Thursday night conference call with Richard Cornforth

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by cap1sucks, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. cap1sucks

    cap1sucks Well-Known Member

    Tomorrow, Thursday night, December 18th we will be holding a conference call with Richard Cornforth. The call will start at 7:00 P.M. central time and will last until 9:00 P.M. This is a free call with no charge or obligation except that which your telephone company might charge you for long distance. Nobody will attempt to sell you anything nor attempt to get you to do or not do anything. It is strictly for informational purposes.

    The call will be an actual meeting of Richard Cornforth's J~accuse group with Richard Cornforth presiding. Callers attending the meeting via the conference call instead of actually attending the meeting will be asked to follow the format of the meeting and not attempt to hold conversations with other callers. All questions will be directed to Richard Cornforth and he will be the only one answering questions. Please use *6 to mute yourself until the time comes to allow people to ask questions. When you ask questions please identify yourself by first name only and tell us what state and city you are from.

    Richard usually starts each bimonthly meeting off with a lesson about something or other often about IRS or debt collection. Please listen quietly until the moderator opens the floor to questions then you can feel free to jump in and ask questions.

    The meeting will start promptly at 7:00 P.M. and will be set up a couple of minutes prior to the start of the meeting by the moderator.

    Richard Cornforth is a nationally known public speaker and travels extensively giving seminars in many cities each year.

    The call in number and pin is:. 1-712-432-1601 Pin is 508548#
  2. jlynn

    jlynn Well-Known Member

    Is this Creditwrench?
  3. cap1sucks

    cap1sucks Well-Known Member

    No. If you click on the link you will see who Richard Cornforth is and what he does. He writes books, publishes them and does seminars to sell his books. I don't think creditwrench has ever written any books. I just did a Google search for the tool and Cornforth didn't show up anywhere.

    I found out about the conference call using - Stay update on the information that matters which gives me a notification when any topic of interest is discussed anywhere on the internet. It delivers the notification through RSS within 30 seconds of the publication of any article anywhere. It uses tags and tag clouds as well as RSS. is brand new and you must have an invite to join it. I got the invite a couple of weeks ago because one of the feeds I subscribe to is which is a web site that puts out stories about new startups on the net. There are probably at least a dozen sites out there like mashable. All of them have RSS feeds.

    That's the way I keep up with what is going on here too. Creditnet doesn't have an RSS feed so I just made one up for it. That's easy to do too. If a message board or a web site don't have an RSS feed I just set one up for it. Anybody can keep up with everything that is going on the same way I do. Its not even hard to do. As I've said before, keeping up with hundreds of feeds isn't hard either if you use Thunderbird. I can do all of them in about 10 to 15 minutes.
  4. jlynn

    jlynn Well-Known Member

    Well ok, but your 1st post shows up verbatim on the tool's website.
  5. cap1sucks

    cap1sucks Well-Known Member

    He has been known to copy from other web sites and forums before. Nothing new about that. Seldom gives credit for where he got it either.

    Anyway creditwrench was not the subject of the post so why are you bringing him into it?

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