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  1. How about an "if yes" form ... ?

    I would like to file a complaint about Comenity Bank calling my house and having the caller ID say they are AMC theaters, Sonitrol and a number of other completely unrelated companies. I have a list of at least 20 dates and times, the number and name they called from but when I answer it's Comenity Bank - when I tell them they can't call under the guise of a different company they blow it off and say they don't know anything about it. Now if want to report them it seems like I have to fill out this form…

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  2. I want to hear what it is like to go to work each day for lianrs. I am trying to watch something on tv and get a message no program.

    What is it like, as a human being. to work for an outfit which lies every day. That's what the Nazis did. The BIG LIE. That's what the FCC has done to tv. Liars at the FCC, plain and simple, LIARS. I just wonder what it is like to work for liars.

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