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  1. #1
    Justin Green
    Guest
    I have to assume that you are too pathetic to answer the questions. You
    cannot point to where I lied, after calling me a liar no less than a dozen
    times.

    I can also conclude, absent any input from you (as previously requested),
    that you called me a liar because you didn't like what I had posted about
    Sprint PCS. Your defense of Sprint, although rather obtuse, is formed by
    attacking someone. Much like politicians do, you make a claim and do not
    back it up, letting the mere fact that you're made the accusation stand as
    some sort of evidence that I must be lying, in hopes that it would somehow
    discredit what I've posted. After repeated requests, which you continually
    avoid, you still are not able or willing to back up your claims in any way,
    even continuing the accusations.

    Furthermore, your refusal to acknowledge that Sprint ranked last in the JD
    Powers survey, along with the other JD Power critics, shows you to be quite
    incapable of honest discussion. Your repeated demands for the exact
    results, questions, formats, and methods of the study lead me to believe
    that you are attempting to also discredit the JD Powers study in a similar
    manner.

    You've failed. It's your attitude that is problematic at Sprint. After
    repeated complaints that I was dropping calls, not once could a Sprint
    customer rep admit that there was inadequate network coverage in my area.
    They continually said "You are receiving service in Little Elm," apparently
    under the assumption that if they told me this enough times, I would go
    away. Much in the same way you assume that if you call me a liar enough,
    others will start to believe it.

    I'm not sure if Sprint's interviewing process strives to find people with
    your attitudes or if they do something to you after you've been there to
    bring out these attitudes. In either case, they stink. It will and most
    likely has cost Sprint customers.

    I can be an honest person and discuss anything you'd like. I've had
    absolutely NO reason to lie about anything since I've been here. But you
    and the others (Bob, Lawrence, Isaiah, etc.) who continually nitpick anyone
    with a problem with Sprint makes you look rather sad, pathetic, and
    grasping.

    Now, unless you can have an intelligent conversation about the above, you're
    essentially making Sprint look bad, and that's about it.





    See More: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.




  2. #2
    tom ronson
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.

    this is a hell of a thing to say about Sprint's employee of the month ----
    actually, it's rather shocking.

    "Justin Green" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I have to assume that you are too pathetic to answer the questions. You
    > cannot point to where I lied, after calling me a liar no less than a dozen
    > times.
    >
    > I can also conclude, absent any input from you (as previously requested),
    > that you called me a liar because you didn't like what I had posted about
    > Sprint PCS. Your defense of Sprint, although rather obtuse, is formed by
    > attacking someone. Much like politicians do, you make a claim and do not
    > back it up, letting the mere fact that you're made the accusation stand as
    > some sort of evidence that I must be lying, in hopes that it would somehow
    > discredit what I've posted. After repeated requests, which you

    continually
    > avoid, you still are not able or willing to back up your claims in any

    way,
    > even continuing the accusations.
    >
    > Furthermore, your refusal to acknowledge that Sprint ranked last in the JD
    > Powers survey, along with the other JD Power critics, shows you to be

    quite
    > incapable of honest discussion. Your repeated demands for the exact
    > results, questions, formats, and methods of the study lead me to believe
    > that you are attempting to also discredit the JD Powers study in a similar
    > manner.
    >
    > You've failed. It's your attitude that is problematic at Sprint. After
    > repeated complaints that I was dropping calls, not once could a Sprint
    > customer rep admit that there was inadequate network coverage in my area.
    > They continually said "You are receiving service in Little Elm,"

    apparently
    > under the assumption that if they told me this enough times, I would go
    > away. Much in the same way you assume that if you call me a liar enough,
    > others will start to believe it.
    >
    > I'm not sure if Sprint's interviewing process strives to find people with
    > your attitudes or if they do something to you after you've been there to
    > bring out these attitudes. In either case, they stink. It will and most
    > likely has cost Sprint customers.
    >
    > I can be an honest person and discuss anything you'd like. I've had
    > absolutely NO reason to lie about anything since I've been here. But you
    > and the others (Bob, Lawrence, Isaiah, etc.) who continually nitpick

    anyone
    > with a problem with Sprint makes you look rather sad, pathetic, and
    > grasping.
    >
    > Now, unless you can have an intelligent conversation about the above,

    you're
    > essentially making Sprint look bad, and that's about it.
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Eric
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.

