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* UnfortunateNames: '''''Peggy?!''''' Not that he has any problem with his name. There's a fan theory that his name is actually "Пэги", which is pronounced "Pegi" in English but is a masculine name in Russian. Bobby Bowden is the only caller who doesn't bat an eye to Peggy's name.[note]The more probable explanation is that this is a parody of real-life phone banks that give their operators English names despite being from countries where English isn't the first language.[/note]

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* UnfortunateNames: '''''Peggy?!''''' Not that he has any problem with his name. There's a fan theory that his name is actually "Пэги", which is pronounced "Pegi" in English but is a masculine name in Russian. Bobby Bowden is the only caller who doesn't bat an eye to Peggy's name.[note]The [[note]]The more probable explanation is that this is a parody of real-life phone banks that give their operators English names despite being from countries where English isn't the first language.[/note][[/note]]


* UnfortunateNames: '''''Peggy?!''''' Not that he has any problem with his name. There's a fan theory that his name is actually "Пэги", which is pronounced "Pegi" in English but is a masculine name in Russian. Bobby Bowden is the only caller who doesn't bat an eye to Peggy's name.

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* UnfortunateNames: '''''Peggy?!''''' Not that he has any problem with his name. There's a fan theory that his name is actually "Пэги", which is pronounced "Pegi" in English but is a masculine name in Russian. Bobby Bowden is the only caller who doesn't bat an eye to Peggy's name.[note]The more probable explanation is that this is a parody of real-life phone banks that give their operators English names despite being from countries where English isn't the first language.[/note]

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* NonAnswer: In one ad, a customer tells Peggy that he got a letter saying that his card now has a $35 annual fee. "Yes?" replies Peggy. The customer continues, asking Peggy to tell him that it's a mistake. "Yes?" says Peggy again.
-->'''Customer''': Are you saying yes, or are you asking yes?
-->'''Peggy''': Yes?
-->'''Customer''': Peggy?
-->'''Peggy''': (''hangs up'')

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* BiggerOnTheInside: The shack USA Prime Credit is based in is a lot roomier than its exterior suggests.

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* {{Facepalm}}: "Transfer" ends with the caller standing bent over a planter, her face buried in her hands in frustration.


* RidiculouslyLongPhoneHold: * Advertising/{{Peggy}} of the Discovery Car advertisements was a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WIwxQjvfFI master of this]].

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* RidiculouslyLongPhoneHold: * Advertising/{{Peggy}} of the Discovery Car advertisements Peggy was a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WIwxQjvfFI master of this]].


Peggy is played by [[http://www.petrut.biz/ Tudor Petrut]], an actor and writer who also works as a high school algebra teacher.

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Peggy is played by [[http://www.[[http://web.archive.org/web/20130602000334/http://www.petrut.biz/ Tudor Petrut]], an actor and writer who also works as a high school algebra teacher.


* BilingualBonus: The openingg of the "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WIwxQjvfFI Please Hold]]" commercial has Peggy speaking in rapid-fire Romanian. He is apparently saying something along the lines of "te cauta pe tine nenicule", which translates roughly to "is looking/calling for you, dude."

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* BilingualBonus: The openingg opening of the "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WIwxQjvfFI Please Hold]]" commercial has Peggy speaking in rapid-fire Romanian. He is apparently saying something along the lines of "te cauta pe tine nenicule", which translates roughly to "is looking/calling for you, dude."

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* BilingualBonus: The openingg of the "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WIwxQjvfFI Please Hold]]" commercial has Peggy speaking in rapid-fire Romanian. He is apparently saying something along the lines of "te cauta pe tine nenicule", which translates roughly to "is looking/calling for you, dude."


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* RidiculouslyLongPhoneHold: * Advertising/{{Peggy}} of the Discovery Car advertisements was a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WIwxQjvfFI master of this]].
-->'''Customer''': I've been waiting for fifteen minutes for someone to pick up.
-->'''Peggy''': You're tenacious like bull. I like. Please hold.
-->'''Customer''': No, no, no! Peg--!
-->'''Peggy''': (''staring at a bank of ringing phones'') So pretty.


* FailOSuckyName: '''''Peggy?!''''' Not that he has any problem with his name.
** There's a fan theory that his name is actually "Пэги", which is pronounced "Pegi" in English but is a masculine name in Russian.
** Bobby Bowden is the only caller who doesn't bat an eye to Peggy's name.


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* UnfortunateNames: '''''Peggy?!''''' Not that he has any problem with his name. There's a fan theory that his name is actually "Пэги", which is pronounced "Pegi" in English but is a masculine name in Russian. Bobby Bowden is the only caller who doesn't bat an eye to Peggy's name.


--> '''Holtz:''' Lost my card, need a replacement sent to my hotel tomorrow.
--> '''Peggy:''' One month.
--> '''Holtz:''' Let's try this again, do you believe in yourself?
--> '''Peggy:''' Yes.
--> '''Holtz:''' I believe in you too...Now get out there and replace my card!
--> '''Peggy:''' You inspire me! Three weeks.
--> '''Holtz:''' ''(frustated)'' Okay, let's start over.

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--> '''Holtz:''' Lost my card, need a replacement sent to my hotel tomorrow.
--> '''Peggy:'''
''tomorrow''.
-->'''Peggy:'''
One month.
--> '''Holtz:''' -->'''Holtz:''' Let's try this again, do again. Do you believe in yourself?
--> '''Peggy:''' -->'''Peggy:''' Yes.
--> '''Holtz:''' -->'''Holtz:''' I believe in you too...too, Peggy. And you can be my go-to guy, or girl. Now stand tall and get out there and replace my card!
--> '''Peggy:''' -->'''Peggy:''' You inspire me! Three weeks.
--> '''Holtz:''' ''(frustated)'' -->'''Holtz:''' ''(frustrated)'' Okay, let's start over.



** Bobby Bowden is the only caller who doesn't bat an eye to Peggy's name.



* [[OperatorFromIndia Operator From Siberia]]: Peggy again.

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* [[OperatorFromIndia Operator From Siberia]]: OperatorFromIndia: Peggy again.again; however, he is from Siberia, not India.


** There's a fan theory that his name is actually "Пэги", pronounced "Pegi", which is a masculine name in Russian.

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** There's a fan theory that his name is actually "Пэги", which is pronounced "Pegi", which "Pegi" in English but is a masculine name in Russian.


** There's a fan theory that his name is actually "Пэги", pronounced "Pegi", which is a masculine name in Russian.



* ForInconveniencePressOne

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* ForInconveniencePressOneForInconveniencePressOne: A Double Subversion. He's not any more helpful than the computers.


* TheWoobie: People that have to deal with him.


USA Prime Credit has an [[http://www.usaprimecredit.com/ official website]], but it is always broken.

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USA Prime Credit has had an [[http://www.usaprimecredit.com/ official website]], but it is was always broken.
broken. As of at least May, 2014, it seems to be ''really'' broken, though you can still find it at the [[http://web.archive.org/web/20121229174700/http://www.usaprimecredit.com/ Internet Archive]].

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