I work for the American Red Cross, Hosting a Blood Drive at Geico. The sponsor at the blood drive was not very professional and quite rude. Being a Geico policy holder. I called the 1800 number, and identify myself as a Geico policy holder and that I did not like the type of aptitude from the individual. She ended up putting two to two together and assumed it was me. She called my work and stated that some Male called the 800 number and complained about her. I did not give a name nor address myself as a Red Cross employer. She told my boss that she can get access to the tape recorded conversation and she can identify the person. I feel I have the right as a customer to complain and by her attacking my job and providing my boss with a third party information is against my privacy.
Yes I did work with at her at the event. The complaint wasn't towards her running of the event. But her personality as a whole. I stated on the complaint that didn't what to deal with her over the phone by the way she acts.
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