    <<Now, unless you can have an intelligent conversation about the above,
    you're essentially making Sprint look bad, and that's about it. >>

    Nah, I think Sprint is making Sprint look bad all on its own.

    Eric




  4. #4
    O/Siris .
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.

    "Justin Green" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > I have to assume that you are too pathetic to answer the questions. You
    > cannot point to where I lied, after calling me a liar no less than a dozen
    > times.
    >
    > I can also conclude, absent any input from you (as previously requested),
    > that you called me a liar because you didn't like what I had posted about
    > Sprint PCS.


    You've been told repeatedly, Justin. And you still can't accurately
    report what I've said.

    > Your defense of Sprint, although rather obtuse, is formed by
    > attacking someone.


    Interesting. No attack of Sam, or of moonraker, or of Betz... And you
    still can't accurately report what I've said about the survey, even
    after repeated corrections. And then you take offense at being called a
    liar.

    "If it walks like a duck..."

    >Much like politicians do, you make a claim and do not
    > back it up, letting the mere fact that you're made the accusation stand as
    > some sort of evidence that I must be lying, in hopes that it would somehow
    > discredit what I've posted. After repeated requests, which you continually
    > avoid, you still are not able or willing to back up your claims in any way,
    > even continuing the accusations.


    And still you can't accurately describe what I've been saying. I've
    repeatedly acknowledged the final conclusions of the study, I've NEVER
    questioned them. I simply stated, accurately, that I could not discuss
    what that conlusion was based on because JD Power would not say.

    You've got a funny way of proving your honesty, Justin. By falsely
    representing what I've said. Hmm.

    >
    > Furthermore, your refusal to acknowledge that Sprint ranked last in the JD
    > Powers survey,


    I've never *not* acknowledged it, Justin. What *has* happened is that
    I've been asked about it, and I've simply and accurately reported that
    we have no way of knowing how Sprint fared in the individual categories
    that make up the final conclusion. Once again, you fail to accurately
    report what I've said.

    > along with the other JD Power critics, shows you to be quite
    > incapable of honest discussion. Your repeated demands for the exact
    > results, questions, formats, and methods of the study lead me to believe
    > that you are attempting to also discredit the JD Powers study in a similar
    > manner.


    I've repeatedly said I don't disagree with its conclusions, Justin. And
    you've repeatedly and dishonestly characterized that as "bashing" the
    survey. Here's the REAL truth: I don't have a problem with the survey.
    I just haven't read it for myself. Neither, in fact, have you.

    >
    > You've failed. It's your attitude that is problematic at Sprint.


    I can't fail at something I've never attempted, Justin.

    > After
    > repeated complaints that I was dropping calls, not once could a Sprint
    > customer rep admit that there was inadequate network coverage in my area.
    > They continually said "You are receiving service in Little Elm," apparently
    > under the assumption that if they told me this enough times, I would go
    > away.


    A story long ago acknowledged as you being treated badly. I still say
    something appears to be missing from it, but, unlike your
    characterization, I've never accused you of lying about it. Never.

    > Much in the same way you assume that if you call me a liar enough,
    > others will start to believe it.


    More dishonesty. You are so eager and ready to assume and presume, and
    then take offense when your own tactics are returned in kind.

    >
    > I'm not sure if Sprint's interviewing process strives to find people with
    > your attitudes or if they do something to you after you've been there to
    > bring out these attitudes. In either case, they stink. It will and most
    > likely has cost Sprint customers.


    That's why I have Customer-driven awards every single month I've worked
    here, because I'm driving them away. Sure, Justin.

    >
    > I can be an honest person and discuss anything you'd like.


    Except, apparently, what I say.

    > I've had
    > absolutely NO reason to lie about anything since I've been here.


