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Transcript: Contractor = Reseller Call-list and ongoing report Step 3 -> Appoint TM-staff, Confirm Definitive Planning -> Draw the CALL-LIST based upon Call Out List -> For INFOREQUEST: check the availability of document + email-txt -> For VISIT: check the availability + email-txt -> Coordinating Preparatory Meeting between PM and TM-s -> Assisting in Preparatory Call Check List (+/- script) Planning the TM-action How? Resellers to Endusers Vendors to Endusers Vendors to Resellers Defining the parameters of the TM-action Call-list and ongoing report Telemarketing -> Call backs previous week (not in PT) -> ProjectTool: - VISIT in PT - INFOREQUEST in PT Recurrent -> Until PROJECT ends = Lost = Proposal by AM -> PROJECT owner changes from TM-s to AM Call-list and ongoing report 1.250,- € Call-Name = Reseller Step 5 Call-name = Vendor Call-name = Reseller (assigned by Vendor/TXS) Step 4 We always call in the name of the contractor (i.e. vendor or reseller). Info Request Step 1 Follow up of TM-action: only PT survives -> TM-s /day: 80 x calls 2 x AFSPRAAK 5 x INFOAANVRAAG -> TM-s updates live: CALL-LIST with predefined codes VISIT-FORM + PROJECT in PT (op naam van TM-s) INFOREQUEST form + PROJECT in PT (idem) -> TM-c daily to PM C V I -> TM-s wkly to TM-c C V I + EVALUATION form -> TM-c wkly to PM C V I + EVALUATION form TechAccess to Resellers Not our goal One of those famous services from TechAccess! -> Who is Contractor – Who is Call-Name - Who is Project Mgr -> What is Target Group, Product and the USP’s of Product in Target Group -> Call Out List: delivered by Contractor or TXS (price ?) -> For INFOREQUEST: document, printed or email, by Contractor -> For VISIT: who and dates of availability -> Payment Conditions and PrePlanning Identifying leads that are relevant for the contractor with close follow up, until a detailed proposal is made. Contractor = Vendor TM-activities (desiderata) Visit Form Step 2 Our goal Goal TechAccess to Endusers Next Project .... Call +32 3 457 96 00 or info@techaccess.be Follow up of TM-action: only PT survives

Telemarketing

Transcript: MALWARE HOW TO GET IT? HOW TO GET RID OF IT? FRAUD HOW TO AVOID IT? HOW TO AVOID IT? cell phone users are tricked into downloading "trojan horses" or viruses onto their phones. Malware that restricts computer access until ransom is paid don't buy from unfamiliar companies obtain salesperson's information never send money or personal information installing or downloading programs from untrustworthy sources WHAT IS IT? HOW TO AVOID IT attempt made through an email to steal your personal information scamming conducted over the phone HOW TO GET RID OF IT? emails from fake companies that look legitimate WHAT IS IT? download anti virus and anti malware program and run monthly scans think before you click on ads and downloads WHAT IS IT? WHAT IS IT? SMISHING HOW TO GET IT? sign up for National Do Not Call Registry RANSOMWARE Encrypted file names on hard drive Fake ads on sites -clicking untrustworthy links -downloading suspicious apps Install security software Make sure all software is up to date don't reply to fake emails don't download from unknown sites never email personal information HOW TO AVOID IT? HOW TO AVOID IT Enter safe mode and run a virus scanner System Restore and select Repair Computer Run a virus scanner from a USB drive Factory restore HOW TO GET IT? HOW TO GET RID OF IT PHISHING HOW DO YOU GET IT? TELEMARKETING a software made to damage or disable computers -don't click on links sent from unknown people -don't reply to messages asking for personal information disconnect your computer from the internet unless you're running security scans delete all temporary files run a scan with malware bytes that targets the malware run an anti-virus software HOW TO GET RID OF IT? -blocking foreign numbers -exiting out of suspicious activity HOW DO YOU GET IT? giving personal or financial information to unknown callers WHAT IS IT? HOW TO GET RID OF IT

Telemarketing

Transcript: Segmenting the calling group: (1) According to age, location, buying habits (2) Customers who abandoned their cart (3) Customers who canceled their order (4) Their wishlist (5) New Arrivals updates The Script YES Other ideas Hi, I'm __ calling from FV. Is Mrs/Ms __ there? Date of commencement : End of June No. of telemarketer : 2 + 1 Goals: -To provide an exceptional customer experience -To convert window shoppers to purchasers! -To collect customers data and understanding their needs NO We've noticed that you have an abandoned cart. Did you encounter any problems when checking out? THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR TIME & THANKS FOR SHOPPING WITH FASHIONVALET! YES Loyalty card like starbucks. the card needs to be stamped after a certain number to get their reward. But, to benefit them more, along the way, they'll be a smaller offer/promos. Pocket tissue advertising - it'll go straight to consumer's hands, besides, everyone needs a tissue! The "Strategy" Charity buka puasa with the less fortunate + Neelofa/other celebs NO May differ for each goal Example: Abandoned cart Parcel tracker app-like domino’s GPS tracker You are entitled to a __% off if you reorder your purchase by the end of today. There will be a weekly evaluation or progress meeting – to check on targets and identify if there’s any changes. TELEMARKETING Oh, I'm sorry! When would be a more convenient time to call? KPI OVERVIEW YES Do you have a few minutes to ask/to update you about FV? I'll be more than happy to help you out! Give greeting cards and include promotion/discounts/raya envelopes. Since we have a new super HD camera, maybe we can create videos. Giving away tips/ how to videos? Target Group Template Selling to customers: - easier as you don't need to convince them of FV's expertise and reputation. - give special offers for new and valuable customers so that they'll become active buyers. - reconnect and reactivate dormant customers - be personable so that they'll feel special and appreciated. Example: Listen to their tone and try to change their mood to one that is positive and easy to work with. Use reward points instead of cash for competitions

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Transcript: Real life stories To get their "customer" to say yes, telemarketers often rush their pitch and use phrases such as: "You've been specially selected." "You've won big money in a foreign lottery." -"You trust me right? "You have to make up your mind right now." By Adam, Katie & Jordan You are legally entitled to $500 Do not pay for any prize or send money to improve your chances of winning Woman from the DNC list An Ohio widow was scammed out of $240,000—her life savings-by 50 different telemarketers. A 92-year-old woman in California lost $180,000, then was conned out of $5,000 more attempting to get some of it back. Never give a caller your credit card or bank account number Telemarketing is when a person, not associated with a group or corporation, calls a"customer" in order to convince them of a product, that may or may not be real. Telemarketer Tricks! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDAKEdvq9_Y Video Telemarketing Scammed Woman 92% of adults in the United States reported receiving fraudulent telephone offers Consumers age 60 or older are often poplar targets of disreputable telemarketers In the 1990's when telemarketing fraud was at its peak, there was an estimated $40 billion losses from American Consumers What is it??? Protect yourself from fraud Always ask the telemarketer for the company's full name and address and a clear explanation of their offer Ask the caller to send you written material to review Ask to be put on their do not call list and to send you a copy of the list. They get one "oops" call once you're on the DNC list then you can sue them for every additional call for $500.

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