"OFFICIAL BUSINESS - IMPORTANT: Audit material enclosed."
That word "audit" just sets my teeth on edge, so naturally I opened the envelope. After all, you can't ignore an audit. So who was about to come audit me and for what?
"Receipt Verification Audit," read the heading at the top of the enclosed notification. It seems that my FREE subscription to Remodeling Magazine was about to expire, and they needed me to verify that I wanted to continue receiving this free subscription.
So I think I'll just ignore this warning. Since I began receiving their magazine without ever subscribing in the first place, I'm betting they continue sending it to me. And if they don't, I don't think I'll miss it.
This sort of reminds me of messages I've been getting lately on my answer machine.
"We've been trying to reach you, and this is your last chance to respond before your vehicle's warranty expires. To extend your vehicle's warranty, call 1-800-xxx-xxxx to speak to a representative."
We've had both of our vehicles for about 18 months, and they each have about 20,000 miles. The warranties expire at three years or 45,000 miles. At that point, the leases run out. I think I'll pass on returning that call.
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