    That's the part that's been so troubling. You're right, there's no
    reason for it.

    > But you
    > and the others (Bob, Lawrence, Isaiah, etc.)


    Just out of curiosity, Justin, how many people have to tell you that
    you're doing something wrong before you admit to it? How long does
    "etc" have to be before MAYBE you begin to think there's a point being
    made that's valid?

    > who continually nitpick anyone
    > with a problem with Sprint makes you look rather sad, pathetic, and
    > grasping.


    Hmm... what did I nitpick about Betz's claim posted after this? Or
    about moonraker? Or Sam? I asked Sam for specifics, but I never
    denied, nit-picked, or equivocated what happened to him. Do you *maybe*
    see the point?

    >
    > Now, unless you can have an intelligent conversation about the above, you're
    > essentially making Sprint look bad, and that's about it.


    Look in the mirror when you post that. If you're looking honestly, you
    won't like what it reveals.

    --
    -+-
    R
    O/Siris
    I work for Sprint PCS
    I *don't* speak for them

    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  5. #5
    Justin Green
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.


    "O/Siris ." <[email protected]ntpcs.cm> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Justin Green" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > <[email protected]>:
    > > I have to assume that you are too pathetic to answer the questions. You
    > > cannot point to where I lied, after calling me a liar no less than a

    dozen
    > > times.
    > >
    > > I can also conclude, absent any input from you (as previously

    requested),
    > > that you called me a liar because you didn't like what I had posted

    about
    > > Sprint PCS.

    >
    > You've been told repeatedly, Justin. And you still can't accurately
    > report what I've said.



    That's bull. Post a link or shut the hell up. The fact that you can't even
    post a link PROVES my post to be accurate.


    > > Your defense of Sprint, although rather obtuse, is formed by
    > > attacking someone.

    >
    > Interesting. No attack of Sam, or of moonraker, or of Betz... And you
    > still can't accurately report what I've said about the survey, even
    > after repeated corrections. And then you take offense at being called a
    > liar.
    >
    > "If it walks like a duck..."


    Yeah, your accusations "walk" like lies. From the utter lack of response to
    repeated questions, you must be full of it.


    > >Much like politicians do, you make a claim and do not
    > > back it up, letting the mere fact that you're made the accusation stand

    as
    > > some sort of evidence that I must be lying, in hopes that it would

    somehow
    > > discredit what I've posted. After repeated requests, which you

    continually
    > > avoid, you still are not able or willing to back up your claims in any

    way,
    > > even continuing the accusations.

    >
    > And still you can't accurately describe what I've been saying. I've
    > repeatedly acknowledged the final conclusions of the study, I've NEVER
    > questioned them. I simply stated, accurately, that I could not discuss
    > what that conlusion was based on because JD Power would not say.
    >
    > You've got a funny way of proving your honesty, Justin. By falsely
    > representing what I've said. Hmm.


    I have proven my honesty. You STILL can't post ANYTHING I lied about in my
    story. Post it Rob, PROVE me wrong. No more of this "You're a liar" crap
    with no back up.


    > >
    > > Furthermore, your refusal to acknowledge that Sprint ranked last in the

    JD
    > > Powers survey,

    >
    > I've never *not* acknowledged it, Justin. What *has* happened is that
    > I've been asked about it, and I've simply and accurately reported that
    > we have no way of knowing how Sprint fared in the individual categories
    > that make up the final conclusion. Once again, you fail to accurately
    > report what I've said.


    Your intent is to downplay the survey by not discussing it, which any human
    being would be able to have a conversation about the results. You cannot.


    > > along with the other JD Power critics, shows you to be quite
    > > incapable of honest discussion. Your repeated demands for the exact
    > > results, questions, formats, and methods of the study lead me to believe
    > > that you are attempting to also discredit the JD Powers study in a

    similar
    > > manner.

    >
    > I've repeatedly said I don't disagree with its conclusions, Justin. And
    > you've repeatedly and dishonestly characterized that as "bashing" the
    > survey. Here's the REAL truth: I don't have a problem with the survey.
    > I just haven't read it for myself. Neither, in fact, have you.


