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Topic # 58656 16-Mar-2010 19:57
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I guess Mr Battles vs Yellowpages has ended and hes selling new information which isn't from the yellowpages  in NZ...(sarcasm)... Anyone have information on what actually happened?

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  Reply # 307964 16-Mar-2010 20:06
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"Start building your customer base and creating sales leads with our marketing databases" should read "Start alienating every person your brand comes in contact with"



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  Reply # 308157 17-Mar-2010 09:23
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I have heard that Mr Battles has actually left NZ and is back in the States now.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 308163 17-Mar-2010 09:34
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LennonNZ: I have heard that Mr Battles has actually left NZ and is back in the States now.


I have had a few interesting words with this person and when he falls off the face of the planet he will not be missed

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