Dear Major Corporation

Thank you for being so understanding when I told you I need to discontinue your service for a cheaper provider. And thank you, Customer Service Rep named Gina, for not laughing at me outright when I blurted out that I would rather have slower Internet than lose even ONE of my cable channels.

Sorry this didn’t work out but DAMN you are expensive and raising my bill $15 a month is not helping matters. To prove this, I will enclose a video of my left eye that has been nervously twitching since January.

Sincerely,

Judi

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Dear New Service Provider,

Thank you for not laughing at me when you asked me for my password and I told you what it was. I never actually had to say my password out loud before ever and HAD I KNOWN I MIGHT, I would NOT have chosen a character from Lord of the Rings SWEET JESUS.

I could hear the laughter in your voice but I appreciate you not making a comment about it. I’m so relieved that I don’t even care that you turned out to NOT be the person I needed to speak to in the first place (this new relationship isn’t starting out so well, is it?)

Sincerely,
Judi

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One Response to Dear Major Corporation

  1. Gina says:

    found your page through Coco+Kelley and so glad I did. About your above letter I am a Gina who will be sending a letter to major cable company about possibly changing since they keep on hiking my bill up. Very sneaky!
    Thank you for the lovely visuals. I will have to share the Orient Express post with my mother she loves traveling via train.
    Choo, choo, for now.

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