    You've never acknowledged the conclusions, and further, you've hinted at the
    fact that you don't believe Sprint finished last, claiming that Alltel
    finished worse in some markets.


    > >
    > > You've failed. It's your attitude that is problematic at Sprint.

    >
    > I can't fail at something I've never attempted, Justin.


    Yes, you continually call someone a liar without posting any proof
    whatsoever.


    > > After
    > > repeated complaints that I was dropping calls, not once could a Sprint
    > > customer rep admit that there was inadequate network coverage in my

    area.
    > > They continually said "You are receiving service in Little Elm,"

    apparently
    > > under the assumption that if they told me this enough times, I would go
    > > away.

    >
    > A story long ago acknowledged as you being treated badly. I still say
    > something appears to be missing from it, but, unlike your
    > characterization, I've never accused you of lying about it. Never.


    And yet you STILL posted that I lied about parts of it, parts of which you
    cannot even list. You also said I refused to take blame for any of it, yet
    you cannot list anything for which I was to blame. List them and prove me
    wrong you tool.


    > > Much in the same way you assume that if you call me a liar enough,
    > > others will start to believe it.

    >
    > More dishonesty. You are so eager and ready to assume and presume, and
    > then take offense when your own tactics are returned in kind.



    Blah blah blah blah. That is ALL you've done. Liar this, dishonesty that,
    NO PROOF. Post some PROOF, Rob, or you're doing EXACTLY said you do in my
    original post, which is call someone a liar and run away without backing up
    your fabricated claims.

    > >
    > > I'm not sure if Sprint's interviewing process strives to find people

    with
    > > your attitudes or if they do something to you after you've been there to
    > > bring out these attitudes. In either case, they stink. It will and

    most
    > > likely has cost Sprint customers.

    >
    > That's why I have Customer-driven awards every single month I've worked
    > here, because I'm driving them away. Sure, Justin.


    That says exactly how sad a shape Sprint is in if YOU have won awards.


    > >
    > > I can be an honest person and discuss anything you'd like.

    >
    > Except, apparently, what I say.


    What, that I'm a liar? You offer absolutely NO PROOF. What's to discuss?
    The fact that you sound like a damned broken record:

    more dishonesty
    liar
    more dishonesty
    liar

    See? No proof. Again, I'll challenge you to put up or shut up. Show some
    proof.


    > > I've had
    > > absolutely NO reason to lie about anything since I've been here.

    >
    > That's the part that's been so troubling. You're right, there's no
    > reason for it.


    And I haven't lied about anything. Again, YOU can't even freaking list what
    you think I may have lied about, FURTHER showing yourself to be a troll and
    a fabricating loser.


    > > But you
    > > and the others (Bob, Lawrence, Isaiah, etc.)

    >
    > Just out of curiosity, Justin, how many people have to tell you that
    > you're doing something wrong before you admit to it? How long does
    > "etc" have to be before MAYBE you begin to think there's a point being
    > made that's valid?


    Again, WHAT THE **** did I do wrong? See, here you go, another ****ing
    accusation with NO PROOF or even an incident. Typical of your trolling
    responses.


    > > who continually nitpick anyone
    > > with a problem with Sprint makes you look rather sad, pathetic, and
    > > grasping.

    >
    > Hmm... what did I nitpick about Betz's claim posted after this? Or
    > about moonraker? Or Sam? I asked Sam for specifics, but I never
    > denied, nit-picked, or equivocated what happened to him. Do you *maybe*
    > see the point?


    Let's talk about MY posts where you said I lied in my story. Why can't you
    talk about that you lunatic?

    > >
    > > Now, unless you can have an intelligent conversation about the above,

    you're
    > > essentially making Sprint look bad, and that's about it.

    >
    > Look in the mirror when you post that. If you're looking honestly, you
    > won't like what it reveals.


    Post the proof, Rob. You made and claim, now back it up.


    > --
    > -+-
    > R
    > O/Siris
    > I work for Sprint PCS
    > I *don't* speak for them
    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com]






  6. #6
    Justin Green
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.


