November 14, 2008
When They Harass You For Money.
I love it when people pronounce it “Harris”, like it’s a dude’s name.
Makes it sound like a dirty word. Like I’m going to give you a good “Rogering”. I’m going to “Harris” you until you pay. No?
Okay, moving on then, so here’s – wait! No seriously, don’t you find that funny? Harris? Harris? Not funny?
Alright fine… it’s just me then.
Anyhoo, in the spirit of the spider for money email, here is something along a similar vibe, with more of a local flavour, and involves clothing chain Truworths.
Apparently this is quite old, but we’re bringing it back, retro style, because that is how I roll.
Letter To Truworths From S.Malambo
Next time you get a letter to pay your debts from your creditors, be sure to remember S.Malambo’s letter.
Letter To Truworths
I acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 1 May in which for the third time, you request that I pay the monies owed to you. I first want you to know that by no means do I dispute my debt and I intend to reimburse you as soon as possible.
However, I bring to your attention that I have many more creditors, quite as honourable as you, and whom I wish to reimburse too. That is why, each month, I throw all the names of my creditors into a hat and draw one randomly whom I hasten to refund immediately. I hope that yours will come out shortly.
PS: I have great regret in informing you that given the unceremonious tone of your last letter, you will not be taking part in the next three draws.
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