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I AM A COR REP in NYC AND BUSINESS ACCOUNT REPS STEAL MY ACCOUNTS!!!

richyrich1411

Feb 9, 2009, 3:14 PM
First off...at&t..ever since it switched to at&t from cingular... SO MANY god damn problems...

it's just bullishshst how they raise quota to unreachable goals, screw us on our commission...

also.. my commission has been going down from the business account executive stealing my ish!

IF U WORK AT THE COR STORE..

DO nOT EVER GIVE OUT A LEAD TO a Business Account Executive!!! EVER

I have been burned by them many many times..

These guys get paid on signing business customers on AMB's... so if I activated a business account here at the store.. they will sign them up on the AMB, and they too get credit for... they will then turn around and get more business from them and do feature flips and they get paid for it and WE DONT!

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richyrich1411

Feb 9, 2009, 3:18 PM
btw, for all you punks out there I am in the union..

AT&T: you are horrible, you can't take care of anything
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Blumpelstiltskin

Feb 9, 2009, 3:29 PM
Do all of your own AMB - the hardest part is getting the customer to go home and activate the link in their email. If you do that you'll lock out all the b2b reps for 180 days...

I thought that was pretty self explanitory.
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richyrich1411

Feb 9, 2009, 7:42 PM
Thanks for the advice sir!

Well I have been robbed so many times by these b2b guys so i will def. do that.

But another thing i found out was that if you set up the business accounts on MNY (metro new york) accounts, the account can't even be fanned by them.

So.. that said..

TO all my COR brothers n sisters...

NEVER EVER GIVE OUT LEADS to B2B guys.. they will screw you over and you will not get commission!
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crackberry

Feb 9, 2009, 8:26 PM
Blumpelstiltskin said:
Do all of your own AMB - the hardest part is getting the customer to go home and activate the link in their email. If you do that you'll lock out all the b2b reps for 180 days...

I thought that was pretty self explanitory.

or you could show them on the amb agreement where the pin is and help them do it in the store so they don't have to wait on the email
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richyrich1411

Feb 9, 2009, 8:29 PM
that doesn't matter my friends...

even if we put them on the AMB at the store..

the b2b reps get a report with all the accounts activated in their territory...

so they can claim it as their own account

since now the b2b reps are territorized, meaning they work their designated zip codes
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colione112

Feb 10, 2009, 10:10 AM
You get a copy of it in the store too if you put your email address as the sales rep. It usually comes within a couple of minutes, so have them call while they are there.
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colione112

Feb 10, 2009, 10:12 AM
We stopped giving her leads months and months ago because we weren't getting paid correctly, doesn't show on DSR and when we did get paid, it took 2 months to show up. Plus if they add any lines after the first month, you don't get credit at all.

If we activate a business, we become the sole contact at the store.
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richyrich1411

Feb 10, 2009, 10:52 AM
It doesn't matter if we put them on the AMB at the store. That account will get to the B2B reps as they can pull reports. Even tho we set them up on AMB, they will take.

So that being said

Just activate under MNY accounts for all business.

DO NOT DO NBI Market when activating business accounts.

PASS THIS ALONG
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colione112

Feb 10, 2009, 11:06 AM
If you have a tax ID number, it won't let you do it in a consumer market. All of our business accounts were migrated to NBI in our market last year. Your market may not have had the migration happen yet...
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Fredd

Feb 10, 2009, 3:43 PM
All corporate accounts are supposed to be set up in NBI. What you are doing is not necessarily in the client's best interest, especially if they are CRU FAN-eligible.
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Fredd

Feb 12, 2009, 9:03 AM
As of Feb 21, local market BANs attached to CRU FANs will move to NBI. All new activations must occur in NBI.

(Check CSP)
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