    "O/Siris ." <[email protected]ntpcs.cm> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Justin Green" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > <[email protected]>:
    > > I have to assume that you are too pathetic to answer the questions. You
    > > cannot point to where I lied, after calling me a liar no less than a

    dozen
    > > times.
    > >
    > > I can also conclude, absent any input from you (as previously

    requested),
    > > that you called me a liar because you didn't like what I had posted

    about
    > > Sprint PCS.

    >
    > You've been told repeatedly, Justin. And you still can't accurately
    > report what I've said.
    >
    > > Your defense of Sprint, although rather obtuse, is formed by
    > > attacking someone.

    >
    > Interesting. No attack of Sam, or of moonraker, or of Betz... And you
    > still can't accurately report what I've said about the survey, even
    > after repeated corrections. And then you take offense at being called a
    > liar.
    >
    > "If it walks like a duck..."
    >
    > >Much like politicians do, you make a claim and do not
    > > back it up, letting the mere fact that you're made the accusation stand

    as
    > > some sort of evidence that I must be lying, in hopes that it would

    somehow
    > > discredit what I've posted. After repeated requests, which you

    continually
    > > avoid, you still are not able or willing to back up your claims in any

    way,
    > > even continuing the accusations.

    >
    > And still you can't accurately describe what I've been saying. I've
    > repeatedly acknowledged the final conclusions of the study, I've NEVER
    > questioned them. I simply stated, accurately, that I could not discuss
    > what that conlusion was based on because JD Power would not say.
    >
    > You've got a funny way of proving your honesty, Justin. By falsely
    > representing what I've said. Hmm.
    >
    > >
    > > Furthermore, your refusal to acknowledge that Sprint ranked last in the

    JD
    > > Powers survey,

    >
    > I've never *not* acknowledged it, Justin. What *has* happened is that
    > I've been asked about it, and I've simply and accurately reported that
    > we have no way of knowing how Sprint fared in the individual categories
    > that make up the final conclusion. Once again, you fail to accurately
    > report what I've said.
    >
    > > along with the other JD Power critics, shows you to be quite
    > > incapable of honest discussion. Your repeated demands for the exact
    > > results, questions, formats, and methods of the study lead me to believe
    > > that you are attempting to also discredit the JD Powers study in a

    similar
    > > manner.

    >
    > I've repeatedly said I don't disagree with its conclusions, Justin. And
    > you've repeatedly and dishonestly characterized that as "bashing" the
    > survey. Here's the REAL truth: I don't have a problem with the survey.
    > I just haven't read it for myself. Neither, in fact, have you.
    >
    > >
    > > You've failed. It's your attitude that is problematic at Sprint.

    >
    > I can't fail at something I've never attempted, Justin.
    >
    > > After
    > > repeated complaints that I was dropping calls, not once could a Sprint
    > > customer rep admit that there was inadequate network coverage in my

    area.
    > > They continually said "You are receiving service in Little Elm,"

    apparently
    > > under the assumption that if they told me this enough times, I would go
    > > away.

    >
    > A story long ago acknowledged as you being treated badly. I still say
    > something appears to be missing from it, but, unlike your
    > characterization, I've never accused you of lying about it. Never.
    >
    > > Much in the same way you assume that if you call me a liar enough,
    > > others will start to believe it.

    >
    > More dishonesty. You are so eager and ready to assume and presume, and
    > then take offense when your own tactics are returned in kind.
    >
    > >
    > > I'm not sure if Sprint's interviewing process strives to find people

    with
    > > your attitudes or if they do something to you after you've been there to
    > > bring out these attitudes. In either case, they stink. It will and

    most
    > > likely has cost Sprint customers.

    >
    > That's why I have Customer-driven awards every single month I've worked
    > here, because I'm driving them away. Sure, Justin.
    >
    > >
    > > I can be an honest person and discuss anything you'd like.

    >
    > Except, apparently, what I say.
    >
    > > I've had
    > > absolutely NO reason to lie about anything since I've been here.

