Saturday, January 7, 2012

To Whom It May Concern

Ever wish you could close off your emotions and treat matters of the heart as a business deal and transaction? Here's a business response to an emotional letter...

Dear Sir,

It is with a heavy heart that I feel the need to write this letter. While I have gladly consumed and previously enjoyed the experiences your product has supplied me, I must ask that you now refrain from sending any future communications about said product. While I have tried to unsubscribe multiple times from your database, it seems that your computer system has not effectively deleted my information and/or account history As stated previously, I wish to no longer be in contact with your firm as I no longer use your product, and may be forced to seek higher action if your harassment continues.

Your lack of ability to meet substantial terms of our verbal contract have deeply saddened me and forced me to take evasive action, boycotting you, your company and any products you may pedal. Your product deceived, and emotionally damaged many consumers in your effort to line your emotional pockets, and I advise you to remove your faulty product from the market so no others will be harmed by it. Hopefully, this strongly written letter will provide you with enough feedback to encourage you to look past your own needs, and to look out for the average consumer you may encounter. 

In addition, advertisements stating that you have strengthened and improved your product will go unresponded to as this consumer no longer believes in your defective product. Sadly, I have lost all faith in your manufacturing abilities and any statements of being able to repair the damages and wrongs done throughout this business-consumer relationship. Incentives and gifts will not persuade me to change my mind about your product, and I believe your offers are in direct violation of the FDA enticement regulations.

In closing, please cease all communications and remove my email address from your databases as again, I wish to no longer receive any advertisements about you or your product. I will be reporting you to the Better Business Bureau and encouraging others to do the same.

Sincerely -

An Unsatisfied Customer

  

2 comments:

  1. AWE HELL YEAH!!! Now that is what I call a high impact business KISS-OFF!Hope the knuckle dragger gets the message. Keep strong girl!
    B-Rob's got yo back!!! >:-(

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  2. Thanks B-Rob! You may have to smack me around once in awhile, but for the most part, I'm on the right path!!!

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