Ridiculous Scheduler Emails

I just got this email from A Customer's Point of View Scheduler:

"I NEED YOUR HELP. I'LL EVEN PAY YOU FOR IT!! HAHA COME ON PEOPLE MAKE SOME EXTRA MONEY. I PROMISE IT IS WORTH YOUR WHILE. SHOPS ARE UP ON THE BOARD ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS PICK THEM UP!!"

Really? Did you need to put it in all caps? I definitely don't want to help you based on your poor communication skills.

Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 01/31/2020 07:12PM by azncollege.

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I just looked at another email I got from the same scheduler in the past:

"SHOPS HAVE BEEN POSTED AND I KNOW THAT WE ARE GETTING CLOSE TO THE HOLIDAYS BUT I WOULD LIKE TO ASK FOR YOUR HELP THIS WEEK AND NEXT TO SEE THESE SHOPS COMPLETED. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE APPLY FOR THE RIDES YOU KNOW THAT YOU ARE AVAILABLE TO COMPLETE. THANK YOU!"
Unprofessional. As are the ones that list three shops, all of which are thousands of miles away. It's easy enough to select a region to email to, so why not send the emails to people who may actually be interested in shopping those locations?
@azncollege wrote:

I just got this email from A Customer's Point of View Scheduler:

"I NEED YOUR HELP. I'LL EVEN PAY YOU FOR IT!! HAHA COME ON PEOPLE MAKE SOME EXTRA MONEY. I PROMISE IT IS WORTH YOUR WHILE. SHOPS ARE UP ON THE BOARD ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS PICK THEM UP!!"

Really? Did you need to put it in all caps? I definitely don't want to help you based on your poor communication skills.

Not only that, she did not provide a link to login, which seems pretty basic.

Deleted that email super fast.
@SoCalMama It was convenient that she provided the link to unsubscribe from future emails...

No one's going to take that shop at that low pay rate. I refuse to sit on a public bus for such little pay. It looks like you're also required to take a circuit of 9 shops...
@azncollege wrote:

@SoCalMama It was convenient that she provided the link to unsubscribe from future emails...

No one's going to take that shop at that low pay rate. I refuse to sit on a public bus for such little pay. It looks like you're also required to take a circuit of 9 shops...

I did see that link to unsubscribe.

Pubic bus - hard pass. Not in my town. Probably only in a few places in general, thinking maybe some areas in Northern CA, Canada, Europe, definitely not my part of SoCal.

ETA: how much money is she going to pay to make it worth my while? I'm thinking no less than $100 each bus.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/31/2020 04:07AM by SoCalMama.
Haha. Pretty much the same thing. I've seen crazy people strip naked on the buses in the SF Bay Area and expose their pubic hair for the public to see...

@Threemom wrote:

@SoCalMama wrote:

Pubic bus - hard pass.

Same. That would have to be even worse than a public bus.
@azncollege wrote:

Haha. Pretty much the same thing. I've seen crazy people strip naked on the buses in the SF Bay Area and expose their pubic hair for the public to see...

@Threemom wrote:

@SoCalMama wrote:

Pubic bus - hard pass.

Same. That would have to be even worse than a public bus.
Obviously a typo but very appropriate. BART from Oakland was always a risk.
That depends. How do you look in marinara?

@KSSPete wrote:

Darn schedulers and their annoying emails. That said, anyone want a dinner on me tonight?

Kim
I enjoy public buses. I have had someone once tell me of I look look like Janis Joplin. And then they said she is black and so am I.. In any case I have light skin with freckles and light reddish hair. It is curly like Janis' but that is the extent of our similarity. I said she was not black and they seemed surprised. Some of my funniest conversations have been on the bus.I like the camaraderie among the wheel chaired population traveling to the beach or home for the day. They are usually very friendly and have a great rapport with their fellow wheelchair travelers who get on all along the way. And unlike the surly bus drivers where i grew up on the east coast most drivers are very nice.
Problem in LA is many of the buses never arrive or the wait for a transfer is an hour. I have been stranded several times when the last bus never came.
Maybe I will sign up for that company and see if I can get paid to ride.
@sandyf wrote:

I enjoy public buses. I have had someone once tell me of I look look like Janis Joplin. And then they said she is black and so am I.. In any case I have light skin with freckles and light reddish hair. It is curly like Janis' but that is the extent of our similarity. I said she was not black and they seemed surprised. Some of my funniest conversations have been on the bus.I like the camaraderie among the wheel chaired population traveling to the beach or home for the day. They are usually very friendly and have a great rapport with their fellow wheelchair travelers who get on all along the way. And unlike the surly bus drivers where i grew up on the east coast most drivers are very nice.
Problem in LA is many of the buses never arrive or the wait for a transfer is an hour. I have been stranded several times when the last bus never came.
Maybe I will sign up for that company and see if I can get paid to ride.

The problem in LA is that the buses are filled with people who are mentally ill (and should be getting treatment, not randomly attacking people) and criminals (flash mobs who take everyone's phones).
No idea. I forwarded the email to the CEO and I got a reply back from the scheduler's supervisor/manager apologizing for it.

@jay225 wrote:

how does the scheduler still have a job? we should be paid for just reading her emails.
Yesterday I emailed my scheduler with this: "Hello, my current due date on this shop is 2/3. I have something else to do in the area later in the week, so I was hoping for a possible extension to 2/7. Let me know."

Today I get a response: "Yes, 2/3 is fine."
@JASFLALMT wrote:

Yesterday I emailed my scheduler with this: "Hello, my current due date on this shop is 2/3. I have something else to do in the area later in the week, so I was hoping for a possible extension to 2/7. Let me know."

Today I get a response: "Yes, 2/3 is fine."
YIKES!! They didn't read the entire email or are lacking badly in English comprehension skills!
I got one recently with a subject of "My Gift To You". I opened it and found it was just a list of the orphaned shops that no one wanted the first go-round. Some gift huh??!!

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