    >
    > That's the part that's been so troubling. You're right, there's no
    > reason for it.
    >
    > > But you
    > > and the others (Bob, Lawrence, Isaiah, etc.)

    >
    > Just out of curiosity, Justin, how many people have to tell you that
    > you're doing something wrong before you admit to it? How long does
    > "etc" have to be before MAYBE you begin to think there's a point being
    > made that's valid?
    >
    > > who continually nitpick anyone
    > > with a problem with Sprint makes you look rather sad, pathetic, and
    > > grasping.

    >
    > Hmm... what did I nitpick about Betz's claim posted after this? Or
    > about moonraker? Or Sam? I asked Sam for specifics, but I never
    > denied, nit-picked, or equivocated what happened to him. Do you *maybe*
    > see the point?
    >
    > >
    > > Now, unless you can have an intelligent conversation about the above,

    you're
    > > essentially making Sprint look bad, and that's about it.

    >
    > Look in the mirror when you post that. If you're looking honestly, you
    > won't like what it reveals.
    >
    > --
    > -+-
    > R
    > O/Siris
    > I work for Sprint PCS
    > I *don't* speak for them
    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com]




    Another example of ROB claiming that someone is lying without offering ANY
    proof.





  7. #7
    Phill.
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "tom ronson" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > this is a hell of a thing to say about Sprint's employee of the month ----
    > actually, it's rather shocking.


    rob has called the most people "liar" the most times to win that, I
    guess.



  8. #8
    hatoncat
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.


    In case you were just tuning in, Phill. and Justin are two moronic
    trolls that just lie and bash about people who are here to help
    others.

    ---
    www.sprintpcsinfo.com
    A troll-free zone.

    --
    Posted at SprintUsers.com - Your place for everything Sprint PCS
    Free wireless access @ www.SprintUsers.com/wap




  9. #9
    Justin Green
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.


    "hatoncat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > In case you were just tuning in, Phill. and Justin are two moronic
    > trolls that just lie and bash about people who are here to help
    > others.
    >
    > ---
    > www.sprintpcsinfo.com
    > A troll-free zone.
    >
    > --
    > Posted at SprintUsers.com - Your place for everything Sprint PCS
    > Free wireless access @ www.SprintUsers.com/wap
    >



    Hey, why don't you go **** yourself? Bigoted *****.





  10. #10
    hatoncat
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.


    Justin Green wrote:
    > *"hatoncat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > In case you were just tuning in, Phill. and Justin are two moronic
    > > trolls that just lie and bash about people who are here to help
    > > others.
    > >
    > > ---
    > > www.sprintpcsinfo.com
    > > A troll-free zone.
    > >
    > > --
    > > Posted at SprintUsers.com - Your place for everything Sprint PCS
    > > Free wireless access @ www.SprintUsers.com/wap
    > >

    >
    >
    > Hey, why don't you go f*ck yourself? Bigoted b*tch. *


    In case you were just tuning in, Phill. and Justin are two moronic
    trolls that just lie and bash about people who are here to help
    others.

    ---
    www.sprintpcsinfo.com
    A troll-free zone.

    --
    Posted at SprintUsers.com - Your place for everything Sprint PCS
    Free wireless access @ www.SprintUsers.com/wap




  11. #11
    Roger
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.


    "Justin Green" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "O/Siris ." <[email protected]ntpcs.cm> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > "Justin Green" <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > > <[email protected]>:
    > > > I have to assume that you are too pathetic to answer the questions.

    You
    > > > cannot point to where I lied, after calling me a liar no less than a

    > dozen
    > > > times.
    > > >
    > > > I can also conclude, absent any input from you (as previously

    > requested),
    > > > that you called me a liar because you didn't like what I had posted

    > about
    > > > Sprint PCS.

    > >
    > > You've been told repeatedly, Justin. And you still can't accurately
    > > report what I've said.
    > >
    > > > Your defense of Sprint, although rather obtuse, is formed by
    > > > attacking someone.

