Project 200?

Oct 16, 2007

  1. kgeorge617
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    Hi everyone. I have found these forums to be very helpful.

    If a company wants you to do a project 200 before they will hire you, do you need to actually know the people or can you pick a group of people, look their phone numbers up and use them? Im a little confused.

    Any clarification would be appreciated.

    Thanks.
     
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    I would imagine that very few people have 200 friends or family to list on that form. If you have a name and phone number of someone to call, that should be OK.

    Heck, when I did mine many years ago, I ended up putting in names of baseball players since I ran out of people I knew.

    Dick Allen, Steve Carlton, Rick Wise, Larry Bowa...
     
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    Thanks. Do I need an address to maybe. And also, do you know how I would check to see if they are on the do not call registry?
     
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    Your new employer will be able to check your list for do-not-call compliance. Addresses would probably be helpful in case you send out a mailer.
     
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