|1) Risk Management by the Leader
Receptionists and tellers should confirm and
record the visitors’ names and number and
report to the representatives and take them
to a specified reception room.
|2) Confirming the identity and business
of the visitor
Relax and confirm the visitors’ name, address,
affiliation, and phone number and their specific
business. If the visitor is a substitute, remember
to confirm the letter of attorney.
|3) Specifying a venue for reception
Choose a location where help can be called
swiftly and responses can be made with ease of
mind (a reception room in your office). Do not go
to an office or place specified by Boryokudan.
|4) Number of responders
One way to overwhelm Boryokudan can be
to respond to the visitor with greater
Pre-designate each person’s role.
|5) Limiting Time of Response
If the time of response is too long, one could be
forced into the pace of Boryokudan. The time of
response should be clearly pre-specified e.g.
“We have a meeting from so and so time so
we must finish talking by so and so time”.
|6) Being careful with words
Boryokudan will force a confrontation to make
individuals say the wrong things or use their
words to advantage. Never say “I’m sorry”
“We will discuss” or “We will think about it”.
|7) Do not draft, sign, or stamp documents
Boryokudan may say “We will forgive if you write
a document” in memorandum or apology, but
they will demand compensation in cash or kind at
a later date on the basis of such documents.
They may also use the name of a charity or
other social activities so never sign or stamp.
|8) Never reply immediately or sign a contract
Response to Boryokudan should be done as a
group, do not immediately give into their demands
or sign contracts. Boryokudan members think
that the chance is before company policy is
decided so will push for an immediate answer.
|9) Do not allow business owners and those
with decision making powers respond
If the decision makers respond directly,
Boryokudan will demand an immediate answer and
from the next meeting demand to meet the same
representatives every time.
|10) Do not serve tea
Serving tea is a sign of accepting the presence
of Boryokudan. The cups may also be used as
projectiles for threats. They are not guests so
serving tea is not necessary.
|11) Record all responses
The content of phone calls and meetings can be
used for criminal investigations and legal
directives so make the visitor aware and keep
notes, recordings, and video.
|12) Do not lose the opportunity to report
Avert needless trouble and prevent damages and
incidents by routinely contacting police and
Centers for the Elimination of Boryokudan.