    > >
    > > Interesting. No attack of Sam, or of moonraker, or of Betz... And you
    > > still can't accurately report what I've said about the survey, even
    > > after repeated corrections. And then you take offense at being called a
    > > liar.
    > >
    > > "If it walks like a duck..."
    > >
    > > >Much like politicians do, you make a claim and do not
    > > > back it up, letting the mere fact that you're made the accusation

    stand
    > as
    > > > some sort of evidence that I must be lying, in hopes that it would

    > somehow
    > > > discredit what I've posted. After repeated requests, which you

    > continually
    > > > avoid, you still are not able or willing to back up your claims in any

    > way,
    > > > even continuing the accusations.

    > >
    > > And still you can't accurately describe what I've been saying. I've
    > > repeatedly acknowledged the final conclusions of the study, I've NEVER
    > > questioned them. I simply stated, accurately, that I could not discuss
    > > what that conlusion was based on because JD Power would not say.
    > >
    > > You've got a funny way of proving your honesty, Justin. By falsely
    > > representing what I've said. Hmm.
    > >
    > > >
    > > > Furthermore, your refusal to acknowledge that Sprint ranked last in

    the
    > JD
    > > > Powers survey,

    > >
    > > I've never *not* acknowledged it, Justin. What *has* happened is that
    > > I've been asked about it, and I've simply and accurately reported that
    > > we have no way of knowing how Sprint fared in the individual categories
    > > that make up the final conclusion. Once again, you fail to accurately
    > > report what I've said.
    > >
    > > > along with the other JD Power critics, shows you to be quite
    > > > incapable of honest discussion. Your repeated demands for the exact
    > > > results, questions, formats, and methods of the study lead me to

    believe
    > > > that you are attempting to also discredit the JD Powers study in a

    > similar
    > > > manner.

    > >
    > > I've repeatedly said I don't disagree with its conclusions, Justin. And
    > > you've repeatedly and dishonestly characterized that as "bashing" the
    > > survey. Here's the REAL truth: I don't have a problem with the survey.
    > > I just haven't read it for myself. Neither, in fact, have you.
    > >
    > > >
    > > > You've failed. It's your attitude that is problematic at Sprint.

    > >
    > > I can't fail at something I've never attempted, Justin.
    > >
    > > > After
    > > > repeated complaints that I was dropping calls, not once could a Sprint
    > > > customer rep admit that there was inadequate network coverage in my

    > area.
    > > > They continually said "You are receiving service in Little Elm,"

    > apparently
    > > > under the assumption that if they told me this enough times, I would

    go
    > > > away.

    > >
    > > A story long ago acknowledged as you being treated badly. I still say
    > > something appears to be missing from it, but, unlike your
    > > characterization, I've never accused you of lying about it. Never.
    > >
    > > > Much in the same way you assume that if you call me a liar enough,
    > > > others will start to believe it.

    > >
    > > More dishonesty. You are so eager and ready to assume and presume, and
    > > then take offense when your own tactics are returned in kind.
    > >
    > > >
    > > > I'm not sure if Sprint's interviewing process strives to find people

    > with
    > > > your attitudes or if they do something to you after you've been there

    to
    > > > bring out these attitudes. In either case, they stink. It will and

    > most
    > > > likely has cost Sprint customers.

    > >
    > > That's why I have Customer-driven awards every single month I've worked
    > > here, because I'm driving them away. Sure, Justin.
    > >
    > > >
    > > > I can be an honest person and discuss anything you'd like.

    > >
    > > Except, apparently, what I say.
    > >
    > > > I've had
    > > > absolutely NO reason to lie about anything since I've been here.

    > >
    > > That's the part that's been so troubling. You're right, there's no
    > > reason for it.
    > >
    > > > But you
    > > > and the others (Bob, Lawrence, Isaiah, etc.)

    > >
    > > Just out of curiosity, Justin, how many people have to tell you that
    > > you're doing something wrong before you admit to it? How long does
    > > "etc" have to be before MAYBE you begin to think there's a point being
    > > made that's valid?
    > >
    > > > who continually nitpick anyone
    > > > with a problem with Sprint makes you look rather sad, pathetic, and
    > > > grasping.

