When I bought a new RV last year I got a free Coachnet Membership. Ok, fine. Well, my membership is about to expire. Ok, I know some of you LOVE Coachnet and swear by it, but I don't like their "harassment" techniques.
My caller ID started showing daily calls from a number I didn't recognize. I ignored them. But when it got up to two weeks of these calls, I decided to to find out who it was. I called, discovered it was Coachnet. Since I had an "existing business relationship" (free membership), this means that they were allowed to "harass" me. I informed them that I was not planning to renew, would they please stop calling? I told them if I received one more call, "see you in court and you owe me $500 for that call." They insisted that it can take up to 30 days to remove a number. (THIS IS TOTAL BS! THEY HAVE THE TECHNOLOGY TO REMOVE INSTANTLY! THE 30 DAYS IS JUST AN EXCUSE TO KEEP HARASSING YOU IN THE HOPE YOU WILL CHANGE YOUR MIND!)
Well, I got called again, after my "do not call" request. Under the Do Not Call law, one "oops" is allowed. I contacted Coachnet again and said that today's call would be considered the "oops" call. Any more calls, and it's "See you in court, you owe me $500 per call." A supervisor assured me that I would be added to the "Do Not Call" list. We'll see. They used up their "get out of jail" card.