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call center

A communications center that manages incoming and outgoing telephone calls with customers and clients. In health care, the center may help to manage appointments and messages or may provide patients with information about illnesses, health care resources, services provided, or self-management of disease.
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Could it be the banks are cherrypicking the lowest-risk customers and they want the State or taxpayers to take on all the risk?
If this is going to end up a cherrypicking exercise where Government is going to end up delivering less than Silk recommended, then it would be a huge missed opportunity.
Nicholl's had his fill of English sides cherrypicking the best kids for nominal payments and he's adamant they should be loaned back to Scottish clubs to progress in the SPL.
Although that might on the face of it seem excessive, why should Blues simply cave in and let a cherrypicking process begin, especially as winning promotion from the Championship depends on them keeping a nucleus of their best players?
Cllr Dave Antrobus, executive member for community safety, said: "People should always note down the number of the cab and contact the licensing office if they suspect a driver is cherrypicking.
While a raft of retailers (and former Iceland boss Malcolm Walker) may well be interested in cherrypicking Iceland's best stores, they are almost certainly not interested in the whole business, making a rival bid highly unlikely.
Naturally eclectic people have the knack of cherrypicking objects that are very different, yet harmonise rather than fighting each other.
And with banks still cherrypicking only the best prospects to lend to, you need to be smart and well prepared when you go looking for money.