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LivingSocial
Consumer Advocate was asked...January 23, 2013

Can you instruct someone how to make an origami "cootie catcher" with just words?

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Step one: find a 7 year old girl. Step Two: ask them.

If I were capable of making something called a 'cootie catcher' out of paper, I would be a millionaire selling it to college fraternities. Less

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Sedgwick Claims Management Services

How did I hear about the company?

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I heard about it on Glassdoor.

LiveRamp

Tell me why you want to work for LiveRamp in this role...

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The company and this role are centered on integrity and transparency, which reflect my core values. I saw a need I knew I could address to benefit the company and their clients, since my whole career has been that of client focused teaching and relations. In addition, the company culture is unparalleled, and I believe I would enhance it. Less

LivingSocial

Most of the questions were getting to know me, and my background. Tell me about your best & worst customer service experience ever.

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I explained a company that's customer service always went above and beyond-- and how it made me a return customer, and a promoter! I also explained an experience that unfortunately made me write a poor yelp review and never returned to that store again. Less

HealthSherpa

Why do you want to work for us?

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I like helping people, giving them guidance and providing education.

Anthem

why was the sewer lid circular?

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I don't know that I've ever questioned that, so I will have to research it afterward and follow up with my answer if you don't mind. Less

Zillow

Tell me about yourself ?

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I provided details .

ConsumerAffairs

Where do you see yourself in 5-10 years? Describe a time when you have had to think on your feet and make a quick decision.

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I answered the first question in an honest way even though I was unsure of the actual answer. Being younger, I was apprehensive about answering that question since I am still unsure of what exactly I want to do but it was perceived well and I was happy with being vulnerable and honest. I answered the second situation describing a time when I was in charge of leading and directing an event and circumstances were changing last minute and I needed to respond instead of react to what was going on. Less

CALPIRG

If you were trying to build a campaign around a topic, like childhood obesity, for example, how would you start?

ConsumerAffairs

Several questions were situational. You were given a "What if..." and were to respond with what you did or would do in that situation.

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