I received a call from a John asking for me, it sounded like someone from the PDLs so I acted like I was my own secretary and said may I ask who is calling and he says is she there, I said hold a second. I got back on the phone and stated can I take a message and he said no I really need to talk to her, I said who are you with he says First National, give me your # and I will have her call you back and he says no I want to know where your corporate office is and her bosses # so he can resolve something. I said no sir give me your number and she will call you back in a few. He finally gave it to me and was extremely rude. Anyway, does anyone know who this might be before I call? blueyes
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