Always just a little late to the party
January 7, 2013 § 9 Comments
Tagged: Drama Queens, Invoices, Renewals, Scientific American, Subscriptions
Although technically not required in memo form, it might have been nice had Mr. Eldridge at least written: “Yours truly.”
I know, right???
This is great. Honestly, I should write more letters to customer service. Or at least blog them the letters like this, since I have no idea if my letter will ever make it to anyone who can influence change.
Thanks for the props, and for stopping by! I’ll certainly be tweeting this letter for the next few days, and sending it via snail mail as well. Effecting change would be GREAT, but I really wrote this to blow off steam.
I couldn’t believe this was a real letter. How obnoxious! Love your response.
I know!!! Thanks, Estelle!
I love this. I really enjoying sending letters to companies who have transgressed in some way. My favourite is still my insurance company who informed me that as there were no witnesses to the woman who cut me up on a roundabout, causing us to collide, they would have to accept her version and make me pay for the damages. I did enjoy pointing out that not only did her version of events place us on a different roundabout to the actual location, in order to cause the damage she alleged, I would have had to drive straight over the centre of the roundabout taking careful aim at the front of her car, which would have likely been noticed in rush hour.
I didn’t have to pay!
Oh, that is an excellent story, indeed! Glad the good guy won! Thank you so much for reading and commenting.
I was holding back tears because of how hard I was laughing. Your response was excellent! I unfortunately have a difficult time controlling my anger and I would’ve never been able to reply in manner such as you did. It was awesome!
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