I typed this letter up in a hurry yesterday. I thought it was precise, to the point, and looked kind of professional for this SAHM!!!
"Our original bid (which is attached) was for 14 buckles, where, in the letter, you were going to donate one to our orginization if we accepted your bid. M, had talked to J. about ordering a total of 26 where he then told her that he would donate one more buckle to our organization.
M. spoke with J. on the 19th of April. After their conversation I had the total amount due as $XXXX.
Would you please check into this and verify?
I sent a CC to M to let her know what was going on and this is what I got back from her....
"Hey - you must be stressing like crazy again - I wish you would have just asked me to call or email T - your email was a little accusatory. It'll be fine - J and T would NEVER go back on their word - we'll have the buckles tomorrow and she will adjust the bill - not even worried about it - I'm sure she just spaced it since I called her looking for an invoice - she did it so quickly probably not even thinking."
the part that gets me is I dont see where I got a "little accusatory"!!! Or even accused them of going back on their word?
I am totally exhausted, but I just dont see it.
Then she wrote this to the people
"T - please accept my apologies for the previous email from Kristi. I think she was stressing since our show is so close.
Thanks a million for the buckles - I can't wait to see them - I know they will be beautiful! Yes - you can just send them to my address - Kristi and I are neighbors.
And if you don't mind adjusting the invoice to show that we owe for 24 since J said he'd donate 2, that would be awesome and we'll make sure you get a check soon!
I hope to be able to order more than 26 buckles for state fair! Thanks a million! We really appreciate y'all!"
So anyway how did my first letter sound? I am so not seeing anything wrong or am I just so tired my brain isnt fuctioning.......well it isnt to begin with!!!!