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O.k now I have found a couple of places on here where people act like they know what they are talking about when it come to "recording telephone conversations" What Im not seeing is any true proof to back up what they are claiming.
Its simple people if you think you know what your talking about great show me where you found your info to prove it! If you cant then sit your ass down and keep your b.s to yourself! There are some people that are in need of facts and help with there legal issues and when people give false info (because people are to dumb to admit they are really retarded) It can cause the people in need of help to
1- look like a fool in court
2- case them to lose a important case
3- it can spreed like wildfire as mouth to mouth and cause more confusing problems with the grey area's of the laws in question.
So again if you truly know what your talking about great everyone will love your help, If your talking out of your ass You need to face it your a looser and need to beat it!
Here's a question:
Why do you suppose so many telemarketers or other businesses begin their calls acknowledging that the call's being recorded?
I suspect, depending on the area, that it's to intimidate the receiver of the call somewhat, as well as establish that they know the call's being recorded which is probably essential if the recording is to be entered as evidence in court.
What do you think of that?
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