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Be especially wary of penny stock recommendations that come from email, online message boards, social media, direct mailing, or a cold call to you.
In addition to online recruitment, victims are lured into the scams through cold calls from technicians claiming to be from Comcast, Norton, Dell and other major companies.
Mraz spoke to Billboard prior to stepping on stage earlier this month to discuss getting the cold call from Sara Bareilles, the mastermind behind the entire show, asking him to try his hand at Broadway.
Unlike others in the industry, Mr. Green is unabashed stressing the importance of pumping the phones with cold calls.
As Thierry Zerbib prepared to move Telesoft Corp, a Phoenix maker of expense-management software, to the cloud earlier this year, the chief technology officer got a cold call from an Oracle salesperson.
Miguel Sevilla made a lot of cold calls in the run-up to the Cinematografo International Film Festival (CIFF), San Francisco’s newest film festival dedicated to the celebration of Filipino American and Filipino cinema.
The Russillo Show on ESPN Radio and ESPNews cold called Bucks coach Jason Kidd on Thursday and got through after pretending to be Matthew Dellavedova.
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Definition of cold call for English Language Learners
: a telephone call made by a business to try to sell something
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