The prompt is in bold below.
I was almost ashamed of my dramatic reaction. The weeping, the wailing, the stuttering emotional inability to complete a coherent sentence.
The stunned silence on the other end of the phone attested to my theatrical response to the telephone call.
After composing myself, I said very calmly, “Thank you Mr. Zhameed Ecanofostravilla for calling me. I’ve been trying to get this fixed for 10 days, that’s why it meant so much to me that you contacted me!”
Using the name of the Vice-President of Internet Abuse had opened the door! The elusive spam black-list department was finally calling me back.
Watch out e-mail. Here I come!
This post is linked to Saturday Centus week 13. Click here to read the other links!
In my ongoing saga of despair on being blocked from sending most e-mails, I finally contacted the Atlanta office of Cox Communications. A very sweet VP of Abuse returned my call and told me how to get help. He also told me to use his name in my requests for assistance. Friday I finally got an actual phone call from someone whose name closely resembles that of the one used in my little story. Mr. Ecanofostravilla told me it would take some time but he would PERSONALLY see to it that I was removed from all the spam black-lists. I'm hoping this will be resolved by mid-week. Fingers, toes and eyes crossed for luck.
And, hey, do you by any chance know my ex-husband? If you don't, you might want to call him so he can tell you that I am a horrible nag so you won't be surprised when I nag you now. I just finished visiting Week 12's links and a lot of them didn't get visited. Please take a moment and go give all the links a read. They are really fun and I know you will be happy you did! Just click here to go to the links! And then I won't have to become "the nagging woman who makes your life a living hell and makes you regret you were ever born" (to paraphrase the ex - ha!)