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Dear Mr Tobes,

 

We refer to your request that we should write to you in respect of your account

 

Whereas we much prefer to discuss matters, we will accommodare your request, provided that you diligently cooperate with us.

 

If you do not, we will revert to telephoning any number that is available to us.

 

blah blah blah

 

We do not wish to sound harsh, if we do not hear from you within 10 days, our telephone procedure will be recommenced.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Mr poopoohead

 

 

Any thoughts?

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What? Rubbish, I would write back saying that you will refuse to co-operate if this is the case!

 

What fools! Im sure somewhere there is an law saying they cannot call you if you request so.:-x

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What? Rubbish, I would write back saying that you will refuse to co-operate if this is the case!

 

What fools! Im sure somewhere there is an law saying they cannot call you if you request so.:-x

 

Yes the Wireless & Telegraphy Act I believe. It has been covered elsewhere on the forum, so a search should find it.


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Whereas we much prefer to discuss matters, we will accommodare your request, provided that you diligently cooperate with us. If you do not, we will revert to telephoning any number that is available to us.

 

blah blah blah

 

We do not wish to sound harsh, if we do not hear from you within 10 days, our telephone procedure will be recommenced.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Mr poopoohead

 

Dear Mr Poopoohead,

 

last time I checked by referencing the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, discussion was an examination by argument, written or spoken. I am therefore reassured, if somewhat non-plussed, that you intend to accommodate my request to discuss my account by communicating in the written form. I trust that you will diligently continue to demonstrate a sound command of the english language in all your future correspondence.

 

I do not wish to sound harsh, but if I feel at any point you have reneged on your responsibilty to communicate with me in this matter I will be forced to report you to the necessary authorities for breach of the Wireless Telgraphy Act 1998, and FSA regulations regarding communicating with customers.

 

Yours with regards,

 

Mr Tobes.


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Lovely!!! LOL!

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Dear Mr Poopoohead,

 

last time I checked by referencing the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, discussion was an examination by argument, written or spoken. I am therefore reassured, if somewhat non-plussed, that you intend to accommodate my request to discuss my account by communicating in the written form. I trust that you will diligently continue to demonstrate a sound command of the english language in all your future correspondence.

 

I do not wish to sound harsh, but if I feel at any point you have reneged on your responsibilty to communicate with me in this matter I will be forced to report you to the necessary authorities for breach of the Wireless Telgraphy Act 1998, and FSA regulations regarding communicating with customers.

 

Yours with regards,

 

Mr Tobes.

 

hehe bravissimo :D

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Can someone point me to the relevant section of the act? I can't seem to find it in the copy of the act here - http://www.opsi.gov.uk/ACTS/acts1998/1998006.htm and I'm probably just being thick.

 

I can't wait to use this against GE Money - average of 17 calls a day.:-x


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Dear Mr Poopoohead,

 

last time I checked by referencing the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, discussion was an examination by argument, written or spoken. I am therefore reassured, if somewhat non-plussed, that you intend to accommodate my request to discuss my account by communicating in the written form. I trust that you will diligently continue to demonstrate a sound command of the english language in all your future correspondence.

 

I do not wish to sound harsh, but if I feel at any point you have reneged on your responsibilty to communicate with me in this matter I will be forced to report you to the necessary authorities for breach of the Wireless Telgraphy Act 1998, and FSA regulations regarding communicating with customers.

 

Yours with regards,

 

Mr Tobes.

 

Nice;)


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