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\\\ This book is about dirty tricks to use against your mark. Here is the index below, for each word their is information on what you can use against your mark with.
Additives Cheese Fillers Lawyers
Airlines Child Abuse Forgery License Plates
Animals CIA Garage Sales MA Bell
Apartments Classified Ads Gases Mail
Assassination Clergy Graffiti Mail Drops
Auto Dealers Coins Highways Marriage
Banks Computers Hookers Media
Bikers Contractors Hotels Medical
Books Credit Cards Homes Military
Campuses Delivery of
Carbide Dirty Old Men IRS Municipal Services
Cars Drugs Joggers Neighborhoods
CB Radios Environmental
Laundromats Notary Seal
Charity Explosives Lawns Oil Companies
Ever have a garage sale? Ever been to one? They're incredible, and
they seem to bring out the most in worst people. Even I, a thick-skinned,
terminal misanthrope, was awed at the gall of some people who demand to
see your entire house or who pound on your door at 6:00 A.M. to get a "head
start" on a garage sale you announced in the paper starting at 9:00 A.M.
Getting the message?
Let's have a garage sale at your mark's residence. Or let's have it in
your mark's name but at the neighbor's address. List all sorts of outlandish
bargains and tell people you have guns, old china, glassware, and dozens of
inexpensive antiques. You want obnoxious gawkers, not buyers. Remember
that! Naturally, the mark and/or the neighbor will know nothing of this until
the first knock on the door at 6:00 A.M.
"I used to get all sorts of odd-hour calls from home-remodeling-andrepair
salespeople at this one local company," recalls Jim Kenslogger. "I
must have called them a half dozen times to ask that my name and number
be removed from their files. No luck. So I decided to change my luck.
"I learned who their chief executive was and pulled the bogus-garagesale
number on him, complete with newspaper ad. Then I started calling his
home at odd hours, asking if he were the party having the garage sale. He
was really out of sorts after about a week of this.
"I stopped, and about ten days later I got another routine sales call
from his company. I called right back, asked to speak to that executive, and
told him I was damn tired of being bothered by his salespeople and could he
get them to stop calling me. He pledged he would and told me wearily,
'Buddy, I know just how you feel. I'll surely take care of it for you.' I had
no trouble after that, so neither did he."