I got an email today from the wonderful CCL Computers (that sounds more sarcastic than it actually is – they are a great company!) as a hard drive I bought from them failed during it’s warranty period. The drive turned out to be discontinued and so I was asked to find a suitable replacement around a similar price, which I did, and replied to their email.
This morning I had this in my inbox:
Thank you for your reply.
Your order xxxxxxxxx has now been amended for the HDD0133. All been well will be despatched this evening for delivery on Monday/Tuesday of next week. Could you please ensure that they will be someone their too accept and sign for the goods.
If you require any further help or assistance please do not hesitate too contact us back by return of mail.
CCL Returns Department.
There are, technically, no spelling mistakes in there; so well done in that sense! However, I count 5 grammatical errors where the wrong word has been used. For someone speaking on behalf of a big company you’d think they would at least try and give a good impression!
I honestly wouldn’t normally nit-pick to this degree but 5 errors in such a short email did make me laugh!