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Russians "selling" childrens books in my area
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It's been happening nationwide.

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Well ya'll what do you figure is up?
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Post: #33
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Dead Venus Blue  Wrote: (08-12-2013 01:16 AM)
They're believed to be part of a human trafficking scam. They were at my house about a month ago. They asked a lot of really f*cking bizzar questions all concerning my kids and how our days go. I'd recommend telling them to f*ck off if they show up again. Also call 911!

You're f*cking kidding me. That's really creepy. Scream1

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Post: #34
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ashesandsackcloth  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:01 AM)
Well ya'll what do you figure is up?

ashesandsackcloth  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:01 AM)
Well ya'll what do you figure is up?

Intel on families both home schooled and not, reports fielded to Intel units stationed here in the u.s (foriegn troops are here now folks, even the mexican troops that illigally went over the border in Tx. during that hurricane are still here)...

If i had to guess, within a very short frame of reference, photographs, vehicles with tinted windows (white and or black) will be crusing these hoods, monitoring and possibly photographing information given to them by their field representitives..

All to use passive/aggressive techniques to cause you to surrender up your rights under the 2nd admendment and turn them in for a small profit, as well as bonuses for ratting out friends neighbors andd family members...

More likely then not in todays world..

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Post: #35
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Jessica6  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:13 AM)
Dead Venus Blue  Wrote: (08-12-2013 01:16 AM)
They're believed to be part of a human trafficking scam. They were at my house about a month ago. They asked a lot of really f*cking bizzar questions all concerning my kids and how our days go. I'd recommend telling them to f*ck off if they show up again. Also call 911!

You're f*cking kidding me. That's really creepy. Scream1

Keep a baseball bat or something by the door too then.

Not kidding. The police here wanted to talk them really bad about a couple kids that came up missing in Oklahoma.

I woke up stronger than ever.
Driven by big waves of fire.
To run and yell all the way.
Nothing can hurt me today.

There's a magic inside.
Just waiting to burst out.
The world is a goldmine.
That will melt tomorrow.

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Kudzu  Wrote: (08-12-2013 02:37 AM)
Gracie  Wrote: (08-12-2013 02:31 AM)
Well, what kind of questions are they purported to be asking?

How do you know they're asking odd questions for book salesmen?

They ask questions about peoples schedules, their childrens schools, who else lives in the home... That sort of thing according to my wifes friend.

Some of the questions they ask are high pressure sales tactics to sell as many books as possible to all ages of the household. Besides the K-12 educational material, they also have books for preschool aged children.

My experience last summer with one of these college book sellers was with a guy from England so there wasn't the language barrier and I could discern some of the intense data mining questions were for the benefit of the book company to sell more books, and yes, some of the questions seemed underhanded, but a person doesn't need to provide them with an answer to every question if they choose to spend the time listening to their sales spiel.

Example - they ask where your kid attends school so if you make a purchase and then they show up at someone else's house, they can say, "Mr. and Mrs. Jones bought all six reference books for their son who is a student at Kennedy Middle School". I found the disclosing of personal details concerning what other customers had purchased to be creepy, but that's one of the heavy handed and unethical sales techniques these students are told they need to use to make the company appear more credible.

I don't remember any questions about schedules, but it could have something to do with a conversation about the amount of time a parent has to help their kid with homework. Say your kid is doing an essay - one of the reference books has (can't remember the exact number, but let's say it is 40) of the most common topics for essays with info from several "excellent" references instead of the kid spending the time tracking down several credible references themselves.
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Gracie  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:23 AM)
Kudzu  Wrote: (08-12-2013 02:37 AM)
They ask questions about peoples schedules, their childrens schools, who else lives in the home... That sort of thing according to my wifes friend.

Some of the questions they ask are high pressure sales tactics to sell as many books as possible to all ages of the household. Besides the K-12 educational material, they also have books for preschool aged children.

My experience last summer with one of these college book sellers was with a guy from England so there wasn't the language barrier and I could discern some of the intense data mining questions were for the benefit of the book company to sell more books, and yes, some of the questions seemed underhanded, but a person doesn't need to provide them with an answer to every question if they choose to spend the time listening to their sales spiel.

Example - they ask where your kid attends school so if you make a purchase and then they show up at someone else's house, they can say, "Mr. and Mrs. Jones bought all six reference books for their son who is a student at Kennedy Middle School". I found the disclosing of personal details concerning what other customers had purchased to be creepy, but that's one of the heavy handed and unethical sales techniques these students are told they need to use to make the company appear more credible.