    > >
    > > Hmm... what did I nitpick about Betz's claim posted after this? Or
    > > about moonraker? Or Sam? I asked Sam for specifics, but I never
    > > denied, nit-picked, or equivocated what happened to him. Do you *maybe*
    > > see the point?
    > >
    > > >
    > > > Now, unless you can have an intelligent conversation about the above,

    > you're
    > > > essentially making Sprint look bad, and that's about it.

    > >
    > > Look in the mirror when you post that. If you're looking honestly, you
    > > won't like what it reveals.
    > >
    > > --
    > > -+-
    > > R
    > > O/Siris
    > > I work for Sprint PCS
    > > I *don't* speak for them
    > >
    > > [posted via phonescoop.com]

    >
    >
    >
    > Another example of ROB claiming that someone is lying without offering ANY
    > proof.
    >
    > Justin dude you are pathetic, get a life! Is that what you do with your

    free time freak? Mom he called me a liar........Mom (or in this case a bunch
    of people who really do not give a ****) he hurt my feelings. Grow up dude
    you are so incredibly boring. Can I please ask that everyone post a follow
    up in agreement? Never mind, who cares.....





  12. #12
    Phill.
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Roger" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Justin dude you are pathetic, get a life! Is that what you do with your
    > free time freak? Mom he called me a liar........Mom (or in this case a bunch
    > of people who really do not give a ****) he hurt my feelings. Grow up dude
    > you are so incredibly boring. Can I please ask that everyone post a follow
    > up in agreement? Never mind, who cares.....



    Instead of posting yoiur obscene language, use a filter if you have a
    problem with Justin. He is just one of many that SprintPCS treated
    poorly.



  13. #13
    Phill.
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.



    >
    > "hatoncat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > In case you were just tuning in, Phill. and Justin are two moronic
    > > trolls that just lie and bash about people who are here to help
    > > others.
    > >
    > > ---
    > > www.sprintpcsinfo.com
    > > A troll-free zone.
    > >
    > > --
    > > Posted at SprintUsers.com - Your place for everything Sprint PCS
    > > Free wireless access @ www.SprintUsers.com/wap
    > >


    Hatoncat is one of the few SprintPCS apologists that bash anyone (and
    regretably there are SO MANY) that have a problem with the abysmal
    SPRINTPCS Customer Service, rated last by Consumer Reports and JD Power.

    And by posting his editorial opinion so many times he has become a TROLL.



  14. #14
    hatoncat
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.


    Phill. wrote:
    > *
    > >
    > > "hatoncat" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > >
    > > > In case you were just tuning in, Phill. and Justin are two

    > moronic
    > > > trolls that just lie and bash about people who are here to help
    > > > others.
    > > >
    > > > ---
    > > > www.sprintpcsinfo.com
    > > > A troll-free zone.
    > > >
    > > > --
    > > > Posted at SprintUsers.com - Your place for everything Sprint PCS
    > > > Free wireless access @ www.SprintUsers.com/wap
    > > >

    >
    > Hatoncat is one of the few SprintPCS apologists that bash anyone
    > (and
    > regretably there are SO MANY) that have a problem with the abysmal
    > SPRINTPCS Customer Service, rated last by Consumer Reports and JD
    > Power.
    >
    > And by posting his editorial opinion so many times he has become a
    > TROLL. *


    In case you were just tuning in, Phill. and Justin are two moronic
    trolls that just lie and bash about people who are here to help others.


    ---
    www.sprintpcsinfo.com
    A troll-free zone.

    --
    Posted at SprintUsers.com - Your place for everything Sprint PCS
    Free wireless access @ www.SprintUsers.com/wap




  15. #15
    Sprintposter
    Guest

    Re: Why Sprint should fire Rob and others like him.

    Hatoncat childishly gets into name calling:

    > In case you were just tuning in, Phill. and Justin are two > moronic trolls

    that just lie and bash about people who > are here to help others.

    This post sure helps folks.

    This definitely helps things. NOT

    Maybe cat was out drinking with OSirius.



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