Is that a game?

@alpha7 (1910)
France
March 20, 2010 6:01am CST
A man who worked in faith and lived all his life confessing the positive every day,once sent some documents through a registered mail,and a tracking number was issued to him.After 24 hours,he tracked the mail and saw that it was already delivered to the office.However, when he called the said office,they denied receiving it,though the tracking read that the mail has been delivered and it was actually signed for.After a while,the company that sent the mail came in to the situation and promised to send a proof of delivery,but he waited for another week, but the said proof did not come.Would you rather join the group of people who think such a practise is a game, or do you think the company did not respect the contract signed with you to deliver the said document,or do you think this Office should be held responsible for this missing documents?Your contribution will be appreciated.
2 responses
@phoenix8606 (4977)
20 Mar 10
wel, I think that the company should be held responsible for that, because actually the man has no fault about that what has happened!
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@alpha7 (1910)
• France
20 Mar 10
You are right,such a company could loss their reputation as well.So,the person who sent the mail nor the Office who were expected to receive the mail are not to be held responsible!Thanks for your contribution.
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@phoenix8606 (4977)
20 Mar 10
well, I think that the Office should be held responsible for that what has happened because the man actually hasn't got any fault about it!