[protected] I received a phone call from Bob Fitzgerald Coaching wanting me to sign up to have them prospect on my behalf. The first sales person I spoke with was nice and explained the program to me. I was told to think about it and get back in contact. [protected] I received a voice message from the sales manager stating that he wanted to talk with me. I called back and left a voice message stating that I had given it some thought and was not interested. [protected] I received a call from the sales manager and he asked why I was not interested. I told him that I had given it some thought and just felt it wasn’t the right thing to do at this time. He would not take no for an answer and kept asking me what the problem was. I told him I had just decided to not spend the money and I was sure some other agent would be willing to work with them. After telling him my answer was no for about the 4th time, he hung up on me. What a bully. If this is the way they treat people, I would not sign up with them in a million years even if they paid me. I do not work with rude people. If they think that is the way you get people to listen to them, they are mistaken, at least with me. I tried calling their main phone number to express my feelings and I could not get a hold of a live person. Luckily I did not spend any money. I don’t have a resolution of my complaint other than to make sure other people know how you can be treated.
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