I don't remember any questions about schedules, but it could have something to do with a conversation about the amount of time a parent has to help their kid with homework. Say your kid is doing an essay - one of the reference books has (can't remember the exact number, but let's say it is 40) of the most common topics for essays with info from several "excellent" references instead of the kid spending the time tracking down several credible references themselves.

Lmao
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ashesandsackcloth  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:30 AM)
Gracie  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:23 AM)
Some of the questions they ask are high pressure sales tactics to sell as many books as possible to all ages of the household. Besides the K-12 educational material, they also have books for preschool aged children.

My experience last summer with one of these college book sellers was with a guy from England so there wasn't the language barrier and I could discern some of the intense data mining questions were for the benefit of the book company to sell more books, and yes, some of the questions seemed underhanded, but a person doesn't need to provide them with an answer to every question if they choose to spend the time listening to their sales spiel.

Example - they ask where your kid attends school so if you make a purchase and then they show up at someone else's house, they can say, "Mr. and Mrs. Jones bought all six reference books for their son who is a student at Kennedy Middle School". I found the disclosing of personal details concerning what other customers had purchased to be creepy, but that's one of the heavy handed and unethical sales techniques these students are told they need to use to make the company appear more credible.

I don't remember any questions about schedules, but it could have something to do with a conversation about the amount of time a parent has to help their kid with homework. Say your kid is doing an essay - one of the reference books has (can't remember the exact number, but let's say it is 40) of the most common topics for essays with info from several "excellent" references instead of the kid spending the time tracking down several credible references themselves.

Lmao

What was so funny about my post?
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It's all very odd. Another of my wife's friends was visited by them today, and the guy (muscular guy with a russian or eastern european accent) made the statement "You aren't home very much". When she told him she wasn't interested he gave her a gift of a small Japanese type folding fan and told her that her friend (and called the friend by his full name) gave them to him to give out. When she asked the friend, (who lives in a different neighborhood) he had no idea what she was talking about.

Edit: I forgot to mention he already knew the names of every member of her household.
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I timed out on a replie page. Just dorking it seems. Sorry.

So don't you see how they could be agents sent ahead to find children they want before the doom strikes.
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ashesandsackcloth  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:37 AM)
I timed out on a replie page. Just dorking it seems. Sorry.

So don't you see how they could be agents sent ahead to find children they want before the doom strikes.

I'm not sure what I see but just to be on the safe side, all evidence that children live here will stay hidden in the garage and my kids will play inside until these people are out of the area.
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ashesandsackcloth  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:37 AM)
I timed out on a replie page. Just dorking it seems. Sorry.

So don't you see how they could be agents sent ahead to find children they want before the doom strikes.

You don't think any nefarious agent group with substantial finances wouldn't already have access to a database with that info?

Carry on with the fear mongering, was just sharing my personal experience with a non-American college bookseller and trying to inject some logical reasoning into the conversation.
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Gracie  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:44 AM)
You don't think any nefarious agent group with substantial finances wouldn't already have access to a database with that info?

Carry on with the fear mongering, was just sharing my personal experience with a non-American college bookseller and trying to inject some logical reasoning into the conversation.

Thank you. I hope the scenario you give is actually the case.

I'm still going to be cautious until they move on though.
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Kudzu  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:48 AM)
Gracie  Wrote: (08-12-2013 03:44 AM)
You don't think any nefarious agent group with substantial finances wouldn't already have access to a database with that info?

Carry on with the fear mongering, was just sharing my personal experience with a non-American college bookseller and trying to inject some logical reasoning into the conversation.

Thank you. I hope the scenario you give is actually the case.

I'm still going to be cautious until they move on though.

If the college kids are with Southwestern Company, they should be wrapping up their selling in August as they head back to whatever college they are attending.

You should always be cautious with people asking questions about your kids. Don't want to listen to the sales pitch - send them on their way. Southwestern Company has had many complaints lodged against them for their unethical sales tactics - do a search on them, many people think they are a scammish outfit.
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I think they are scouts, to get info on the child targets they want to kidnap in the event of SHTF.

These types of gangsters are pure human excrement, the lowest of the low on the totem pole of humanity.

There is only one way to deal with them and it's usually violent.

But of course they could be Estonian students but somehow I doubt it.
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