McNamara From: Jeremy McNamara via RT Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2004 16:59:35 -0500 Subject: Re: [nufone.net #1721] VoIP capabilities email@example.com via RT wrote: > A copy of my message requesting new service last night was sent to me > without any extra content added to it. That was our system closing out that trouble ticket due to inactivity. The top of the message shows the state change. >>When voicepulse goes down for another week, you >>will change your mind. > > > I already don't like it but at least I was able to order it. As our website states you can paypal firstname.lastname@example.org or call 248-724-VoIP to debit your credit card. If someone does not answer the phone number it is customary for you to leave your name and contact information so that someone can call you back. Jeremy McNamara From: Jeremy McNamara via RT Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 00:08:44 -0500 Subject: Re: [nufone.net #1721] VoIP capabilities email@example.com via RT wrote: > On Wed, Aug 18, 2004 at 04:59:35PM -0500, Jeremy McNamara via RT wrote: > > >>>A copy of my message requesting new service last night was sent to me >>>without any extra content added to it. >> >> >>That was our system closing out that trouble ticket due to inactivity. >>The top of the message shows the state change. > > > Would you like to point out exactly where that state change is noted? That email is from you From: Jeremy McNamara Date: Wed, 08 Sep 2004 22:15:32 -0400 Subject: PAP2 The PAP2 and the RT31P2 both are ABSOLUTELY NOT ~LOCKED~ to Vonage. I have personally reconfigured both units to talk to any SIP proxy, without opening the unit or otherwise violating the warranty If you were a nicer person I might give you a few really good tips. All I will say is the other people that responded to your post are on the right track. Jeremy McNamara From: Jeremy McNamara Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2004 00:15:20 -0400 Subject: Thanks Thank you. I knew you would post that on my behalf. Shall I send you a unit pre-configured to NuFone to prove my point? Jeremy McNamara From: Jeremy McNamara Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2004 02:48:44 -0400 Subject: Fun day Just so you know, quite a few of us in IRC have been having fun at your expense today. You played the game exactly how I knew you would. Also, I sorta feel like I owe you a commission or spiff of some sort for all of the attention (and customers) you have brought my company. Seriously, we have had dozens of prospects point out all of your wonderful posts in all of the crazy places you found, yet many still decided to sign up. Sure, there are a small number of people that sent me some private hatemail about my Attitude / Lack of Professionalism [sic], but overall your public postings have helped us. Thanks again, Jeremy From: Jeremy McNamara Subject: A picture is worth a thousand words Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2004 23:25:23 -0400 http://www.indie.org/pap2.jpg From: Jeremy McNamara Subject: Thanks once again Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2004 20:44:26 -0400 Just signed up the 5th new customer that specifically pointed out the fact that you keep spamming comp.dcom.voice-over-ip about us. Feel free to keep giving us free advertisement
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