Question about Nissan Pickup
First I would recommend some lessons in spelling, grammar and punctuation. For instance, you do not want to "right" to them, you want to write to them. It is also not "there" credit you would like to write to them about, it is their credit. When you are talking about yourself, the letter "I" is always capitalized. You have to tell them "I want you to pay" not "i want you to pay". Why would you want to make yourself look puny when you are demanding what you have coming to you? As a last thought, end your sentences with a period. You do not want to tell them to pay you with an open clause at the end with no punctuation. You want to tell them "I want the pay that you owe me (PERIOD)".
Posted on May 19, 2011
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