Jennifer Zelazny October 2, 2007 0 Comments Stamps.com got my contact information a few weeks ago and have been hounding me every other day after answering their three initial questions: How much does your company spend on postage a year? My response: I think I buy maybe 3-4 books of stamps. How much do you spend on shipping packages? My response: I have never sent a package. Do you wish you did not have to go to the post office to save time? My response: Yes. From that, I got: “Well we have a great solution for all your postage needs. Our package starts out at $191 a year…” I laughed and said thanks. Since then, it has been “Let me send you information…” “Have you tried our software yet…?” I always say no, and that I have not had time yet, and do not have time now. Someone called me today and told me they would “download software onto my computer for me right now – it will only take a few minutes” Not that it is impossible to download software on a remote computer…but she definitely did not have a clue about the terminology she was throwing around. Personally, she sounded a little drunk and as soon as I told her I had a Mac, she said “oh, have a nice day”. Moral of the story – sometimes having a Mac that does not run software is not a disadvantage. Tagged: Mac, sales reps, stamps.com Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Comment Name * Email * Web site Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.