Please let her subscription run out!

     Saturday’s mail brought us another Saturday Evening Post magazine that I didn’t ask for.  I’m glad it doesn’t come in my name because then I’d have to pay for it.  No, it comes in my Mil’s name.  No matter how many times we’ve sent cancellations in to them it still keep coming.

     I E-mailed them again tonight and got a quick electronic response.  I do wish the human element was as responsive.

What I sent…

Hi,
We’ve made many efforts to cancel my deceased mother-in-law’s subscription.  We’ve been trying to cancel this subscription since her death on 3/7/11.  Yet, here again yesterday another magazine showed up in our mailbox.  Take note people…

***insert her name here***

IS DECEASED!!!!

Stop sending the magazine and the damned renewal notices!!!!!

She never lived at the above address. When she went into the nursing home, we had her mail switched to our address for our convenience–we didn’t have to drive to her house every day in addition to going to the nursing home.

Sincerely,
M.W. Hauser daughter-in-law and disgruntled writer who is not thrilled with your nonsense

What they sent:

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for contacting The Saturday Evening Post customer service team.

Your e-mail message has been assigned to one of our representatives who will address your inquiry/request and get back to you as soon as possible.

We appreciate your business.

Sincerely,
The Saturday Evening Post Customer Service

My reply:

Dear SEP Customer Service,

I’ve been on this merry-go-round before.

Sincerely,
MW Hauser, disgruntled daughter-in-law and writer who loves to blog about these situations…

About doggonedmysteries

Agented Mystery Writer, Bull Terrier owner--I have one at the present time, Avid gardener.

Posted on February 27, 2012, in My blog and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. LMAO!!!! That has to be the best quitsendingmeyourchitandtryingtobillmeforsomethingIdon’twant response I’ve seen yet to date.

    LOL! TY!

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