Regrettably, I won't be sending you the $75, and really don't give care if you remove my name.
I'm sure this hurts your feelings, so I'd like to explain why I'm not sending you any money.
1. I never signed up for your directory in the first place. In fact, your letter asking me to renew was the first I'd heard of you.
2. Most companies take credit cards for payment. The fact that you only accept 2 methods of payment is a little alarming. One was for me to do a direct bank-to-bank transfer, and your letter included your bank name, account number, and routing information. This is not a typical way to pay for a medical listing.
3. The other way you accept payment is for me to send a cashier's check to an address in Bucharest, Romania. Nice try.
4. Your math was somewhat concerning, as the letter says that for $75 I get "1 year + 3 FREE months! That's 18 months for only $75." Granted, maybe you use a different calendar than I do.
5. You spelled "doctor" as "docter."
6. You didn't spell my name correctly. Or my street name for that matter. Or even my fucking city. This does not give me a lot of confidence in your ability to provide an accurate listing for my $75.
7. Lastly, as if the above weren't big enough concerns, I was still curious to look at the website listed on your letter. I was suitably impressed to see that it:
- Had nothing on it mentioning a doctor locating service.
- The first link featured said "MEET BEAUTIFUL RUSSIAN GIRLS!"
- The second link was for an online Viagra pharmacy (maybe useful if you click on the first link).
- The third link said "This domain name is for sale! Click here to buy it."
Ibee Grumpy, M.D.