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expected. Maybe it was a pair of jeans with a rip in a seam that you
didn’t find until you got home or a watch that broke a week after
you bought it. Or maybe your family hired a lawn service to do
some yard work—and no one from the company showed up on
the day promised; and when the gardeners finally appeared, they
did not do what they’d been hired for but did other things that
wound up damaging valuable plants.
Your task: Choose such an incident from your own experience,
and write a claim letter asking for a refund, repair, replacement, or
other adjustment. You’ll need to include all the details of the
transaction, plus your contact address and phone number. If you
can’t think of such an experience, make up details for an imaginary situation. If your experience is real, you might want to mail
the letter. The reply you receive will provide a good test of your
claim-writing skills. E-Mail
7. A juicy position: E-mail requesting information about careers...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2013 for the course ECON 830 taught by Professor Shahlasultaova during the Fall '12 term at Khazar University.
- Fall '12