I use it for Advertising. Well, I don't use my own, and use an online system and fax 1,000 faxes a day Monday to Friday. Cost about $325 per month for the lines, and a few hundred for the numbers, plus a manditory 800 so businesses can request to be removed. It's the law and you have to have the 800 number, plus remove them within 30 days or you pay a $1,000 fine per complaint.
Oh yea, and I get a lot of death threats.
hahahaha That's hilarious! Thanks for the laugh!Damn... I was just about to send you one. Now it just seems cliche.
I use it to throw around the room when I'm frustrated at breaking thread (I embroider) or when something isn't aligned properly, or when a customer has ticked me off. Or just for general stress relief.I see that some wholesalers want you to fill out
their sign up paperwork and fax it to them but
is their still any real demand for it and if so what
are you using it for?
I despise faxing, and will not do business with anyone that requires it. Come on people, it's a new millenium..Also, many businesses don't allow their customer reps email so a fax works so that everyone can receive the documents.
Like Jane said, I have a vonage phone line and just switch over my main line to send a fax and receive a fax
So its not a problem to send anything.
That's what I tried, I get a dial tone, I dial the number, then it just disconnects. I tried 4 different fax numbers just to make sure but it just won't connect. It could be the fax as they have instructions for turning off a certain feature but I could not find that on my machine.Katrina-
I am sure if you just plug in the fax line like you do with the phone line it should work.. that's how we use our voip line.. we use the same number